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  • Real name : Curtis James Jackson III
  • Place of birth : Queens
  • Date of birth : 06/07/1975

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  • 50 Cent (« Fifty Cent »)
  • Ferrari F-50
  • Fiddy
  • Curtis James Jackson III
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50 Cent (1975)

Curtis James Jackson III

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Curtis James Jackson III , better known by his stage name 50 Cent, is an American rapper, entrepreneur, investor, record producer, and actor.

He rose to fame with the release of his albums Get Rich or Die Tryin and The Massacre . His album Get Rich or Die Tryin has been certified six times platinum by the RIAA.

Born in South Jamaica, Queens, Jackson began drug dealing at the age of twelve during the 1980s crack epidemic. After leaving drug dealing to pursue a rap career, he was shot at and struck by nine bullets during an incident in 2000.

After releasing his album Guess Who's Back? in 2002, Jackson was discovered by rapper Eminem and signed to Interscope Records. With the help of Eminem and Dr. Dre, who produced his first major commercial successes, Jackson became one of the world's highest selling rappers. In 2003, he founded the record label G-Unit Records, which signed several successful rappers such as Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo.

Jackson has engaged in feuds with other rappers including Ja Rule, Nas, Fat Joe, Jadakiss, Cam'ron, Puff Daddy, Rick Ross, and former G-Unit members The Game and Young Buck. He has also pursued an acting career, appearing in the semi-autobiographical film Get Rich or Die Tryin in 2005, the Iraq War film Home of the Brave in 2006, and Righteous Kill in 2008. 50 Cent was ranked as the sixth best artist of the 2000s by Billboard magazine. The magazine also ranked him as the fourth top male artist and as the third top rapper behind Eminem and Nelly. Billboard magazine also ranked him as the sixth best and most successful Hot 100 Artist of the 2000s and as the number one rap artist of the 2000s. Billboard ranked his album Get Rich or Die Tryin as the twelfth best album of the 2000s and his album The Massacre as the 37th best album of the 2000s. As of September 2011, 50 Cent is working on his yet-to-be-titled fifth studio album, which is set to be released in December 2011.

  Biography  

 early life
Curtis Jackson III grew up in the South Jamaica neighborhood of Queens, in New York City. He grew up without a father and was raised by his mother, Sabrina, who gave birth to him at the age of fifteen.

Sabrina, a cocaine dealer, raised Jackson until the age of twelve, when she was killed in 1988. Twenty-seven at the time, she became unconscious after someone drugged her drink. She was then left for dead after the gas in her apartment was turned on and the windows shut closed.

After her death, Jackson moved into his grandparents' house with his eight aunts and uncles. He recalls, "My grandmother told me, 'Your mother's not coming home. She's not gonna come back to pick you up. You're gonna stay with us now.' That's when I started adjusting to the streets a little bit".

Jackson began boxing around the age of eleven.

At fourteen, a neighbor opened a boxing gym for local kids.

"When I wasn't killing time in school, I was sparring in the gym or selling crack on the strip", he recalled. In the mid 1980s, he competed in the Junior Olympics as an amateur boxer. He recounts, "I was competitive in the ring and hip-hop is competitive too... I think rappers condition themselves like boxers, so they all kind of feel like they're the champ". At the age of twelve, Jackson began dealing narcotics when his grandparents thought he was at after-school programs. He also took guns and drug money to school. In the tenth grade, he was caught by metal detectors at Andrew Jackson High School. He later stated, "I was embarrassed that I got arrested like that... After I got arrested I stopped hiding it. I was telling my grandmother , 'I sell drugs.'"

Following time spent in a correctional boot camp, Jackson adopted the nickname "50 Cent" as a metaphor for "change". The name was derived from Kelvin Martin, a 1980s Brooklyn robber known as "50 Cent". Jackson chose the name "because it says everything I want it to say. I'm the same kind of person 50 Cent was. I provide for myself by any means".

 music career
 1996–2000: Early career
Jackson started rapping in a friend's basement where he used turntables to record over instrumentals. In 1996, a friend introduced him to Jam Master Jay of Run-DMC who was organizing his label Jam Master Jay Records.

