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More so than any other music since the blues, hip-hop is all about stories. And its stories are both criminal minded and grand, making them enthralling and unbelievable, but also making them only as interesting and convincing as the teller. That's why, despite being blackballed by the industry, without a major-label recording contract, heads still gravitated to Jamaica, Queens' realest son, 50 Cent, like the planets to the sun. 50 Cent, born Curtis Jackson 26 years ago, is the real deal, the genuine article. He's a man of the streets, intimately familiar with its codes and its violence, but still, 50, an incredibly intelligent and deliberate man, holds himself with a regal air as if above the pettiness which surrounds him. Couple his true-life hardship with his knack for addictive, syrupy hooks, it's clear that 50 has exactly what it takes to ride down the road to riches and diamond rings. 50 is real, so he does real things.

Born into a notorious Queens drug dynasty during the late '70s, 50 Cent lost those closest to him at an early age. Raised without a father, 50's mother, whose name carried weight in the street (hint, hint, dummies), was found dead under mysterious circumstances before he could hit his teens. The orphaned youth was taken in by his grandparents, who provided for 50. But his desire for things would drive him to the block. Which in his case was the infamous New York Avenue, now known as Guy R. Brewer Blvd. There, 50 stepped up to get his rep up, amassing a small fortune and a lengthy rap sheet. But the birth of his son put things in perspective for the post adolescent, and 50 began to pursue rap seriously. He signed with JMJ, the label of Run DMC DJ Jam Master Jay and began learning his trade. JMJ would teach the young buck to count bars and structure songs. Unfortunately, caught up in industry limbo, there wasn't much JMJ could do for 50.

The platinum hitmakers Trackmasters took notice of 50 and signed him to Columbia Records in 1999. They shipped 50 to Upstate NY where they locked him up in the studio for 2 1/2 weeks. He turned out 36 songs in this short period, which resulted in "Power Of A Dollar," an unreleased masterpiece that Blaze Magazine judged a classic. 50's stick up kid anthem "How to Rob" blew through the roof and playfully painted him as a deliriously hungry up-and-comer daydreaming of robbing famous rappers. But 50 and the fans were the only ones laughing. Unable to take a joke, Jay-Z, Big Pun, Sticky Fingaz, and Ghostface Killah all replied to the song. "It wasn't personal. It was comedy based on truth, which made it so funny," says 50 Cent.

In April of '00, 50 was shot 9 times, including a .9mm bullet to the face, in front of his grandmothers house in Queens. He spent the next few months in recovery while Columbia Records dropped him from the label. 50 didn't fold, he flew. Right into the zone. He banged out track after track, despite no income or backing, with his new business partner and friend Sha Money XL. The two recorded over 30 songs, strictly for mix-tapes, with the soul purpose of building a buzz. 50's street value rose and by the end of the spring of '01 he'd released the new material independently on the makeshift LP, "Guess Who's Back?". Beginning to attract interest, and now backed by his crew, G-Unit, 50 stayed on his grind and made more songs. But it was different this time. Rather than create new songs as they had before, 50 decided to showcase his hit-making ability by retouching first-class beats which had already been used. They released the red, white and blue bootleg, "50 Cent Is the Future," revisiting material by Jay-Z and even Rapheal Saadiq.

That's when the unbelievable happened, and hip-hop history was written. The energetic CD caught the ear of supa MC Eminem, and within a week Em was on the radio saying, '50 Cent is my favorite rapper right now.' Em looked to mentor Dr. Dre to confirm his belief in the young hitmaker, and the good doctor co-signed. Floored by the appreciation of the greats, 50 didn't hesitate in signing with the dream team. In the wake of his acquisition, 50 Cent has become the most sought after newcomer in almost a decade. Not since the summer of '94, when radio would play absolutely anything Notorious B.I.G. related, has hip-hop seen buzz like this.

Ever the clever businessman, 50 didn't let the opportunity escape him and quickly released another bootleg of borrowed beats, "No Mercy, No Fear." The CD featured only one new track, "Wanksta," which was certainly not intended for radio, but the streets couldn't wait for the official single and within weeks "Wanksta" became New York's most requested record. Thankfully, the stellar cut has found a home on the multi-platinum soundtrack to Eminem's smash movie, "8 Mile." With several huge hits already under his belt, 50 Cent is poised to be the artist to beat next year. He's coming with over ten incredible tracks stashed from last spring and newly recorded winners courtesy of Eminem, who's really cut his production teeth of late, and hip-hop's greatest, highest-selling producer Dr. Dre. "Creatively, what more could I ask for?" he asks jokingly. "You know if me and Em is in the same room then it's gonna be a friendly competition, neither of us wanna let the other one down. And Dre??? C'mon." Promising an LP of the caliber of rap classics like "Illmatic," "Ready to Die," and "Reasonable Doubt," 50 Cent's debut promises to set the pace for hip-hop in coming years. The product of his unrelenting drive, talent and, frankly, his real-ness, 50's official first album promises to do for him just what it says. With his infectious flow and viciously funny I-don't-give-a-fuck personality, there is no doubt that 50 Cent will Get Rich or Die Trying.


50 Cent -Power of the Dollar [EP]

Released: on September 12, 2000

Guest apperances from: Bun B, Noreaga, Destiny's Child, Madd Rapper and others.

Label: Sony Music

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50 Cent / G-Unit - Guess Who's Back

Released: on May 21, 2002

Guest apperances from: Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Bravehearts, Nas, Bun B and others
Label: Full Cup Records

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50 Cent / G-Unit 50 Cent is the Future

Released: on June 1, 2002

Guest apperances from: Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and others
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50 Cent - No Mercy, No Fear

Released: on June 1, 2002

Guest apperances from: Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and others
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50 Cent - Get Rich Or Die Tryin

Released: on February 6, 2003

Guest apperances from: Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Eminem, Dr.Dre, Young Buck, Nate Dogg

Label: Shady / Interscope Records
Debuted at #1 on both Pop and Rap Billboard charts, sold more than 870.000 albums within the first week.

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G-Unit - Beg For Mercy

Released: on November 14, 2003

Label: G-Unit / Interscope Records
G-Unit's Beg 4 Mercy sold 368,802 copies its first week (Friday-Tuesday).

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Track Lyrics
1 Intro
2 In My Hood
3 This is 50
4 I'm Supposed to Die Tonight
5 Piggy Bank
6 Gatman And Robbin' f. Eminem
7 Candy Shop f. Olivia
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
16 My Toy Soldier f. Tony Yayo
17 Position of Power
18 Build You Up f. Jamie Foxx
19 God Gave Me Style
20 So Amazing f. Olivia
21 I Don't Need Em
22 Hate It Or Love It Remix f. G-Unit

G-Unit Beg For Mercy
(November 14th, 2003)
Track Lyrics
1 G-Unit
2 Poppin' Them Thangs
3 My Buddy
4 I'm So Hood
5 Stunt 101
6 Wanna Get to Know You
7 Groupie Love
8 Betta Ask Somebody
9 Footprints
10 Eye for Eye
11 Smile
12 Baby U Got
13 Salute U
14 Beg for Mercy
15 G'd Up
16 Lay You Down
17 Gangsta Shit
18 I Smell Pussy

New Breed
1 True Loyalty
2 8 Mile Road (G-Unit Remix)
3 In Da Hood

Get Rich Or Die Tryin'
(February 6, 2003)
01. Intr o
What Up Gangsta
Patiently Waiting (feat. Eminem)
Many Men (Wish Death)
In Da Club
High All the Time
If I Can't
Blood Hound
10. Back Down
Like My Style
13. Poor Lil Rich
21 Questions
15. Don't Push Me
16. Gotta Make It to Heaven
U Not Like Me (Bonus)
18. Lifes On The Line (Bonus)

No Mercy, No Fear
(August 2002)
1 MTV Intro
2 Green Lantern
3 Elementary
4 Fat Bitch
5 Banks Victory
6 Back Seat/Tony Yayo
7 After My Chedda
8 Soldier
9 E.M.S.
10 G-Unit Skit
11 Say What You Want
12 Clue Shit!
13 Funk Flex
14 Whoo Kid
15 Scarlet Skit
16 PT2 & Bump Heads
17 G-Unit/U.T.P.
18 Wanksta
19 Star & Buc Outro

50 Cent is the Future
(June 2002)
1 U Should Be Here
2 Bump Dat Street Mix
3 Banks Workout
4 Whoo Kid Kayslay Shit!
5 Just Fuckin' Around
6 G-Unit Soldiers
7 Got Me a Bottle
8 Tony Yayo Explosion
9 Clue/50
10 A Little Bit of Everything U.T.P.
11 Cutmaster C Shit
12 Call Me
13 50/Banks
14 Surrounded By Hoes
15 G-Unit That's What's Up
16 Bad News

