50 Cent's Curtis Pushed Back A Week Due To Labor Day

Fans of 50 Cent will wait one more week for his highly anticipated third release, Curtis.

According to a representative for 50 Cent, the album is being delayed by one week because of the Labor Day holiday in the United States.

"Because of the Labor Day holiday on Monday September 3rd, the decision was made to push the release one week so that it is available everywhere at 10 am on day of release," a representative for the rapper said today (July 13).

Curtis' release date has been pushed back several times since the previously announced release date of June 26.

The album features guest appearances from Eminem, Akon, Mary J. Blige and production from Dr. Dre, Timbaland and others.

In related news, 50 Cent premiered his new video for "I Get Money" on http://hot97.com/ today at 4:00 pm.