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50 cents debut promises to set the pace for hip-ho p in coming years. The product of his un-relenting drive, talents, and realness, 50's official first album promises to do for him just what it says. Second single "In Da Club" produced by Dr. Dre.
50 cents debut promises to set the pace for hip-ho p in coming years. The product of his un-relenting drive, talents, and realness, 50's official first album promises to do for him just what it says. Second single "In Da Club" produced by Dr. Dre.
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Format: CD
Label: ISC
Catalog: 493544
Rel. Date: 02/06/2003
UPC: 606949354428

Get Rich Or Die Tryin'
Artist: 50 Cent
Format: CD
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50 cents debut promises to set the pace for hip-ho p in coming years. The product of his un-relenting drive, talents, and realness, 50's official first album promises to do for him just what it says. Second single "In Da Club" produced by Dr. Dre.

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''Get Rich or Die Tryin'' is the debut studio album of American rapper 50 Cent, released February 4, 2003 on Aftermath Entertainment under a joint venture with Shady Records and distribution by Interscope Records. Its initially planned release was pushed seven days ahead due to heavy bootlegging and Internet leakage. The album featured production from Dr. Dre and Eminem, among others and featured guest appearances from Eminem and then-newcomers Young Buck, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo.

The album debuted at number one on the U.S. ''Billboard'' 200 chart, selling 872,000 copies in its first week. It spawned five singles, including the number 1-hits "In da Club", "21 Questions", "Wanksta", and the international single "P.I.M.P.". By December 2003, ''Get Rich or Die Tryin'' had sold six million copies in the United States and was certified sextuple platinum by the RIAA. Upon its release, the album received generally positive reviews from most music critics and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album, losing to OutKast's ''Speakerboxxx/The Love Below'' at the 46th Grammy Awards. - Wikipedia

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