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50 Cent Curtis James Jackson III (born July 6, 1975 in South Jamaica, Queens, New York), better known by his stage name 50 Cent, is a Grammy award nominated rapper, actor, singer, entrepreneur, author and founder of the hip hop group and label G-Unit. After leaving drug dealing to pursue a rap career, he released his debut album Guess Who's Back? in 2002. He was discovered by Eminem and Dr. Dre and then signed to Interscope Records.

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1. Download Get Rich Or Die Tryin' (Parental Advisory) (2003) from iMesh
2003
2. Download The Massacre (Parental Advisory) (2005) from iMesh
2005
3. Download 50 Cent X-Posed: The Interview (2005) from iMesh
2005
4. Download Best Friend (Single) (2006) from iMesh
2006
5. Download I'll Whip Ya Head Boy  (Single) (2006) from iMesh
2006
6. Download 50 Cent Is The Future (Parental Advisory) (2006) from iMesh
2006
7. Download Straight To The Bank (Single) (Parental Advisory) (2007) from iMesh
2007
8. Download Get Up (Single)(Parental Advisory) (2008) from iMesh
2008
9. Download I Get It In (Single) (2009) from iMesh
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10. Download Before I Self-Destruct (Deluxe Version) (Parental Advisory) (2009) from iMesh
2009
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12. Download Curtis   (2007) from iMesh
2007
13. Download Haters (Feat. 50 Cent, Roscoe Dash & Shawty Lo) - Single (2011) from iMesh
2011
14. Download Sincerely Yours, Southside (2008) from iMesh
2008
15. Download Before I Self-Destruct - The Selects (Parental Advisory) (2009) from iMesh
2009
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2006
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2010
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2009
19. Download Baby By Me (Benny Benassi Remix) (2010) from iMesh
2010
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2007
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2011
22. Download Curtis  (Parental Advisory) (2007) from iMesh
2007
23. Download G-Unit Radio 17: Best In The Bizness (Parental Advisory) (2007) from iMesh
2007
24. Download Before I Self-Destruct - The Selects  (2009) from iMesh
2009
25. Download Here We Go Again (Feat. 50 Cent) - Single (2010) from iMesh
2010
26. Download Get Rich Or Die Tryin' / The Massacre (Parental Advisory) (2009) from iMesh
2009
27. Download I Get Money (Forbes 1,2,3 Remix)(Single) (2007) from iMesh
2007
28. Download The Massacre (Re-Issue) (Parental Advisory) (2005) from iMesh
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31. Download Get Rich Or Die Tryin  (2003) from iMesh
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33. Download Baby By Me (Featuring Ne-Yo) (Digital Dog Club Remix) (Parental Advisory) (2009) from iMesh
2009
34. Download Here We Go Again (Feat. 50 Cent) - Single (2010) from iMesh
2010
35. Download I Get It In (Single)(Parental Advisory) (2009) from iMesh
2009
36. Download Baby By Me (Feat. Ne-Yo) (Max Sanna & Steve Pitron Extended Remix) (Parental Advisory) (2009) from iMesh
2009
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2008
38. Download Straight To The Bank (Single)  (2007) from iMesh
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39. Download God's Plan (Parental Advisory) (2006) from iMesh
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40. Download Before I Self-Destruct (Deluxe Version) (Parental Advisory) (2009) from iMesh
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Curtis James Jackson III (born July 6, 1975 in South Jamaica, Queens, New York), better known by his stage name 50 Cent, is a Grammy award nominated rapper, actor, singer, entrepreneur, author and founder of the hip hop group and label G-Unit. After leaving drug dealing to pursue a rap career, he released his debut album Guess Who's Back? in 2002. He was discovered by Eminem and Dr. Dre and then signed to Interscope Records. He has since released 2003's Get Rich or Die Tryin', 2005's The Massacre, 2007's Curtis and 2009's Before I Self Destruct.

50 Cent has engaged in feuds with other rappers including Jay-Z, Ja Rule, The Game, Cam'ron, Fat Joe, and Rick Ross. 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 is one of the richest hip-hop performers, having a net worth estimated at US $440 million in 2008.

Before 50 Cent ever inked a major deal, he built up a substantial fan base in New York through underground mixtapes. 50 Cent met up with Jam Master Jay of Run-DMC and was signed to his label to write all of Jay’s music. After he’d left JMJ, he signed to Columbia Records in 1996. On this label, he released Power of the Dollar, and the singles How to Rob and Ghetto Qu’ran. Columbia Records released him from the label after being shot on May 24th, 2000.

Around this time, Eminem had heard one of 50 Cent’s demo tapes and expressed a huge interest in him on MTV, as did Dr Dre. Shortly after this, 50 Cent officially signed to Interscope Records. He was the first rapper to sign to the joint label owned by Dr Dre and Eminem. The first song he released on this record was entitled Wanksta and was featured on the 8 Mile soundtrack.

In its first week of release, his debut ”Get Rich Or Die Tryin’” sold 872,000 units - easily reaching Gold status. Within the second week it went Platinum (1 mil) and on April 12th, 2004 the RIAA certified it six times Platinum.

In 2005 he followed the success of his album Get Rich or Die Tryin’ with a new release - The Massacre (originally called St. Valentines Day Massacre until the release date was pushed back). The first single released off this, Disco Inferno, was a huge hit - he followed this hit up by the release of Candy Shop and then again with Just a Lil Bit.

In 2003 Interscope allowed 50 Cent to have his own label - G-Unit records. He first signed Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and Young Buck as the established members of G-Unit. In 2004, Dr. Dre and 50 Cent had signed The Game under a joint venture.

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