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50 Cent

Though he would later struggle with the nature of his fame as well as market expectations, 50 Cent endured substantial obstacles throughout his young yet remarkably dramatic life before becoming the most discussed figure in rap, if not pop music in general, circa 2003. Following an unsuccessful late-'90s run at mainstream success (foiled by an attempt on his life in 2000) and a successful run on the New York mixtape circuit (driven by his early-2000s bout with Ja Rule), Eminem signed 50 Cent to a seven-figure contract in 2002 and helmed his quick rise toward crossover success in 2003. The product of a broken home in the rough Jamaica neighborhood of Queens and, in turn, the storied hood's hustling streets themselves, 50 Cent lived everything most rappers write rhymes about but not all actually experience: drugs, crimes, imprisonments, stabbings, and most infamously of all, shootings. Of course, such experiences became 50 Cent's rhetorical stock-in-trade. He reveled in his oft-told past, he called out wannabe gangstas, and he made headlines. He even looked like the ideal East Coast hardcore rapper: big-framed with oft-showcased biceps, abs, and tattoos as well as his trademark bulletproof vest, pistol, and iced crucifix. But all-importantly, 50 Cent may have fit the mold of a prototypical hardcore rapper, but he could also craft a catchy hook. As a result, his music crossed over to the pop market, appealing to both those who liked his roughneck posturing and rags-to-riches story as well as those who liked his knack for churning out naughty singalong club tracks. And too, 50 Cent didn't forget about his posse. He helped his G-Unit crew grow into a successful franchise, spawning platinum-selling solo albums for his group members, lucrative licensing deals for the brand name, and sell-out arena tours to promote the franchise internationally. By the time of his third album (Curtis, 2007), however, 50 Cent faced a formidable backlash, particularly among hip-hop purists, who were displeased by his turn toward crossover pop-rap and thus away from street-level credibility.

Born Curtis James Jackson III on July 6, 1975, and raised in Southside Jamaica, Queens, New York City, 50 Cent grew up in a broken home. His hustler mother passed away when he was only eight, and his father departed soon after, leaving his grandmother to parent him. As a teen, he followed the lead of his mother and began hustling. The crack trade proved lucrative for 50 Cent, until he eventually encountered the law, that is, and got arrested repeatedly in 1994. It's around this point in time that he traded crime for hip-hop. His break came in 1996 when he met Run-D.M.C.'s Jam Master Jay, who gave him a tape of beats and asked him to rap over it. Impressed by what he heard, Jay signed the aspiring rapper to his JMJ Records label. Not much resulted from the deal, though, and 50 Cent affiliated himself with Trackmasters, a commercially successful New York-based production duo known for their work with such artists as Nas and Jay-Z. Trackmasters signed the rapper to their Columbia sublabel and began work on his debut album, Power of the Dollar. A trio of singles preceded the album's proposed release: "Your Life's on the Line," "Thug Love" (featuring Destiny's Child), and "How to Rob." The latter generated a significant buzz, attracting a lot of attention for its baiting lyrics, which detail how 50 Cent would rob specific big-name rappers.

This willingness to rap openly and brashly and the attention it attracted came back to haunt him, however. His first post-success brush with death came shortly after the release of "How to Rob," when he was stabbed at the Hit Factory studio on West 54th Street in Manhattan. Shortly afterward came his most storied incident. On May 24, 2000, just before Columbia was set to release Power of the Dollar, an assassin attempted to take 50 Cent's life on 161st Street in Jamaica, Queens (near where Jam Master Jay would later be fatally shot two and half years later), shooting him nine times with a 9mm pistol while the rapper sat helpless in the passenger seat of a car. One shot pierced his cheek, another his hand, and the seven others his legs and thighs, yet he survived, barely. Even so, Columbia wanted nothing to do with 50 Cent when they heard the news, shelving Power of the Dollar and parting ways with the now-controversial rapper.

