50 Cent plans to take a break from music.The 31-year-old hip-hop artist wants to emulate friend Eminem - whose last LP 'Encore' was released in 2004 - and disappear from the rap scene for a while, because it will make him a "bigger celebrity". He said: "Eminem hasn't put out an album in years. It builds anticipation because he's away. And then the less common you appear, the bigger your celebrity. So then he isolates himself, and he becomes more popular. People are more excited."50 - real name Curtis Jackson - won't hang up his mic until after the release of his next two albums, 'Curtis' in September and 'Before I Self-Destruct' next February, which will be his last studio album with Interscope Records.The rapper - whose current five-deal contract includes the release of his greatest hits CD - plans to make music "organically". He added: "I'll make it organically, like Dr. Dre makes a record. It may take five or seven years. They'll be looking for my record, like, 'Yo, come on, when you making a record?' "50 will preview some of his new tracks at his only UK performance this year at London's Hammersmith Apollo on July 2.