Jay taught him how to count bars, write choruses, structure songs, and how to make a record. Jackson's first official appearance was on a song titled "React" with the group Onyx on their 1998 album Shut 'Em Down. He credited Jam Master Jay as an influence who helped him improve his ability to write hooks. Jay produced Jackson's first album; however, it was never released.

In 1999, after leaving Jam Master Jay, the platinum-selling producers Trackmasters took notice of Jackson and signed him to Columbia Records. They sent him to a studio in Upstate New York where he produced thirty-six songs in two weeks. Eighteen were included on his unofficially released album, Power of the Dollar in 2000. He also started the now-defunct Hollow Point Entertainment with former G-Unit affiliate Bang 'Em Smurf.

Jackson's popularity started to increase after the successful but controversial underground single, "How to Rob", which he wrote in half an hour while in a car on the way to a studio. The track comically explains how he would rob famous artists. He explained the reasoning behind song's content as, "There's a hundred artists on that label, you gotta separate yourself from that group and make yourself relevant". Rappers Jay-Z, Kurupt, Sticky Fingaz, Big Pun, DMX, Wyclef Jean and the Wu-Tang Clan replied to the song and Nas, who received the track positively, invited Jackson to travel on a promotional tour for his Nastradamus album. The song was intended to be released with "Thug Love" featuring Destiny's Child, but two days before he was scheduled to film the "Thug Love" music video, Jackson was shot and confined to a hospital due to his injuries.

 2000–01: Shooting
On May 24, 2000, Jackson was attacked by a gunman, alleged to be Darryl "Hommo" Baum, outside his grandmother's former home in South Jamaica, Queens. He went into a friend's car, but was asked to return to the house to get jewelry.

His son was in the house, while his grandmother was in the front yard. Upon returning to the back seat of the car and already seated, another car pulled up nearby. An assailant then walked up to Jackson's left side with a 9mm handgun and fired nine shots at close range. He was shot nine times: in the hand , arm, hip, both legs, chest, and his face . The face wound resulted in a swollen tongue, the loss of a wisdom tooth, and a small slur in his voice. His friend also sustained a gunshot wound to the hand. They were driven to the hospital where Jackson spent thirteen days.

Baum, the alleged shooter, was killed three weeks later.

Baum was also Mike Tyson's close friend and bodyguard.

Jackson recalled the incident saying, "It happens so fast that you don't even get a chance to shoot back.... I was scared the whole time.... I was looking in the rear-view mirror like, 'Oh @#!*% , somebody shot me in the face! It burns, burns, burns.'" In his autobiography, From Pieces to Weight: Once upon a Time in Southside Queens, he wrote, "After I got shot nine times at close range and didn't die, I started to think that I must have a purpose in life... How much more damage could that shell have done? Give me an inch in this direction or that one, and I'm gone". He used a walker for the first six weeks and fully recovered after five months. When he left the hospital, he stayed in the Poconos with his then-girlfriend and son. His workout regime helped him attain his muscular physique.

While in the hospital, Jackson signed a publishing deal with Columbia Records. However, he was dropped from the label and "blacklisted" in the recording industry because of his song "Ghetto Qu'ran".

Unable to find a studio to work with in the U.S, he traveled to Canada. Along with his business partner Sha Money XL, he recorded over thirty songs for mixtapes, with the purpose of building a reputation.

According to Shady Records A&R Marc Labelle in an interview with HitQuarters, Jackson shrewdly used the mixtape circuit to his own advantage saying, "He took all the hottest beats from every artist and flipped them with better hooks. They then got into all the markets on the mixtapes and all the mixtape DJs were messing with them." Jackson's popularity rose and in 2002, he released material independently on the mixtape, Guess Who's Back?. Beginning to attract interest, and now backed by G-Unit, Jackson continued to release music including 50 Cent Is the Future. The mixtape revisited material by Jay-Z and Raphael Saadiq.

 2002–2009: Rise to fame

In 2002, Eminem listened to a copy of Jackson's Guess Who's Back? CD. He received the CD through Jackson's attorney, who was working with Eminem's manager Paul Rosenberg. Impressed with the album, Eminem invited Jackson to fly to Los Angeles, where he was introduced to Dr. Dre. After signing a $1 million record deal, Jackson released the mixtape, No Mercy, No Fear. It featured one new track, "Wanksta", which was put on Eminem's 8 Mile soundtrack. He was also signed to Chris Lighty's Violator Management and Sha Money XL's Money Management Group.

