50 Cent has announced a UK arena tour to mark the 15th anniversary of his debut album. Billboard chart-topping LP Get Rich or Die Tryin, which was produced by Dr. Dre and Eminem, was released in 2003 and to mark the milestone, will perform three dates this September in the U.K.
The album sold 872,000 copies in the first week and it was named the 10th highest-selling rap album of all time in the US. Legendary Fifty recently teased fans that he is still working on his sixth studio album Street King Immortal and that it’s “just as thrilling” as his debut. The album is also supposed to include a song “Champions,” featuring Eminem.
50 Cent’s Get Rich or Die Tryin UK Tour dates are as follows:
September 18, Arena Birmingham;
September 20, The O2, London;
September 21, Manchester Arena.
Get Rich or Die Tryin has two Eminem features: “Patiently Waiting” and “Don’t Push Me,” featuring Lloyd Banks. It would be amazing if Eminem makes the surprise appearance since the U.K. showed the biggest support to his latest album Revival, like they did it on the Anger Management Tour back in 2003. Watch the classic live performance below: