50 Cent Confirms New G-Unit Album

50 Cent Confirms New G-Unit Album
50 Cent's big week kicked off with the release of his long-awaited Animal Ambition LP, but there appears to be more new music coming from the rap vet later this year. More specifically, he's getting back on the mic with his G-Unit pals for a reunion album.

The crew — 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and Tony Yayo — had been beefing in the press even just a few months ago, with Fiddy saying back in April that the group had been "dismantled." However, a G-Unit performance at Hot 97's Summer Jam in New York over the weekend and the release of a new single called "Nah I'm Talking Bout" has apparently rebuilt momentum.

This morning (June 4), 50 Cent built up even more hype behind G-Unit's get-together by telling the morning hosts of Fox's Good Morning Philadelphia [via Rap Up]  "You'll see an album by late November."

Though details on the LP are pretty slim so far, it would be the first full-length from G-Unit since their 2008 offering T.O.S. (Terminate on Sight). You can check out the group's "Nah I'm Talking Bout," a reworking of HS87's "Grindin My Whole Life" that also features Kidd Kidd, down below. The Good Morning interview is also below.