50 Cent Songs

  • 9 Shots
    9 Shots
    After premiering the record live last night in NYC, 50 Cent keeps his word and releases the official audio for his new single “9 Shots.”
  • Wing Stop (Remix)
    Wing Stop (Remix)
    Ricky Rozay uses this new "Wing Stop" remix as an opportunity to take a few shots at 50 Cent.
  • New Chick
    New Chick
    Ever since he exploded on to the scene with Who Booty, we've been checking for Jonn Hart, and while it's been a minute since we've heard from him, there's never been a better time for Hart to hit with a big single. As his West Coast-infused style of R&B has grown increasingly common over the last little while, "New Chick," proves that Hart has been developing the style for a couple years now, and as a result, he sounds very comfortable with the RnBass format.
  • Wanksta
    "Wanksta" was the track that put 50 Cent on the map. It initially appeared on 50's 2002 No Mercy, No Fear tape before getting shine via the 8 Mile soundtrack, ultimately peaking at #13 on the Billboard charts. NMNF was his first mixtape after signing with Eminem and Dr. Dre, essentially serving as a warm-up run for Get Rich Or Die Tryin', which dropped in February '03.
  • Lotto
    Rotimi is a multi-talented artist form New Jersey who’s been getting recognition lately for his new role on 50's popular Starz show, “Power”. Tonight, he decides to come through and share his new single “Lotto,” which happens to feature a verse from his new boss 50 Cent.
  • Birthday
    Elle Varner is vying for a hit record with her new single, "Birthday," which appropriately features the "In Da Club" rapper 50 Cent, as rumored. It's a smooth record that is both viable for radio play and club play. This follows up "The End Of The Beginning" from a few weeks back, and it's definitely a step up.
  • Bang Bang
    Bang Bang
    Fresh off the release of his “Doo Doo” video, Troy Ave decides to come through and share his highly anticipated record with 50 Cent titled “Bang Bang”.
  • Get Low
    Get Low
    Yesterday 50 Cent teased fans with the cover art to his new single, "Get Low." The rapper premiered the song on the Breakfast Club this morning, so DJ Envy has the radio rip for us.
  • Paid
    Hours after hitting us with the official video for “Black Rain”, Boosie Badazz decided to surprise fans with a brand new project called Every Ghetto, Every City, Vol. 1, which serves as an introduction to Boosie’s collective of artists, The Bad Azz Music Syndicate. 
  • Drug Money
    Drug Money
    50 Cent teased the artwork for this new single on Instagram this morning, and the song was later premiered by DJ Envy on Power 105.1. Fif has quickly uploaded it to Soundcloud so that we can all give it a spin.
  • The Realist Killas
    The Realist Killas
    We're taking things back real quick for this week's Throwback cut. Not too far back, as this cut was released posthumously in 2003, but nonetheless that's a good twelve years ago. Pac has been immortalized in many different ways, not only through his music and poetry, but through film. There have been many documentaries and films about the legendary rapper, but perhaps the biggest was Resurrection, put out by Paramount. The original soundtrack contained "The Realist Killaz" with a 50 Cent in his prime.
  • Bring My Bottles
    Bring My Bottles
    Young Buck continues his hot streak with a new record today featuring his G-Unit affiliates (although this has not been labeled as G-Unit record), 50 Cent and Tony Yayo. "Bring My Bottles" definitely takes us back to Unit days, with the piano key melody and Buck's killer hook. No details as to what project this song will live on, but this is Buck's second track in recent days, as he dropped off
  • Ease Up
    Ease Up
    On Saturday, G-Unit shared "Big Body Benz," the first of two bonus tracks included on the physical edition of their Beauty Of Independence EP available exclusively at Best Buy. Today, the second, "Ease Up," has been freed.
  • Big Body Benz
    Big Body Benz
    On Tuesday, November 10th, G-Unit will be releasing their EP The Beauty Of Independence on physical copies, partnering with Best Buy for a deluxe, limited edition that will feature two bonus tracks. Along with "Ease Up," the Ky Miller-produced "Big Body Benz" will show up on there -- and now you can stream it via the group's SoundCloud.
  • Century Love
    Century Love
    Men In My Head is a soul/disco group that counts Century 21 owner Eddie Gindi as a member, and the collective have thus contributed to the real estate company's new charity single, "Century Love", which also features a verse from 50 Cent. The songs proceeds are set to go to the families 9/11 victims, which 50 -- as a New Yorker -- is a cause that hits close to home.
  • All About The Drug Money
    All About The Drug Money
    G-Unit are back with a vengeance, sounding like they never left (or beefed). After surprising us with their The Beauty Of Independence EP, the crew continues their slaughter of beats, with a new freestyle over Troy Ave's "All About The Money."
  • Hail Mary (Murder Inc. Diss)
    Hail Mary (Murder Inc. Diss)
    We have a persistent commenter asking us to throw up a Murder Inc. throwback record, and I promise it'll happen soon, but this week we're going with 50 Cent's infamous diss records towards Irv Gotti's crew and Ja Rule specifically, with assistance from Eminem and Busta Rhymes. Sorry (not sorry). This is almost like a Murder Inc. throwback, right?
  • Changes
    Perhaps nothing displays The Beauty Of Independence better than the ability to release music how you want to, when you want to. Out to flex their newfound abilities, 50 and company returned today with a brand new six-track EP to hold fans over to their album drop later this year.  "Changes," a highlight off of the new EP, features 50 addressing his broken relationship with Dre and Jimmy Iovine over headphones while the rest of the Unit spits about changes of their own.
  • Ahhh Shit
    Ahhh Shit
    "Ever since Mike Brown went down, my whole city like 'fuck a cop'" That sentiment, found on G-Unit's new track "Ahhh Shit," is one that many Americans can probably relate to in the wake of the 18-year-old Ferguson, MO resident's death. Following a powerful track by J. Cole addressing the situation, Young Buck, Kidd Kidd and 50 Cent offer their own two cents.
  • Come Up
    Come Up
    After a slew of freestyles over some of the hottest beats, G-Unit return this Monday morning with some more new music! The reunited 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and Tony Yayo, plus Kidd Kidd, give us an old school feel on "Come Up" which DJ Envy premiered this morning. We recently had a poll on the best G-Unit freestyle since their return, and the very first one "Nah I'm Talkin' 'Bout" won the vote.
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