In February 2003, Jackson released his commercial debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin'. Allmusic described it as "probably the most hyped debut album by a rap artist in about a decade". Rolling Stone noted the album for its "dark synth grooves, buzzy keyboards and a persistently funky bounce" with Jackson complementing the production in "an unflappable, laid-back flow".

It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, selling 872,000 copies in the first four days. The lead single, "In da Club", which The Source noted for its "blaring horns, funky organs, guitar riffs and sparse hand claps", broke a Billboard record as the most listened-to song in radio history within a week.

Interscope granted Jackson his own label, G-Unit Records in 2003. He signed Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck as the established members of G-Unit. The Game was later signed under a joint venture with Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment.

In March 2005, Jackson's second commercial album, The Massacre, sold 1.14 million copies in the first four days-the highest in an abbreviated sales cycle- and peaked at number one on the Billboard 200 for six weeks.

He became the first solo artist to have three singles on the Billboard top five in the same week with "Candy Shop", "Disco Inferno", and "How We Do". Rolling Stone noted that "50's secret weapon is his singing voice - the deceptively amateur-sounding tenor croon that he deploys on almost every chorus".


After The Game's departure, Jackson signed singer Olivia and rap veterans Mobb Deep to G-Unit Records. Spider Loc, M.O.P., 40 Glocc and Young Hot Rod later joined the label. Jackson expressed interest in working with rappers outside of G-Unit, such as Lil' Scrappy of BME, LL Cool J from Def Jam, Mase from Bad Boy, and Freeway of Roc-A-Fella, some of whom he recorded with. In September 2007, he released his third album Curtis, which was inspired by his life before Get Rich or Die Tryin'. It debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, selling 691,000 units in the first week, behind Kanye West's Graduation, whom he had a sales competition with, as both albums were released on the same day.

He confirmed on TRL on September 10, 2008 that his fourth studio album, Before I Self Destruct, will be "done and released in November".

On May 18, 2009, Jackson released a song entitled "Ok, You're Right". The song was produced by Dr. Dre and was included in Before I Self Destruct.

In Fall 2009, 50 Cent appeared in the new season of VH1's Behind The Music.

On September 3, 2009 months upon the release of his "Before I Self Destruct" album 50 Cent posted a video for the Soundkillers' Phoenix produced track "Flight 187" which introduced his mixtape, the 50th LAW, and was also featured as a bonus track on his iTunes release of Before I Self Destruct. The song ignited speculation that there was tension between rapper 50 Cent and Jay Z for Jackson's comments in the song.

 2010–present
In an interview with the British entertainment website ContactMusic, 50 Cent announced that he was working on a dance album named Black Magic. 50 Cent said he was inspired by the European nightclubs. "First they played hip-hop which suddenly changed to uptempo songs, known as Eurodance". He went on The Invitation Tour in the summer of 2010, in support of Before I Self Destruct album, and the then shelved Black Magic album. He "recorded 20 songs to a whole different album concept" before he put those to the side and did something different.

50 Cent revealed that he wanted his new album to have the same "aggression" as his debut record, Get Rich or Die Tryin'.

He later tweeted that the album was "80 percent done", and stated that fans can expect the album in the summer of 2011; however, the album has been delayed to 2012 at the earliest, due to tensions and disagreements at Interscope Records, Later 50 Cent said that he will release his album in November 2011 and it has also been confirmed that "Black Magic" will not be the album's title. 50 Cent has already confirmed that Eminem will appear on the album, but he also confirmed that he has been working with new producers such as Boi-1da and Alex da Kid. Cardiak, who produced Lloyd Banks' “Start It Up”, also confirmed that he had produced a song for the upcoming album.

DJ Whoo Kid confirmed in an interview that 50 Cent was filming a new movie with Robert DeNiro in New Orleans.

50 Cent released the first song from his fifth studio album, titled "Outlaw", to the Internet on June 16, 2011.

The single was produced by Cardiak.

It was released to iTunes on July 19, 2011, although 50 Cent confirmed through his Twitter account that the song was not the album's first single.

