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50 Cent releases new album on MySpace

Sept. 7, 2007 at 4:40 PM

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 7 (UPI) -- U.S. rapper 50 Cent released his new album, "Curtis," on MySpace Friday -- days before the hotly anticipated disc is set to drop in stores.

Every track on the new album is being streamed on 50 Cent’s profile at www.myspace.com/50Cent, which means the MySpace online community and the artist’s more than 900,000 MySpace friends were the first members of the public to hear his third solo effort, MySpace said in a statement.

Special guests and producers featured on the album, which will be available in stores Tuesday, include Dr. Dre and Justin Timberlake.

MySpace TV will also premiere a series of five exclusive 10-minute video interviews with 50, titled, "50 minutes with 50."

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