Rapper 50 Cent is blaming the delay of his fifth album Street King Immortal on changes at his record label. The album was scheduled to hit stores last year, but has been pushed back several times.
50 tells MTV News staffing changes at Interscope Records have led to the record's postponement. He says there have been many different people "moving in and moving out," and that he'll wait until everyone gets settled to move forward with the album.
He doesn't seem to mind the delay and isn't in a rush to put out a new record. He explains that he wants the record to "be right," adding that he's "not doing it without a plan."
While 50 Cent hasn't settled on a release date for Street King Immortal, it is expected to arrive later this year.
50 was recently charged with domestic violence and vandalism for an alleged altercation with a former girlfriend.
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