50 Cent Songs

How We Do [Throwback]
How We Do [Throwback]
The Game Feat. 50 Cent
THROWBACK
Despite just how heralded their working relationship was, The Game and 50 Cent actually don't have a lot of collaborations together. After news circulated earlier this week citing a possible reunion between once-collaborators and friends, we got pretty excited, and decided for today's TBT song to bring back one of their few collaborations that appeared on The Game's debut album.
No Romeo No Juliet
No Romeo No Juliet
50 Cent Feat. Chris Brown
VERY HOTTTTT
50 Cent dropped The Kanan Tape at the tail end of 2015, and since then, he's been pushing his Sonny Digital-produced record, "I'm The Man," a song Birdman recently endorsed in his HOT 97 interview. 50's decided to follow up the single today with a new Chris Brown collaboration, which sounds like it could potentially get some radio play. The song is set too appear on Kanan: Reloaded, the follow up to his most recent tape that should be impacting soon. It's not clear if this one will be a retail release or yet another free project. Does 50 have a hit on his hands?
I'm The Man (Remix) (CDQ)
I'm The Man (Remix) (CDQ)
50 Cent Feat. Chris Brown
VERY HOTTTTT
Earlier this week, 50 Cent shared a radio rip of the new remix to his Sonny Digital-produced single "I'm the Man," which appeared on December's The Kanan Tape. The new remix includes a new hook from Chris Brown, replacing the background interlude that was sung by Sonny D. on the original. There's also a full verse from Breezy, who's outpouring of emotion contrasts nicely to Fif's somber, monotone raps. 
I'm The Man (Remix) [Radio Rip]
I'm The Man (Remix) [Radio Rip]
50 Cent Feat. Chris Brown
VERY HOTTTTT
Earlier this month, 50 Cent announced that he had a new remix of “I'm The Man” on the way with Chris Brown featured, and tonight he just let it go. Leaving the verses and Sonny Digital production intact, Chris adds his vocals in place of the ATL producer and gives it his Breezy touch. Unfortunately, Fif released a radio rip from earlier in the night, resulting in some unnecessary tags & rewinds, but you get the point. Take a listen and let us know version you you like better?
I Wanna Benz
I Wanna Benz
YG Feat. Nipsey Hussle & 50 Cent
VERY HOTTTTT
At the end of a fairly quiet year for YG, the Bompton rapper has come through tonight with a huge collab off his upcoming sophomore album Still Krazy. The new track, "I Wanna Benz," features Nipsey Hussle and 50 Cent and is produced by London on da Track. What a lineup. The track was premiered by Oliver El-Khatib on episode 12 of OVO Sound Radio. 
Nigga Nigga
Nigga Nigga
50 Cent Feat. Boosie Badazz & Young Buck
VERY HOTTTTT
Boosie gave us quite a scare a few weeks back, revealing that he had been diagnosed with cancer. Yesterday, we got some great news -- that Boosie's surgery had gone well, and that the cancer had been successfully removed from his kidney.
Tryna Fuck Me Over
Tryna Fuck Me Over
50 Cent Feat. Post Malone
VERY HOTTTTT
Earlier this year, Post Malone adopted 50 Cent's "Window Shopper" beat for a fuck-you song to all the haters, titled "#mood." Perhaps the song caught Fif's attention, because Post makes an appearance on 50 Cent's anticipated The Kanan Tape. We didn't know the features beforehand, so it was a pleasant surprise to see Post's name among the guests, as well as Boosie and Young Buck.
I'm The Man
I'm The Man
50 Cent
VERY HOTTTTT
50 Cent’s Kanan Tape was originally set to arrive on Thanksgiving Day, but was held up due to a short film that needed to be finished. Now set to arrive on Wednesday December 9, Fif decides to hold us over while we wait for it with another record off the tape called “Im The Man.”
In Da Club
In Da Club
Rick Ross
VERY HOTTTTT
While we wait for his upcoming Black Market album to arrive next Friday (12/4), Rick Ross decided to treat fans to a new mixtape on Thanksgving titled Renzel Remixes, which saw him spittin’ over some of the industry’s biggest instrumentals, including tracks from Drake, Adele, Future, and many more. But what many of us probably didn’t see coming was Rozay tackling a couple of 50 Cent’s record’s, including his breakout hit “In Da Club.”
Too Rich
Too Rich
50 Cent
VERY HOTTTTT
Just hours away from its release, and 50 Cent continues to roll out new music in support of his upcoming mixtape The Kanan Tape. After hitting us with the track “Body Bags” a couple weeks back, the G-Unit leader decides to come through tonight and share one last leak with us fittingly titled “Too Rich.”
New Chick
New Chick
Jonn Hart Feat. 50 Cent & Kid Ink
VERY HOTTTTT
As effective as it was, 50 Cent was a bit of a strange choice of feature for Jonn Hart's "New Chick". The RnBass sound of the record seemed to call for a verse from another west coaster, and today, Hart has decided to give an one of the region's biggest voices a shot on the official remix. Keeping Fif's 16 intact, Kid Ink now also adds a verse, and as we've heard him do countless times by now, his effortlessly catchy style works perfectly with the glossy synth riff.
Body Bags
Body Bags
50 Cent
VERY HOTTTTT
Man, does the music keep coming today! After getting new albums from Jeezy, Logic, Ty Dolla Sign, Skeme, and Bieber, we've also been treated with plenty of new tracks already as well, including ones from Thugger, Curren$y, & Wiz to name just a few, but that's not all of it. Joining in on the fun today, 50 Cent decides to come through and share the new single “Body Bag,” off his upcoming Kanan mixtape.
Comfortable (Remix)
Comfortable (Remix)
K Camp Feat. 50 Cent & Akon
VERY HOTTTTT
Yesterday K Camp dropped his You Welcome mixtape, the first installment of a trilogy of mixtapes he plans to drop in the near future.
Hate It Or Love It
Hate It Or Love It
The Game Feat. 50 Cent
THROWBACK
Today's #TBT is in honor of The Game, who will release his sixth studio album, Documentary 2, tomorrow (Oct. 9). The album is the sequel to, and arrives over 10 years after, The Documentary, his 2005 debut album, off which this classic, "Hate It Or Love It," is taken. At the time, Game was signed to 50's G-Unit, and both were signed to Dre's Aftermath. Since, after one of the decade's top beefs, they've gone separate ways, but "Hate It Or Love It" remains a shining moment in hip-hop history. 
9 Shots
9 Shots
50 Cent
VERY HOTTTTT
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)
Rick Ross Feat. YOWDA & Philthy Rich
HOTTTTT
Ricky Rozay uses this new "Wing Stop" remix as an opportunity to take a few shots at 50 Cent.
New Chick
New Chick
Jonn Hart Feat. 50 Cent & Riz Selfmade
VERY HOTTTTT
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
50 Cent
THROWBACK
"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
Lotto
Rotimi Feat. 50 Cent
HOTTTTT
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
Birthday
Elle Varner Feat. 50 Cent
HOTTTTT
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.