Early pressings of Get Rich or Die Tryin' included a limited edition bonus DVD. "[20] It is one of only 19 rap albums to receive a perfect rating from XXL magazine. On 'Paradise,' he raps that COVID-19 is fake and he won't wear masks. This Limited version includes a bonus documentary DVD disc. [1] After signing with Eminem, 50 Cent also worked heavily with Dr. Dre, with the duo acting as the album's executive producers, who worked to combine the gangsta rap and R&B combo prevalent in New York hip hop. As it happens, his friend and former labelmate Eminem has a few Diamond certifications under his belt, earned via The Marshall Mathers LP and The Eminem Show.. OutKast's Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, also released in 2003, holds the prestigious honor. mix-tape album through Jackson's attorney, who was working with Eminem's manager Paul Rosenberg. Prior to the release of his mix-tape, 50 Cent was shot nine times in Queens, New York on May 24, 2000. Following this latest milestone, Fif is only one million short of the coveted diamond status, an accomplishment that only a handful of fellow rappers have achieved. [3] After being impressed with the mixtape, Eminem invited 50 Cent to Los Angeles where he was introduced to producer Dr. [26] The single, "In da Club", earned the number-one spot on Billboard 2003's single and album of the year, the first since Ace of Base had both in the same year. [4] 50 Cent signed a one million dollar record deal with Dr. Dre and released his next mixtape, No Mercy, No Fear. Prior to its release he was just like every other non-famous rapper trying to make a living off of his lyrics; however, this all changed with the release of Get Rich Or Die Trying. 50 Cent - In Da Club (Int'l Version) [Official Video] (Music Video), Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes. The third single "P.I.M.P." Both Eminem and Dr. Dre had started working-productions on his debut album with additional help from producers Mike Elizondo, Sha Money XL among others. It was the third single that peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on "Hot Rap Tracks", becoming the third single from the album to peak in the top then on the "Hot 100" chart. '"[5] 50 Cent responded saying, "I'm two people. 50 Cent's "Get Rich Or Die Tryin'" Hits 8x Platinum Mark. The next single "21 Questions" was not in line to be on the album to Dr. Dre, he stated that he did not want the song on the album. Dre. It was certified Gold by RIAA. [26] The single, "In da Club", earned the number-one spot on Billboard 2003's single and album of the year, the first since Ace of Base had both in the same year. First me this is 50 cents best work! Everything should work stable now. "[20] It is one of only 19 rap albums to receive a perfect rating from XXL magazine. [6][7] The track also reached number one on the Top 40 Tracks, Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, and Hot Rap Tracks charts. The album also contains guest appearances from Eminem, Young Buck, and Nate Dogg, as well as features from G-Unit co-members Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo. It featured the 8 Mile single, "Wanksta", which was later put on Get Rich or Die Tryin'. Throughout GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN', 50 Cent presents a strikingly original, raw worldview, even by the well-traveled genre's bleak and violent standards. 50 Cent signed to Shady Records in 2002 and released his debut studio album, Get Rich or Die Tryin', on February 6, 2003. Sélectionnez la section dans laquelle vous souhaitez faire votre recherche. mix-tape album through Jackson's attorney, who was working with Eminem's manager Paul Rosenberg. "In The Club" was nominated for Best Male Rap Solo Performance and for Best Rap Song. It was released on February 6, 2003, by Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records. A decade after the album first was released, 50 Cent has continued to receive sales from his debut album.