50 Cent is set to release a book titled Playground.

Unlike his previous literary efforts — which focus on his life story and the rules of power — this time he's aiming at a teen audience with a semi-autobiographical novel about bullying. According to a statement from the book's publisher, the first-person novel is slated for release in January 2012 and will tell the story of a 13-year-old schoolyard bully "who finds redemption as he faces what he's done."

50 Cent has promised to deliver his fifth studio album album over the past few years, but the LP may be delayed until 2012. In a series of tweets, 50 Cent explained that him and his label Interscope Records aren’t on the same page on how to roll out the album and that he’s delaying its release until they see eye to eye.

50 Cent later suggested that his album will be releasing in November 2011, along with his headphone line SMS by 50.

50 Cent spoke to MTV in relation to the possibility of leaving Interscope Records. "I don't know," 50 told MTV News when asked if he would ink back with Interscope once his five-album deal was fulfilled. "It will all be clear in the negotiations following me turning this actual album in. 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."

On June 20, 2011, 50 Cent announced that he will release an LP titled Before I Self Destruct II. The announced sequel to his 2009 LP is suggested to be released after his fifth studio album.

On June 26, 2011, 50 Cent planned to shoot a music video for the lead single from his fifth studio album titled I'm On It. However, the music video never surfaced.

50 Cent spoke to Shade45 in relation guest appearances for his fifth studio album. "I did four songs in Detroit with Eminem. I did two with Just Blaze, a Boi-1da joint, and I did something with Alex da Kid. We made two that are definite singles and the other two are the kinds of records that we been making, more aimed at my core audience, more aggressive, more of a different kind of energy to it."

In September 2011, 50 Cent released a song titled "Street King Energy Track #7" in attempt to promote his charitable energy drink Street King.

On September 28, 2011, it was confirmed that 50 Cent is shooting a music video for his lead single from his fifth studio album titled "Girls Go Wild", which features Jeremih.

On October 26, 2011, 50 Cent announced that his fifth studio album will be released in December 2011.

 personal life
Jackson has a tattoo of "Marquise" with an axe on his right biceps. "The axe is 'cause I'm a warrior. I don't want him to be one, though," he explains. He also has "50", "Southside", and "Cold World" inscribed on his back because "I'm a product of that environment. It's on my back, though, so it's all behind me."

 Family
On October 13, 1997, Jackson's then-girlfriend Shaniqua Tompkins gave birth to a son, Marquise Jackson.

The birth of his son changed Jackson's outlook on life: "When my son came into my life, my priorities changed, because I wanted to have the relationship with him, that I didn't have with my father." He credited his son for inspiring his career and being "motivation to go in a different direction".

 Politics
In 2005, Jackson expressed support for President George Walker Bush after rapper Kanye West criticized him for the slow response in assisting the Hurricane Katrina victims.

If his felony convictions did not prevent him from voting, he claimed he would have voted for Bush.

He later stated that Bush "has less compassion than the average human. By all means, I don't aspire to be like George Bush."

 Wealth
In 2007, Jackson was the second wealthiest performer in the rap industry, behind Jay-Z. He resides in Farmington, Connecticut, in the former mansion of ex-boxer Mike Tyson.

He put the mansion for sale at $18.5 million to move closer to his son who lives in Long Island with his ex-girlfriend. On October 12, 2007, the Mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut declared it "50 Cent Curtis Jackson Day". He was honored with a key to the city and an official proclamation.

One of his homes in New York purchased for 2.4 million dollars in January 2007 and at the center of a lawsuit between Jackson and ex-girlfriend Shaniqua Tompkins caught fire on May 30, 2008 while he was out of town filming for a movie in Louisiana.

In December 2008 Jackson told the Canadian press that he had been affected by the recession, losing several million dollars in the stock market as an investor. He also went on to say that he had been unable to sell his Connecticut mansion and pushed Before I Self-Destruct back because of the recent economic downturn.

 Legal issues
On June 29, 1994, Jackson was arrested for helping to sell four vials of cocaine to an undercover police officer. He was arrested again three weeks later when police searched his home and found heroin, ten ounces of crack cocaine, and a starter gun.

He was sentenced to three to nine years in prison, but managed to serve six months in a shock incarceration boot camp where he earned his GED. Jackson said that he did not use cocaine himself, he only sold it.

His ex-girlfriend Shaniqua Tompkins sued Jackson for $50 million, claiming that he said that he would take care of her for life; the suit, which includes 15 claims was later dismissed by a judge, calling it "an unfortunate tale of a love relationship gone sour."

50 Cent was sentenced to two years probation on July 22, 2005 from an incident in May 2004 when 50 Cent jumped into the audience after being hit with a water bottle. He was charged with three counts of assault and battery.

 Lawsuits
On July 21, 2007, Jackson filed a $1 million lawsuit against advertising company Traffix Inc. of Pearl River, New York for using his image in a promotion which he claims threatens his safety.

He became aware of the internet ad after one of his staff members saw it on a MySpace page. According to court documents, the ad features a cartoon image of the rapper and the message: "shoot the rapper and you will win $5000 or five ring tones guaranteed".

Though the ad did not use his name, the image allegedly intended to resemble him, suggesting he endorsed the ad.

The lawsuit calls it a "vile, tasteless and despicable" use of 50 Cent's image that "quite literally calls for violence against him". The lawsuit seeks for unspecified punitive damages and a permanent injunction against the use of his image without permission.

In November 2009, 50 Cent won in a lawsuit against Taco Bell over the fast food chain using his name to promote the brand without his permission.

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Name Duration Released
Do You Think About Me 03:26 2010
So Disrespectful 03:39 16/11/2009
I Got Swag 03:34 16/11/2009
Death To My Enemies 03:46 16/11/2009
Gangsta's Delight 03:14 16/11/2009
Then Days Went By 03:44 16/11/2009
Get It Hot 02:59 16/11/2009
The Invitation 02:54 16/11/2009
Strong Enough 03:02 16/11/2009
Stretch 04:07 16/11/2009
R. Kelly 04:20 16/11/2009
Crime Wave 03:44 16/11/2009
OK, You're Right 03:04 16/11/2009
Hold Me Down 03:19 16/11/2009
Governor 03:26 16/11/2009
Eminem 04:45 16/11/2009
Ne-Yo 03:33 16/11/2009
Baby By Me 03:35 10/2009
Suicide Watch , The Notorious B.I.G. 03:41 03/2009
Touch Me 03:49 03/2009
Respect It or Not 04:43 03/2009
London Girl 02:47 03/2009
I'm Paranoid 03:24 03/2009
Michael Jackson Freestyle 02:29 03/2009
Dreaming 04:38 03/2009
If U Leaving, Then Leave... 05:13 03/2009
Funny How Time Flies 03:52 03/2009
Get The Money 05:01 03/2009
Things We Do 03:08 03/2009
Put That Work In 01:48 03/2009
I Get It In 03:21 2009
Get Up 03:15 07/10/2008
My Gun Go Off 03:12 11/09/2007
Straight to the Bank 03:10 11/09/2007
Touch the Sky 03:10 11/09/2007
Movin' on Up 03:24 11/09/2007
Curtis 187 03:57 11/09/2007
Follow My Lead 03:17 11/09/2007
All of Me 03:51 11/09/2007
Ayo Technology 04:07 11/09/2007
Come & Go 03:28 11/09/2007
Fire 02:49 11/09/2007
I Get Money 03:43 11/09/2007
Peep Show 03:52 11/09/2007
I'll Still Kill 03:43 11/09/2007
Fully Loaded Clip 03:13 11/09/2007
Man Down 02:49 11/09/2007
Amusement Park 03:09 11/09/2007
Things Change 03:59 08/11/2005
Window Shopper 03:10 08/11/2005
What If 03:05 08/11/2005
Fake Love 03:20 08/11/2005
I'll Whip Ya Head Boy 03:56 08/11/2005
Hustler's Ambition 03:57 08/11/2005