Guess Whos Back?
(May 2002)
1 Killa Tape Intro
2 Rotten Apple
3 Skit/Drop
4 That's What's Up
5 U Not Like Me
6 50 Bars
7 Life's on the Line
8 Get Out the Club
9 Be a Gentleman
10 Fuck You
11 Too Hot
12 Who U Rep With
13 Corner Bodega
14 Ghetto Qu'ran
15 As the World Turns
16 Whoo Kid Freestyle
17 Stretch Armstrong Freestyle
18 Doo Wop Freestyle

Power of the Dollar
1 The Hit
2 The Good Die Young
3 Corner Bodega
4 Life's on the Line
5 That Ain't Gangsta
6 As the World Turns
7 Ghetto Qu'ran (Forgive Me)
8 Da Repercussions
9 Make Money by Any Means
10 Material Girl 2000
11 Thug Love
12 Slow Dough
13 Gun Runners
14 You Ain't No Gangsta
15 Power of the Dollar
16 I'm a Hustler
17 How to Rob
Remix / B-Sides / Soundtracks
Lyrics Album
Love Me 8 Mile Soundtrack
Places to Go 8 Mile Soundtrack
Rap Game 8 Mile Soundtrack
Wanksta 8 Mile Soundtrack
Follow Me Gangster Cradle 2 the Grave Soundtrack
Hit 'Em Up Game Tight (Compilation)
Till I Collapse (Freestyle) Green Lantern/Shady Records (Promo)
Hail Mary (Ja Rule Diss) Hail Mary 12"
If I Can't (Remix) If I Can't (Remix) 12"
Rowdy Rowdy In Too Deep Soundtrack
P.I.M.P. (G-Unit Remix) P.I.M.P. (Remix) 12"
P.I.M.P. (Remix) P.I.M.P. (Remix) 12"
To All My Niggas To All My Niggas 12"
To All My Niggas (Remix) To All My Niggas 12"
Tha Realist Killaz Tupac Resurrection Soundtrack
Wanksta (Remix) Wanksta 12"

Misc Songs
Lyrics Artist
Bring it All to Me Blaque
Let Me Be the 1 Blige, Mary J.
Thug Poet Bryant, Kobe
What Goes Around DJ Envy
50 Shot Ya DJ Kay Slay
We All Die One Day DJ Muggs
Live & Die Freestyle DJ WhooKid
We Run These Streets DJ WhooKid
You Want Beef With Me? DJ WhooKid
Shot Down DMX
Bump Heads Eminem
Sexy Lil' Thug (Remix) Knowles, Beyonce
Magic Stick Lil' Kim
I'm Gonna Be Alright (Remix) Lopez, Jennifer
Work It (Remix) Missy Elliott
Jerk Next
React Onyx
Tired of Being Broke The Product G&B
Cry Me a River (Remix) Justin Timberlake

Tour Information

Anger Management Tour:3
With performances by EMINEM, 50 CENT, LIL JON & THE EAST SIDE BOYZ, G-UNIT, D-12, OBIE TRICE, STAT QUO & DJ Green Lantern.

Dates are as follows:
July 7 – Indianapolis, IN – Verizon Wireless Music Center
July 8 – Columbus, OH – Germaine Amphitheater
July 11 – Chicago, IL – Tweeter Center
July 14 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
July 17 – Seattle, WA – White River Amphitheater
July 19 – San Jose, CA – HP Pavilion
July 22 – San Diego, CA – Coors Amphitheater
July 23 – Los Angeles, CA – Hyundai Pavilion
July 24 – Las Vegas, NV – Thomas & Mack Center
July 26 – Phoenix, AZ – Cricket Pavilion
July 28 – Dallas, TX – Smirnoff Music Centre
July 29 – San Antonio, TX – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
July 31 – Atlanta, GA – HiFi Buys Amphitheater
August 1 – Tampa, FL – Ford Amphitheater
August 2 – West Palm Beach, FL – Sound Advice Amphitheater
August 5 – Washington, DC – Nissan Pavilion
August 6 – Philadelphia, PA – Tweeter Center
August 8 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
August 10 – Boston, MA – Tweeter Center
August 12 – Detroit, MI – Comerica Park

Check out the official tour website, www.TheAngerManagementTour.com for many exclusive giveaways, contests, video tour diaries, meet & greet opportunities and more!


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