50 Cent has hit a snag in the release of his album Street King Immortal. In an interview with MTV News, the G-Unit leadr said that the LP, which was initially scheduled to be released on February 26th, has now been held back to Spring after a staff change over at Interscope Records.
“Street King Immortal, this Spring, because I’m waiting for – actually, it’s the system,” said Fif. “It’s a lot of adjustments being made there. Obviously Christmas, I think 35 people got let go. So it’s interesting. It’s a shift in whose responsibilities are what. So I’m confident they’ll put it together.”
The rapper has already dropped the lead single “My Life” featuring Eminem and Adam Levine, and has plans to bring out the video for “Major Distribution” featuring Snoop Dogg and Young Jeezy soon.