During the next two years, 50 Cent returned to the rap underground where he began. He formed a collective (G-Unit, which also featured Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo), worked closely with producer Sha Money XL (who had also been signed to JMJ around the same time that 50 Cent had), and began churning out mixtapes (selections from which were later compiled on Guess Who's Back? in 2002). These mixtape recordings (many of which were hosted by DJ Whoo Kid on CDs such as No Mercy, No Fear and Automatic Gunfire), earned the rapper an esteemed reputation on the streets of New York. Some of them featured 50 Cent and his G-Unit companions rapping over popular beats, others mocked popular rappers (namely Ja Rule, who quickly became an arch-rival), and a few discussed his shooting. This constant mixtape presence throughout 2000-2002 garnered industry attention as well as street esteem, particularly when Eminem declared on a radio show his admiration for 50 Cent. A bidding war ensued, driving up the signing price into the million-plus figures in the process and slowly moving the rapper into the up-and-coming spotlight once again as word spread.

Despite the bidding war, Eminem indeed got his man, signing 50 Cent to a joint deal with Shady/Aftermath -- the former label Em's, the latter Dr. Dre's. During the successive months, 50 Cent worked closely with Eminem and Dre, who were both credited as executive produced on his upcoming debut, Get Rich or Die Tryin', each of them producing a few tracks for the highly awaited album. Before Get Rich dropped, though, Eminem debuted 50 Cent on the 8 Mile soundtrack. The song "Wanksta," previously released on the No Mercy, No Fear mixtape, became a runaway hit in late 2002, setting the stage for "In da Club," the Dre-produced lead single from Get Rich. The two singles became sizable crossover hits -- the former peaking at number 13 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, the latter at number one -- and Interscope (Shady/Aftermath's parent company) consequently had to move up Get Rich's release date to combat bootlegging.

Amid all this, 50 Cent made headlines repeatedly. Most notably, he was tied to Jam Master Jay's shooting in October 2002, the F.B.I.'s investigation of Murder Inc's relationship to former drug dealer Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff, and a shooting incident at the offices of Violator Management. Furthermore, he made more headlines when he was jailed on New Year's Eve 2002 for gun possession. The media recounted his life story ad nauseum, particularly his storied brush with death -- and not just the expected media outlets like MTV -- even such unlikely mainstream publications as The New York Times ran feature stories ("Amid Much Anticipation, a Rapper Makes a Debut"). By the time Get Rich finally hit the streets on February 6, 2003, 50 Cent had become the most discussed figure in the music industry, and bootlegged or not, his initial sales figures reflected this (a record-breaking 872,000 units moved in five days, the best-selling debut album since SoundScan started its tracking system in May 1991), as did his omnipresence in the media. Late in the year, following another round of popular hits, "21 Questions" (which charted number one on the Hot 100) and "P.I.M.P." (number three), 50 Cent made his group debut with G-Unit, Beg for Mercy. The album charted at number two and spawned a couple Top 15 hits, "Stunt 101" and "Wanna Get to Know You."

In 2004, 50 Cent stayed on the sidelines for the most part as G-Unit affiliates Lloyd Banks and Young Buck released popular solo albums. Another G-Unit affiliate, the Game, released his debut in January 2005, and it proved the most successful among these solo spin-offs, in particular the singles "How We Do" and "Love It or Hate It," both Top Five hits that prominently featured 50 Cent. As these singles were riding high on the charts, however, 50 Cent and the Game were feuding, and the latter was acrimoniously booted out of G-Unit. There were also feuds with Fat Joe and Jadakiss (instigated by the song "Piggy Bank") during the run-up to the March 2005 release of The Massacre, 50 Cent's second album. Nearly as popular as Get Rich or Die Tryin', The Massacre debuted at number one, sold millions (over ten million worldwide), and spawned a series of smash hits ("Disco Inferno," "Candy Shop," "Just a Lil Bit").

By this point in time, 50 Cent's fame overshadowed his music, thereby predicating "street" credibility issues that would haunt him in the years to follow. For instance, the marketing rollout of The Massacre carried over into ventures such as the video game 50 Cent: Bulletproof, the semi-autobiographical film Get Rich or Die Tryin', and the soundtrack to that film -- all released in 2005, along with other product. The fallout from 50 Cent's overexposure was evident via the singles from the film soundtrack ("Hustler's Ambition," "Window Shopper," "Best Friend," "Have a Party"), which failed to gain much traction in the marketplace, charting modestly relative to past singles. The next round of G-Unit solo releases (Tony Yayo's Thoughts of a Predicate Felon, 2005; Mobb Deep's Blood Money, 2005; Lloyd Banks' Rotten Apple, 2006; Young Buck's Buck the World, 2007) didn't perform well commercially either, and it wasn't entirely surprising when plans for another, Olivia's Behind Closed Doors, were shelved. The grim outlook didn't bode well for 50 Cent's next album, which was pushed back repeatedly and retitled a couple times.

The final title, Curtis, was inspired by yet another feud, this one with Cam'ron, who taunted 50 Cent, somewhat oddly, by addressing him by his birth name. After a pair of lead singles, "Straight to the Bank" and "Amusement Park," failed to connect in the marketplace, Curtis was reworked one last time and pushed back from a summer release date to a fall one (i.e., the memorable date September 11, which -- to the glee of industry observers -- pitted the album against Kanye West's Graduation). A second round of singles, "I Get Money" and "Ayo Technology," was released in the latter half of the summer, while the video for a fifth single, "Follow My Lead," was leaked to the Internet -- to the frustration of 50 Cent, who reportedly cursed out Interscope for endangering the commercial prospects of his album -- over a month before street date.

In 2012 he left the label over creative differences, taking an unreleased album, Street King Immortal, with him. While he still intended to release Immortal eventually, he compiled a set of new tracks and released them as his fifth proper LP, Animal Ambition: An Untamed Desire to Win. The album featured guest appearances from Trey Songz (on the Dr. Dre-produced "Smoke"), Yo Gotti, Jadakiss and Styles P, and Mr. Probz, peaking at number four on the Billboard album chart and topping the independent and R&B/hip-hop charts. Days after the release of Animal Ambition, the premier episode of the crime drama Power -- produced by and starring 50 Cent -- made its television debut. However, despite this busy and seemingly successful period, he would declare bankruptcy the following summer. By early 2017 -- while still tinkering with Immortal -- he issued Best of 50 Cent (BMG), which featured his biggest hits and a trio of non-album cuts ("Get Up," "I Get It In," and "How to Rob"). ~ Jason Birchmeier
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Best Of

1. In Da Club

2. 21 Questions (Feat. Nate Dogg)

3. P.I.M.P.

4. Disco Inferno

5. Candy Shop (Feat. Olivia)

6. Just A Lil Bit

7. Outta Control (Feat. Mobb Deep) (Remix)

8. Hustler's Ambition

9. Best Friend (Feat. Olivia) (Remix)

10. Window Shopper

11. Ayo Technology (Feat. Justin Timberlake)

12. I Get Money

13. Straight To The Bank

14. I'll Still Kill (Feat. Akon)

15. Get Up

16. I Get It In

17. Baby By Me

18. How To Rob

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Track List: Best Of (Explicit)

1. In Da Club

2. 21 Questions (Feat. Nate Dogg)

3. P.I.M.P.

4. Disco Inferno

5. Candy Shop (Feat. Olivia)

6. Just A Lil Bit

7. Outta Control (Feat. Mobb Deep) (Remix)

8. Hustler's Ambition

9. Best Friend (Feat. Olivia) (Remix)

10. Window Shopper

11. Ayo Technology (Feat. Timbaland & Justin Timberlake)

12. I Get Money

13. Straight To The Bank

14. I'll Still Kill (Feat. Akon)

15. Get Up

16. I Get It In

17. Baby By Me

18. How To Rob (Feat. Madd Rapper)

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Track List: No Romeo No Juliet (Single) (Explicit)

1. No Romeo No Juliet (Feat. Chris Brown)

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Track List: I'm The Man (Remix) (Single)

1. I'm The Man (Remix) (Feat. Chris Brown)

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Track List: I'm The Man (Single) (Explicit)

1. I'm The Man (Feat. Sonny Digital)

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Track List: Too Rich For The B*tch

1. Too Rich For The B*tch

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Track List: Too Rich For The B**ch

1. Too Rich For The B**ch

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Track List: 9 Shots (Single) (Explicit)

1. 9 Shots

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Track List: Get Low (No Autotune) (Single)

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Track List: Get Low (Single) (Explicit)

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Track List: Animal Ambition: An Untamed Desire To Win

1. Hold On

2. Don't Worry 'Bout It (feat. Yo Gotti)

3. Animal Ambition

4. Pilot

5. Smoke (feat. Trey Songz)

6. Everytime I Come Around (feat. Kidd Kidd)

7. Irregular Heartbeat (feat. Jadakiss & Kidd Kidd)

8. Hustler

9. Twisted (feat. Mr. Probz)

10. Winners Circle (feat. Guordan Banks)

11. Chase The Paper (feat. Prodigy, Kidd Kidd & Styles P)

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Track List: Animal Ambition: An Untamed Desire To Win (Deluxe) (Explicit)

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Track List: Animal Ambition: An Untamed Desire To Win (Deluxe Version)

1. Hold On

2. Don't Worry 'Bout It

3. Animal Ambition

4. Pilot

5. Smoke

6. Everytime I Come Around

7. Irregular Heartbeat

8. Hustler

9. Twisted

10. Winners Circle

11. Chase The Paper

12. The Funeral

13. You Know

14. Flip On You

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Track List: Big Rich Town

1. Big Rich Town (Feat. Joe)

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Track List: Don't Worry 'Bout It (Single)

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Track List: We Up (Single)

1. We Up (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)

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Track List: Major Distribution (Single)

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Track List: My Life (Single)

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Track List: My Life (Single) (Explicit)

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Track List: First Date (Single) (Explicit)

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Track List: New Day (Single)

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Track List: New Day (Radio Single)

1. New Day (Feat. Dr. Dre & Alicia Keys)

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Track List: First Date

1. First Date (Feat. Too Short)

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Track List: I Just Wanna (Single) (Explicit)

1. I Just Wanna (Feat. Tony Yayo)

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Track List: Outlaw - Single

1. Outlaw

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Track List: Outlaw

1. Outlaw (Explicit Version)

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Track List: Wait Until Tonight (Single) (Explicit)

1. Wait Until Tonight

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Track List: Baby By Me

1. Baby By Me (Benny Benassi Remix)

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Track List: Before I Self Destruct (Explicit)

1. The Invitation

2. Then Days Went By

3. Death To My Enemies

4. So Disrespectful

5. Psycho

6. Hold Me Down

7. Crime Wave

8. Stretch

9. Strong Enough

10. Get It Hot

11. Gangsta's Delight

12. I Got Swag

13. Baby By Me

14. Do You Think About Me

15. Ok, You're Right

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Track List: Before I Self Destruct

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Track List: Baby By Me (Radio Single)

1. Baby By Me

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Track List: I Get It In (Single) (Explicit)

1. I Get It In

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Track List: Before I Self-Destruct - The Selects (Explicit)

1. Baby By Me (Feat. Ne-Yo)

2. Do You Think About Me

3. So Disrespectful

4. Death To My Enemies

5. Then Days Went By

6. Psycho (Feat. Eminem)

7. Hold Me Down

8. Crime Wave

9. Stretch

10. Strong Enough

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Track List: Baby By Me (Digital Dog Club Remix)

