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50 Cent has released tons of classic material on both studio albums and mixtapes. Everybody has a favorite. One album that stands out in my opinion is 'The Massacre.'
The cd gave you the perfect blend of radio friendly tunes like "Candy Shop" and "Just A Lil Bit." At the same time you had street tales like "Baltimore Love Thing," "This Is 50," and "Gunz Come Out."
The cd dropped in March 2005. In September of that same year a deluxe edition was released. Included with it was a dvd with all of the album's songs in video format. It's the first time that had ever been done, and it gave fans the rare chance to get visuals for songs they never would have.
The album was released several days early to prevent leakage, yet it still managed to sell 1.14 million copies the 1st week.
So which song/video is your favorite from the album?
"In My Hood" Produced By Bang Out
"This Is 50" Prod. By Sha Money XL
"I'm Supposed To Die Tonight" Prod. By Eminem
"Piggy Bank" Prod. By Needlz
"Gatman and Robin" ft Eminem Prod. By Eminem
"Candy Shop" Ft. Olivia Prod. By Scott Storch
"Outta Control (Original Version) Prod. By Dr. Dre & Mike Elizondo
"Get In My Car" Prod. By Hi Tek
"Ski Mask Way" Prod. By Disco D
"Baltimore Love Thing" Prod. By Cue
Ryder Musik (Prod By Hi Tek)
"Disco Inferno" Prod By C. Styles & Bang Out
"Just A Lil Bit" Prod. By Scott Storch
"Gunz Come Out" Prod. By Dr. Dre, Mike Elizondo
"My Toy Soldier" Ft. Tony Yayo Prod. By Eminem
"Position Of Power" J.R. Rotem
"Build You Up" Ft. Jamie Foxx Prod. By Scott Storch
"God Gave Me Style" Prod. By Needlz
"So Amazing" Ft. Olivia Prod By J.R. Rotem
"I Don't Need 'Em" Prod. By Buckwild
50 Cent "Outta Control Remix" ft Mobb Deep Prod. By Dr. Dre (on Re-Release Deluxe Edition)