50 Cent Says ScHoolboy Q Collaboration Slated For "Animal Ambition"
Weeks after the release of "Oxymoron," 50 Cent says his collab with ScHoolboy Q will now appear on "Animal Ambition."
It appears that the 50 Cent and ScHoolboy Q collaboration, which was initially intended for placement on Q’s Oxymoron album, but didn’t make the final cut, will now appear on 50 Cent’s upcoming album, Animal Ambition.
According to HotNewHipHop.com, 50 revealed the news to German website HipHop.de this week, but didn’t share any details on what the record will be titled or whether the song will appear on the deluxe or standard edition of his album.
“You will have a chance to hear the material with Q on Animal Ambition, that had not made it onto Oxymoron,” 50 Cent said.
Roughly one week after 50 Cent revealed that he would be on Oxymoron in a post made on Instagram in February, ScHoolboy Q informed fans that the Queens rapper would not be on the album.
“Yeah, man. Damn, man. I’m embarrassed for the nigga,” ScHoolboy Q said during an interview with Hot 97. “Like he’s not on my album…We cut a record, but I mean and plus he support me. Maybe he just wanted to support. You know what I mean?”
Other confirmed guest features on Animal Ambition include Prodigy, Styles P, Kidd Kidd, and Jadakiss.
Animal Ambition, which will serve as 50 Cent’s first studio release since his departure from Interscope Records, is scheduled for release on June 3.