G-Unit – Feel Good video
50 Cent – Ayo Technology live on Letterman video
01. Hood Newz – Madison Square Garden Screamfest (Intro) 02:37
02. 50 Cent – I Get Money (Remix) (feat. Jay-Z, P. Diddy) 05:17
03. 50 Cent – So Seriuos UK Style (feat. Chris Rock) 02:51
04. 50 Cent – Family Matters (Sabrina’s Baby Boy) 03:21
05. Young Buck – Class Is In Session 03:39
06. 50 Cent – No More New Niggas (feat. Eminem) 02:40
07. Hood Newz – Search For Camron 01:14
08. 50 Cent – Dont Wanna Talk About It 02:05
09. 50 Cent – Curtis 187 01:27
10. 50 Cent – Coke Life (feat. Tony Yayo & Lloyd Banks) 03:12
11. 50 Cent – I Still Kill (feat. Akon) 03:44
12. 50 Cent – Southside (feat. Tony Yayo & Lloyd Banks) 03:44
13. Young Buck – Get Down 02:48
14. 50 Cent – Officer Down (Original Version) 02:29
15. Hood Newz – Search For Camron 2 (Jim Jones Speaks) 02:23
16. 50 Cent – Im On Some Shit (feat. Tony Yayo & Lloyd Banks) 03:30
17. 50 Cent – Smile 04:20
18. Young Buck – Ride 03:08
19. DJ Whoo Kid – Pimpin Ken (Skit) 00:54
20. 50 Cent – Part Time Lover 04:07
21. DJ Whookid – Kenny Chesney (Skit) 01:34
22. Young Buck – Personal (Unity) 04:45
23. DJ Whoo Kid – Camron Found (Hood Newz) 01:25
24. DJ Whoo Kid – Down To Ride (feat. Jim Jones) 03:25
25. DJ Whoo Kid – Hot 97 Plug 00:17
26. DJ Whoo Kid – Outro 00:34
Pow Radio Vol. 6: Whoo Kid’s Birthday
01. Whoo Kid – Birthday Intro 00:33
02. Whoo Kid – Movies 00:22
03. 50 Cent – Get Money Remix (feat. Jay-Z, Diddy) 04:09
04. Jim Jones – Bg Roll (feat. Max B, Mel Matrix) 03:48
05. D.O.E. – Bottom To The Top 03:06
06. 40 Glocc – Untitled Track (feat. Tony Yayo) 02:14
07. Maino – I Don’t Fuck Around 03:49
08. Lloyd Banks – Death 02:50
09. Havoc – I Got This (Not On Album) 01:11
10. B.A. – Movin Candy 02:44
11. Jay-Z – Blue Magic 04:10
12. BG – Nigga Owe Me Some Money 04:07
13. Hott Dolla – Who The Fuck Is That (feat. Akon & T-Pain) 02:57
14. 40 Glocc – Getting Richer (feat. Lil’ *******) 03:56
15. Swizz Beat – Money In Bank Remix (feat. Young Jeezy, Eve) 01:57
16. Jim Jones – Pop Bottles (Feat Max B, Mel Matrix) 03:32
17. Young Buck – Money Get Right 03:27
18. Busta Rhymes – Let It Go (feat. Akon) 03:52
19. Young Buck – Teach Em About Playing (feat. C-Bo) 03:30
20. Timbaland Feat D.O.E. – I See You 03:53
50 Cent featuring Robin Thicke – Follow My Lead video
50 Cent recently bet his rap career that he’d outsell Kanye West when their albums drop next month.
Despite holding a more successful track record, skeptics are questioning whether 50 Cent’s Curtis will outsell Kanye West’s Graduation come September 11. Ask 50 and he’ll tell you there’s no way he’ll come in second. In fact, he’s ready to wager his career on it.
“They would like to see Kanye West give me a problem because I’ve worked myself into a space where I’ve become the favorite,” Fif told SOHH exclusively. “Everybody roots for the underdog when he goes against the favorite.
“Put it like this,” 50 told SOHH. “Let’s raise the stakes. If Kanye West sells more records than 50 Cent on September 11, I’ll no longer write music. I’ll write music and work with my other artists, but I won’t put out any more solo albums.
“And I bet this, when Kanye West’s sales come in, he’s gonna have a 70% decrease [the second week] ’cause Def Jam is gonna buy records to keep him closer to 50 Cent,” the Queens rapper added. “So watch the first week and then watch the second week. Watch his @#* drop off the planet. We keep our angles covered before we make a decent bet.”
As previously reported, the two superstars spent time in the studio together working on Fif’s LP, but SOHH has learned that the material they worked on isn’t scheduled to appear on the album’s final version.
“We worked together on an actual record to try and create something,” 50 said. “I went in with Kanye, I went in with Swizz Beatz, I went in with will.i.am, I went in with Polow [Da Don] just to see if they had something that I didn’t, to create a new direction for me that I couldn’t get my hands on. I mean these guys are popular producers [and] have a higher consistency than a guy that’s unknown, but a lot of times they may have music planned that doesn’t fit the project that you’re working on.”
Superstar rappers Kanye West and 50 Cent will go head-to-head on September 11, the day both artists’ sophomore albums land in stores.
While fans of both rappers have relished in the friendly rivalry that seems to be brewing between the pair over the release date, 50 Cent has actually accepted a challenge to debate Kanye West on live TV.
50 Cent appeared on BET’s 106 & Park countdown show on Friday to promote his upcoming album Curtis.
During the show, he accepted an offer from hosts Terrance J. and Rocsi to engage Kanye West in a presidential style “debate” to decide who has the best album, weeks before their albums hit stores.
The rivalry started when West’s release date for his Def Jam/Universal release Graduation was shifted from September 18 to September 11.
Conversely, 50 Cent’s album Interscope/Universal album Curtis was moved from September 4 to September 11.
“I accept the challenge,” 50 Cent told millions of viewers on Friday (August 3). “Kanye, he’s not going to want to show up. Just don’t be asking me if I am a conscious rapper. I know exactly what I am saying – so I am conscious.”
If Kanye were to accept the challenge posed by the hosts, the two colorful, outspoken rappers would appear live on the show to debate who has the better produced album.
50 Cent’s sophomore album The Massacre sold over 1 million copies during its first week in stores, while West’s second album Late Registration moved 860,000 units its first week on the shelves.
While 50 Cent claimed that Def Jam President Jay-Z would cave in and switch Kanye’s release date, Jay-Z himself shot the notion down and welcomed the competition.
Popular gambling website Bodog.com recently began taking bets on which artist will sell more during the first week, if they hit stores on September 11 as planned.
Fans have wagered that 50 Cent’s Curtis will outsell West’s Graduation (180 to 140), while Curtis is also the favorite to top Billboard’s Top 200 album chart.
50 Cent featuring Justin Timberlake – “Ayo Technology” video produced by Timbaland
50 Cent – I Get Money video
Ciara featuring 50 Cent- Can’t Leave ‘Em Alone Video
As the rain came pouring down on fifty five thousand fans in East Rutherford, New Jersey, for Hot 97’s Summer Jam 10, the world’s biggest Hip Hop artist Eminem, took the stage to a crowd heading for the exits. While Eminem has dominated the Hip Hop world ever since his introduction back on ‘The Slim Shady LP’ on June 3rd his accolades meant nothing to a stadium more concerned with seeing the hottest artist of the moment, 50 Cent.