50 Cent has been teasing us with the possibility of a new album for years, but now the Power creator reveals that he's got a fresh collaboration in the works with Eminem and Ed Sheeran.

On Wednesday (Dec. 12), the "Get the Strap" rapper uploaded a photo of himself to Instagram with the news about his upcoming song. "I recorded a song last night with Eminem & Ed Sheeran," 50 said in his caption. "I had fun doing it we got some heat. #lecheminduroi #bellator."

It makes sense that 50 would team up with Em and Ed since they recently linked up for the Shady Records CEO's Revival album. Within the last year, 50, a.k.a Curtis Jackson, has broadened his horizons when it comes to features in 2018. After collaborating with PnB Rock, Tory Lanez and Don Q, the Queens rapper made waves with his feature in Uncle Murda's song "Get the Strap" alongside 6ix9ine and Casanova

Jackson hasn't specified when we'll get to hear his new collaboration with the "Good Guy" rapper and pop singer or where the song will end up. Hopefully, it will land on his long-awaited studio album, Street King Immortal. At the top of 2018, Jackson discussed his plans for his next album to be as riveting as his first with The New York Times. 50 also reveals that he's still working on the project, and he's got some big goals for it.

“Right now I’m in the middle of recording my sixth album,” 50. “But it’s as thrilling as my first.”

Check out 50 Cent's revealing post about his upcoming collaboration with Eminem and Ed Sheeran below.

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