In the last several weeks 50 Cent has dropped 14 bangers. The crazy part is, he's just getting warmed up.
While the name of the next album is not set in stone, it's safe to say 50 is working hard on it.
It's a good time for fans to start guessing at who might be on the star's 5th official studio album (not counting 'Power Of A Dollar').
Based on his past track record, 50 has kept his recording circle nice and small. Outside of Robin Thicke, Nate Dogg, Akon and Justin Timberlake on hooks, the contributors have mostly been Eminem, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo.
The fact that 50 has hopped on more than a few remixes recently, added to his own output, plus the smoking hot collaboration with Jadakiss leads one to believe we might see a surprise or two on the new cd.
50 has shown throughout his career he doesn't need to depend on collaborations to make hits, so it will be interesting to hear the end result.
So the question is, who would you like to see on 50's new album? Could be a band, singer or rapper, throw out a few ideas.
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