50 Cent also shares some advice he gave to Dr. Dre about the elusive project.
Dr. Dre has kept fans patiently waiting for the follow up to 1999â€™s The Chronic 2001, and has given false hope by dropping some singles over the past few years. During an interview with WGCIâ€™s The Morning Riot (via FSD), 50 Cent explained why he thinks Detox is still not in stores and how it relates to Dreâ€™s wavering love of music.
â€œHe been working on that project for so long that he falls in love with music, and then he falls out of love with it. Heâ€™s got a lot of good stuff playing in the studio and it comes in and out, plus that.â€
Fif shared some advice that he gave to Dre about the elusive project. The G-Unit general told him that he doesnâ€™t have to keep changing the LP, because if itâ€™s even remotely similar to The Chronic, then fans will be satisfied.
â€œYou know what I said to him? I said, you donâ€™t have to change anything. Because the period of time you havenâ€™t put out.. Like Sade, it reminds me of the record that Iâ€™d like from him. And Iâ€™m like, yeah, play that, thatâ€™s the new one. And it feels like the last one. So Dre, he doesnâ€™t have to create a formula because he was gone so long that if he gives us something that feels like The Chronic, weâ€™d be absolutely happy.â€