50 Disses Game, Young Buck On BISD Snippet

AllHipHop Staff

Snippets from 50 Cent’s highly anticipated upcoming album Before I Self Destruct recently hit the Internet.

At least four tracks reportedly taken from the G-Unit front man’s release are circulating on a 4:43 second snippet online.

On one of the unnamed tracks, 50 reignites his beef with former G-Unit cohorts Young Buck and The Game, where he disses both rappers in one line.

“I’m like a zebra/I got so many stripes/ “I’m the f***ing general/I run my click right/It was five of us/all of us millionaires/now one’s a f***ing junkie/the other one’s a f***ing queer/now it’s three of us/that’s how it started”

Sources have told AllHipHop.com that the tracks that hit the net could be from the version of Before I Self Destruct that 50 Cent decided to scrap.

In May of 2009, 50 Cent announced that he had scrapped the original version of Before I Self Destruct due to numerous delays of the album’s release.

The latest release date for Before I Self Destruct is September 29.

In an interview with MTV.com, 50 Cent said the album was almost finished, with just a few tracks left to be mixed.

“I’m ready,” 50 Cent told MTV.com. “I’m ready to put this album out. I really don’t need adjustments. I need a few songs to be finished, mixed. Dre, he drags his feet. He’s slow, but it’s because he’s so creative. He’s gonna make sure it’s perfect.”

Producers on the scrapped and upcoming version on the album include Ty Fyffe, Sha Money XL, DJ Premier and Play-N-Skillz, told MTV.com that 50 was creating a more “soulful” sound, fused with a “boom-bap” style of Hip-Hop (in reference to a straight, 4/4 time signature).

At press time, confirmation on producers on the final version of Before I Self Destruct could not be verified.