Monthly Archives: October 2015

50 Cent’s Hardest Diss Lines

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Diss tracks have long been the standard bearer of great rap beefs, regardless of what today’s meme-ified social media culture may say, and there’s no one who’s more prolific at beefing with other rappers than 50 Cent. The G-Unit chief has been involved in some of the most high-profile feuds in hip-hop history, most notably with his Queens rival Ja Rule and former G-Unit soldier The Game.

Curtis vs. LAX

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Curtis vs. LAX

Release Date: “Curtis” – September 11, 2007  | “LAX” – August 26, 2008

Metacritic Scores:  “Curtis” – 58%  | “LAX” – 65%

The Massacre vs. The Doctor’s Advocate

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Release Date: “The Massacre” – March 3, 2005 | “The Doctor’s Advocate” – November 14, 2006

Metacritic Scores: “The Massacre” – 66% | “The Doctor’s Advocate” – 73%

DX Scores: “The Massacre” – 3.5 | “The Doctor’s Advocate” – 3.5

Who’s DJ?

50gun50Cent's twitter:'Man this lunch money I gotta go to work I'm still up, no Sleep at all. NEW MUSIC this week,Off The KANAN tape. #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO.' 50 Cent's twitter posts has many viewers, he always share his experience and important knowledge in business and life. One his quote from twitter was used in Amazon.com project: betas TV series, in episod 1. I hope new mixtape will start new era in hip-hop. 50 Cent created great mixtapes.

"I don't display emotions. I have every feeling that everyone else has, but I've developed ways to suppress them. Anger is one of my most comfortable feelings."

"I like generals. I like Napoleon. I like strategy. The majority of them are praised for mass destruction, but it's exciting to see how it comes to the mind mentally."

Lil Wayne, Nas, Scarface, E-40, Busta Rhymes can’t replace 50 Cent! (update)

documentary2The Game’s debut album ‘The Documentary’ is blockbuster album. 50 Cent created gold songs for Game’s album: ‘Westside Story’, ‘How We Do’ and ‘Hate It or Love It’. This songs changed hip-hop, started new era. The Game was number one rapper in G-Unit after 50 Cent. But The Game is traitor genius. He didn’t support 50 Cent in his battle against New-York rappers: Nas and Fat Joe. 50 dropped The Game from G-Unit Records. G-Unit was new version of ‘The Beatless’, but The Game broke this mega-[/su_animate]group. The Game released many album after G-Unit, but they have not such success, such had 'The Documentary'.

Managerial crisis: Comany needs good executives

CrisisManagement_Umbrella'Talant is not important in music business, all you need is good manager' said one of the most sucessful manager from entertainment business. Jimmy Iovin(head of Interscope) halped 50 Cent to built good business system. Jimmy add Derick Prosper to G-Unit managment. In 2004-2007 Derick Prosper run G-Unit. He oversaw all elements of album production of 50 Cent and entire G-Unit artist roster, helping the company to sell over 20 million copies worldwide in three years. Responsibilities included song concept development, hiring of mix engineers and studio musicians, album mastering sequencing and delivery of master copies. Managing relationships with key music producers and music composers, background vocalists and studio musicians for all G-Unit projects. He liaised with label and music publishers to approve sample usage and sync licensing. Composed opening scene logo for MTV Films/Get Rich or Die Tryin’. Served as Music supervisor for Vivendi Universal computer game 50 Cent Bulletproof.