Although the three major members of G-Unit have been distant in recent years, 50 Cent says there is a "strong possibility" of them working together in the future.
Never one to hide his true feelings, 50 Cent has been open about his rocky relationship with other members of G-Unit, Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks, citing their faulty work ethic and over-dependence on him as reasons for severing ties. Although he has maintained that he still cares about them, just hinted that their business relationships could be irreparably damaged. Now Fif is signing a different tune, hinting that a G-Unit collabo could be forthcoming.
The G-Unit General talked to Billboard.biz about that state of his relationship with Yayo and Banks and says they have had their differences, but the two are becoming more independent and he is not forced to carry them any longer, "People grow in different directions...[They] have different agendas about things they want to do and they're sorting themselves out in that way and I'm focused on things that are important to me right now." 50 then flat out said it looks good for the three to work together once Street King Immortal is finished, "there's a strong possibility there will be a G-Unit [collaboration] with the three of us. But right now, I'm focused on my solo project."
After several delays, and even turning what looked like it could be a fifth studio effort into a mixtape, Curtis says SKI will definitely drop February 26th, after being mired in a label audit with Interscope. In the interview Fif says he has recorded over 70 records for the album, and fans can expect to hear 13 to 14 tracks.