1. Baby By Me (Featuring Ne-Yo) (Digital Dog Club Remix)

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Track List: Baby By Me (Max Sanna & Steve Pitron Extended Remix)

1. Baby By Me (Featuring Ne-Yo) (Max Sanna & Steve Pitron Extended)

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Track List: Before I Self Destruct - The Selects

1. Baby By Me (Featuring Ne-Yo)

2. Do You Think About Me

3. So Disrespectful

4. Death To My Enemies

5. Then Days Went By

6. Psycho (Feat. Eminem)

7. Hold Me Down

8. Crime Wave

9. Stretch

10. Strong Enough

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Track List: Get Up (Radio Single)

1. Get Up

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Track List: I Get It In (Radio Single)

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Track List: I Get Money (Radio Single) (Explicit)

1. I Get Money

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Track List: Curtis

1. Intro

2. My Gun Go Off

3. Man Down

4. I'll Still Kill

5. I Get Money

6. Come & Go

7. Ayo Technology

8. Follow My Lead

9. Movin' On Up

10. Straight To The Bank

11. Amusement Park

12. Fully Loaded Clip

13. Peep Show

14. Fire

15. All Of Me

16. Curtis 187

17. Touch The Sky

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Track List: Curtis (Explicit)

1. Intro (Curtis)

2. My Gun Go Off

3. Man Down (Censored)

4. I'll Still Kill

5. I Get Money

6. Come And Go

7. Ayo Technology

8. Follow My Lead

9. Movin' On Up

10. Straight To The Bank

11. Amusement Park

12. Fully Loaded Clip

13. Peep Show

14. Fire

15. All Of Me

16. Curtis 187

17. Touch The Sky

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Track List: Ayo Technology (Radio Single)

1. Ayo Technology

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Track List: Straight To The Bank (Radio Single)

1. Straight To The Bank

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Track List: The Massacre (Explicit)

1. Intro

2. In My Hood

3. This Is 50

4. I'm Supposed To Die Tonight

5. Piggy Bank

6. Gatman And Robbin'

7. Candy Shop

8. Outta Control

9. Get In My Car

10. Ski Mask Way

11. A Baltimore Love Thing

12. Ryder Music

13. Disco Inferno

14. Just A Lil Bit

15. Gunz Come Out

17. Position Of Power

18. Build You Up

19. God Gave Me Style

20. So Amazing

21. I Don't Need 'em

22. Hate It Or Love It (feat. The Game, Tony Yayo, Young Buck & Lloyd Banks)

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Track List: The Massacre

2. In My Hood

3. This Is 50

4. I'm Supposed To Die Tonight

5. Piggy Bank

6. GATman And Robbin (Feat. Eminem)

7. Candy Shop (Feat. Olivia)

9. Get In My Car

10. Ski Mask Way

11. A Baltimore Love Thing

12. Ryder Music

13. Disco Inferno

14. Just A Lil Bit

15. Gunz Come Out

16. My Toy Soldier (Feat. Tony Yayo)

17. Position Of Power

18. Build You Up (Feat. Jamie Foxx)

19. God Gave Me Style

20. So Amazing (Feat. Olivia)

21. I Don't Need 'Em

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Track List: P.I.M.P. (Explicit)

1. P.I.M.P. (Feat. Snoop Dogg) (Snoop Dogg Remix)

2. 8 More Miles (Feat. Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo) (Freestyle)

3. P.I.M.P.

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Track List: Get Rich Or Die Tryin' (Explicit)

1. Intro

2. What Up Gangsta

3. Patiently Waiting

4. Many Men (Wish Death)

5. In Da Club

6. High All The Time

7. Heat

8. If I Can't

9. Blood Hound

10. Back Down

11. P.I.M.P.

12. Like My Style

13. Poor Lil Rich

14. 21 Questions

15. Don't Push Me

16. Gotta Make It To Heaven

17. Wanksta

18. U Not Like Me

19. Life's On The Line

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Track List: Get Rich Or Die Tryin'