Get Low 03:56 08/11/2005
Best Friend 04:11 08/11/2005
Don't Need No Help 02:50 08/11/2005
When It Rains, It Pours 04:02 08/11/2005
We Both Think Alike 03:05 08/11/2005
Talk About Me 03:41 08/11/2005
Have a Party 03:55 08/11/2005
I Don't Know Officer 04:32 08/11/2005
When Death Becomes You 03:05 08/11/2005
You a Shooter 03:05 08/11/2005
You Already Know 04:15 08/11/2005
Born Alone, Die Alone 03:00 08/11/2005
Get in My Car 04:05 03/03/2005
Position of Power 03:12 03/03/2005
Outta Control 03:21 03/03/2005
My Toy Soldier 03:44 03/03/2005
Candy Shop 03:29 03/03/2005
Gunz Come Out 04:24 03/03/2005
Gatman and Robbin' 03:46 03/03/2005
Just a Lil Bit 03:57 03/03/2005
Hate It or Love It 05:23 03/03/2005
Piggy Bank 04:15 03/03/2005
Disco Inferno 03:34 03/03/2005
I Don't Need 'Em 03:20 03/03/2005
I'm Supposed to Die Tonight 03:51 03/03/2005
Ryder Music 03:51 03/03/2005
So Amazing 03:16 03/03/2005
This Is 50 03:04 03/03/2005
A Baltimore Love Thing 04:17 03/03/2005
God Gave Me Style 03:01 03/03/2005
In My Hood 03:51 03/03/2005
Ski Mask Way 03:05 03/03/2005
Build You Up 02:55 03/03/2005
21 Questions Track Listings 00:00 29/04/2003
If I Can't 03:16 06/02/2003
Gotta Make It to Heaven 04:01 06/02/2003
Heat 04:14 06/02/2003
Don't Push Me 04:08 06/02/2003
High All the Time 04:29 06/02/2003
21 Questions 03:44 06/02/2003
In da Club 03:13 06/02/2003
Poor Lil Rich 03:19 06/02/2003
Many Men 04:16 06/02/2003
Like My Style 03:13 06/02/2003
Patiently Waiting 04:48 06/02/2003
P.I.M.P. 04:09 06/02/2003
What Up Gangsta 02:59 06/02/2003
Back Down 04:03 06/02/2003
Blood Hound 04:00 06/02/2003
Bad News 04:23 2003
No Introduction 01:35 2003
Crazy 01:49 2003
Ecstasy 03:58 2003
C.R.E.A.M. Freestyle 03:02 2003
Riding Through the Hood 02:44 2003
Look What You Made Me Do 04:10 2003
The Notorious B.I.G. 05:20 2003
Follow Me Gangsta 03:19 2003
Burn Freestyle 01:45 2003
Beef Wit' Me 01:53 2003
Bump That Freestyle 03:00 2003
Who Shot Ya? 02:00 2003
The Truth – Your Not Ready 03:19 2003
Soldier 03:43 01/08/2002
Part 2 & Bump Heads 03:41 01/08/2002
After My Chedda 02:50 01/08/2002
Scarlet Skit 01:20 01/08/2002
Back Seat/Tony Yayo 03:03 01/08/2002
Whoo Kid 02:42 01/08/2002
Banks Victory 03:29 01/08/2002
Funk Flex 02:04 01/08/2002
Fat Bitch 03:28 01/08/2002
Clue Shit 02:50 01/08/2002
Elementary 03:37 01/08/2002
Say What You Say 04:03 01/08/2002
Star & Buc Outro 01:35 01/08/2002
Green Lantern 01:36 01/08/2002
G-Unit Skit 00:42 01/08/2002
Wanksta 03:44 01/08/2002
MTV Intro 00:53 01/08/2002
E.M.S. 01:35 01/08/2002
G-Unit/U.T.P. 03:41 01/08/2002
Da Repercussions 03:28 25/01/2000
I'm a Hustler 03:55 25/01/2000
As the World Turns 04:20 25/01/2000
Power of the Dollar 03:26 25/01/2000
That Ain't Gangsta 03:25 25/01/2000
You Ain't No Gangsta 03:37 25/01/2000
Your Life's on the Line 03:38 25/01/2000
Gun Runner 01:55 25/01/2000
Corner Bodega 01:36 25/01/2000
Slow Doe 03:54 25/01/2000
The Good Die Young 04:02 25/01/2000
Thug Love 03:16 25/01/2000
The Hit 03:41 25/01/2000
Material Girl 04:35 25/01/2000
Intro 01:11 25/01/2000
Money by Any Means 04:03 25/01/2000
How to Rob 04:25 25/01/2000
Rowdy Rowdy 00:00 1999

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