50 Cent Says "Street King Immortal" Will Be "Way More Personal" Than "Animal Ambition"
50 Cent says "Animal Ambition" will transition seamlessly into "Street King Immortal."
50 Cent, who is preparing for the June release of his upcoming album Animal Ambition, says this album will transition well into his next project, Street King Immortal.
"It'll be seamless," 50 Cent says in an interview with Complex. "It's gonna ride right into it. Street King Immortal is more personal. It's way more personal than this record. Of course this one is about a portion of my actual experience, but that one is...I talk about things that I haven't talked about."
Animal Ambition is a concept album of sorts, 50 Cent says, one he discussed after talking about his debut album, Get Rich Or Die Tryin'.
"The first record is everything and then you start to write different pieces, moments and highlights of things that are important for you," 50 Cent says. "This project, I had to search for a concept, a really good concept, in my perspective, and that was prosperity. I outlined all the things that would be a part of prosperity, positive and negative [for Animal Ambition]."
Animal Ambition marks 50 Cent's first album release since his departure from Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records in February. Animal Ambition is set to feature Jadakiss, Prodigy and Styles P, among others.