Though he was finally given a November release for his fifth solo album, 50 Cent is still at odds with his home record label Interscope Records.
In a recent interview with MTV, Fif implied that he could part ways with the label following his album if things don't go his way.
"It will all be clear in the negotiations following me turning this actual album in," he said. " And, of course, the performance and how they actually treat the work will determine whether you still want to stay in that position or not."
Curtis added that if he feels the Interscope machine is supporting his projects that staying is the right thing to do, but admits that he's not afraid to take the indie route.
"It's not like you're gonna be able to make a project bigger than the actual project is, but if the songs are right and you have full support and you feel that support, why would you want to go anywhere else?" he added.
"If not, if you don't have that support, why would you want to sign to another system? In the financial state that I'm in, you just do it yourself."