After teasing us with his first single "Get Low," 50 Cent is finally going to deliver his highly anticipated album, Street King Immortal. During the premiere for season two of his hit drama Power, 50 hinted that his album will finally hit the shelves this fall.

"Music is my first love," the rapper states on the red carpet. "You know, without the music I wouldn't be able to do any of the business things you see that you see me do... It's still music. You'll see me. I got a new album coming in September."

Last year, 50 released Animal Ambition, which was powered by a bevy of singles including "Hold On," "Pilot" and the Trey Songz-assisted record "Smoke." After he released his album, he guaranteed the release of Street King Immortal, citing that Animal Ambition was merely an appetizer. Later, he reunited with G-Unit and was focused on rejuvenating the group, so he elected to push the album back again.

Now, he's locked in on the music front. Last week, he delivered "Get Low" featuring Jeremih, 2 Chainz and T.I. If you haven't heard it already, check it out here.

In addition, season two of Power airs June 6.

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