Rapper 50 Cent has reorganized a tour of Europe that was canceled earlier in the week due to schedule conflicts.
50 Cent will embark on an eight-date arena tour across the UK starting in November in support of his new album Curtis.
The rapper will make stops in Glasgow, Manchester, London and other cities.
50 Cent scrapped a tour of the country last week, just one day after it was announced that West's Graduation topped the British charts.
Ironically, West will also be performing in the UK in November as well, when his seven-date "Glow in the Dark" tour travels across the country in support of Graduation.
One of 50 Cent canceled dates was a performance at the Music of Black Origin Awards, which took place last night (September 19) at London's 02 Arena.
Kanye West was the big winner for the evening, taking home the coveted Best Hip-Hop Act award, as well as Best Video for his single "Stronger."
The ceremony featured a performance by Amy Winehouse and paid tribute to rap group Public Enemy.
West won top honors of the evening, snagging the coveted Best Hip Hop act award,
Other winners included Dizzee Rascal (Best UK Male) Rihanna (Best International Act), Amy Winehouse (Best UK Female) and N Dubz (Best Newcomer).