dubcnn.com: Whatup 50? Hey, how you doin' Nima! dubcnn.com: I'm good! Last time I talked to you, you had just finished shooting the video to In Da Club. Since then, your life has completely changed. Are you happy? Aw man I'm feelin' good man! Big transition. dubcnn.com: You're about to drop your 2nd album, The Massacre. Are you positive it will be able to come close to Get Rich Or Die Tryin'? Oh man, I feel like it's better than the first album! I put alot more details into it, I got a chance to sit back and see what was effective already. I mean I felt like I had my finger on the pulse of what's goin' on. I've had my first releases off my record company, G-Unit Records had the success they've been having. Like Beg For Mercy sold like 3.5 million worldwide, Lloyd Banks scanned over 2 million records, Young Buck is platinum, and Game debuted Nr. 1, sellin' 580,000 records his first week! dubcnn.com: Congratulations on that by the way. Thank you! dubcnn.com: How many songs is Dr. Dre producing on there? Well Dre produced 3 records. dubcnn.com: Who else did you get for production? It's Dre, Eminem, Hi-Tek, Scott Storch, Buckwild, Needlz, JR, Styles, Sha Money, a whole bunch of new producers. It's actually gonna be 20 tracks on this new album. dubcnn.com: What about guest appearances? You know me and Eminem work together good, so me and him worked together. I did a song with Olivia for Candy Shop, first single, and she's the first female with G-Unit. I'm excited about her project, it's actually the next release off G-Unit Records, she should be out in May. And away from that, I have Tony Yayo on 2 records on the album, and at the very end of the album I have a song with Jamie Foxx, me and him collaborated on a song called I Thug You Up, and the last song is a remix to "Hate It Or Love It" with me, Game, Young Buck, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo. dubcnn.com: Ya'll just shot a video for that too right? Yeah we just shot a video for the original Hate It Or Love It. That's Game's second single. dubcnn.com: Everybody was sayin' "Higher" was gonna be his second single, so that's not true? You know what? I felt like "Higher" was the 2nd single when we first recorded it. dubcnn.com: Higher is my favorite track off the record... Yeah! And, what happened was, it had leaked out. The record leaked out, Higher went out on the streets before How We Do went out! So in my head, after you blow the urgency, you know when the record is new and it comes out, it's like "Wow, this is hot!". But I don't like to go backwards. So if I leak records out... Like let's say if my album leaked.. Nah i don't even wanna say that cause I'd have a heart attack *laughs* But if mine leaked out, I'd have to change records on it.