3. Patiently Waiting

4. Many Men (Wish Death)

5. In Da Club

6. High All The Time

7. If I Can't

8. Blood Hound

9. Back Down

10. P.I.M.P.

11. Like My Style

12. Poor Lil Rich

13. 21 Questions

14. Don't Push Me

15. Gotta Make It To Heaven

16. Wanksta

17. U Not Like Me

18. Life's On The Line

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Track List: Blood On The Sand

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Track List: Chase The Paper (Single)

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Track List: Everytime I Come Around (Single)

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Track List: Hold On (Single)

1. Hold On

2. Hold On

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Track List: Hustler (Single)

1. Hustler

2. Hustler

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Track List: I Just Wanna (Single)

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Track List: I'll Still Kill (Radio Single) (Explicit)

1. I'll Still Kill

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Track List: Irregular Heartbeat (Single)

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Track List: Peep Show (Radio Single)

1. Peep Show

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Track List: Pilot (Single)

1. Pilot

2. Pilot

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Track List: Smoke (Single)

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Track List: Twisted (Single)

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Track List: Winners Circle (Single)

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kellidc_22
I f**king hate your God damn music you dumb f**k!
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Are you read fiddy cent
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Best
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Jd40mick why did you say that
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Look all look
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"Best friend" love of my life
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Hey
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Hi
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Where are you now bro?...��
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Young 50
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The body
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A have 50 cent
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U so sexy
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Say iPhone 5 times
Pick a color
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Look under your pillow
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My Man's Fifty Cent's Debut Album, Get Rich or Die Trying Was His Best Master Piece Up To Date. But I Know He Has The Potential & Dedication To Reach Further Creativity & Admiration From His Hater's. The Man Is A Poetic Genius Just Like His Man 2-Pac What A Hell Of A Collaboratio n That Would've Been!!!
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Every time i hear this song i think of a certain person that i really like lol but can't say anything lol
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Love diz song
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Actually no they do it's dumb fake a** tv gangsta in em'. And yo if anyone heard 9 shots from 50 tha one that jus came out, does that s**t go hard or is it aight?
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50 was and is generation X's gangsta! Now these kids these days don't got no gangsta in them.
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Str8 goon music!
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Do you my number yes Or No ����������
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Hate It Or Love It
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.like do you have any more questions about how you should get the job you have been able about with your new job and your family and you have to go back and phone �� number your phone number ��
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Lindsie Ann aleman sweet hat love ask me
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If 50 was smarter he'd be richer than Jay-Z. He's had more successful music
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I love it ...I'm from the 90's oh yes
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. Now that you've started reading this don't stop this is so freaky. But if you ignore this you will have bad luck. Post this on 15 songs in 143 minutes. When you are done press the space bar and you crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen this is so freaky it actually works
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Kiss your hand
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Your crush will ask you out on that day
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hey everyone
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Kiss your left hand
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Best Friend
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life.Tomorro w will be the best day of your life.Now you've started this don't stop this is so freaky.But if you read this and ignore you will have very bad luck.Put this on 15 songs in 114 minutes.When you your done push the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen this is so freaky it actually work
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50 cent my dog
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Ur the best at rapping than JAY-Z
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life.Tomorro w will be the best day of your life.Now you've started this don't stop this is so freaky.But if you read this and ignore you will have very bad luck.Put this on 15 songs in 114 minutes.When you your done push the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen this is so freaky it actually work
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You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Today will be the best day of your life. Know that you started don't stop this is so freaky. But if you read this and ignore you will have bad luck. Put this on 10 songs and 144 minutes when you were done push the and your crushes name appeared big letters in the screen this is so freaky it actually works.
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i love this song
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Say iPod 5 times
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Post this 5 times look under your pillow
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blasting this song through the house. parents been yelling at my to turn it off but I be turnin it up louda. ;$
Savage... >~<
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i love eminem sooooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o much
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