Makes sense, but we are suppose to doubt artists when there messing up that's what makes a artist make better music. After the Curtis album people started doubting you because you went on some far left super pop s**t that didn't sound right coming from you, That whole entire album was saved by I Get Money and that was 2 years ago. In this day and Age your only as hot as your last hit single.
Jay-Z has a different energy when he comes out with new music because of his longevity of putting out consistently great content so even if he has a dud like Kingdom Come, he gets a pass because of who he is and what he's done. 50 Cent on the other hand is only 3 albums in, has one classic (Get Rich or Die Trying), one flop (Curtis) and one acceptable album (The Massacre). That's not enough of a track record to still be number one when your last hit was in 2007.
And this is coming from a G-Unit fan….