October 04th 2012
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NOW THIS IS MUSIC!! 1 of the GREATES in 50s career
classic shit. wish music was still as good as it was wen this dropped
fuck mmg and fuck ycmb
definition of a classic
50 need to use more beat like this cause most beat that he is using now is kinda weak
50 pls u need to go back to ya old days bro this shit is crazy
He's STILL the truth....you people just forgot.
co sign jeremih
now its tde
50 makin too much money to even give 2 fucks bout haters
i think people who call him whack are kids who were too young to experience th g-unit era. They think MMG or GOOD music have a hype. They just needed to experience G-Unit movement, it would change there whole view on G-Unit.
After N.W.A. G-Unit was the best Gangster rap group. And that will always be.
Only 50Cent could make peace with Fat Joe, diss Puff Daddy, take pictures with Meek Mill & beat up Gunplay at the Same Damn Time in 2012
lol thats true
Obama ain't the 1st black President but the 1st mix-race President.
This album better be G
OK HIPHOPDX !!!! You are HIPPER THAN HIP. THis is a throwback when 50's name was worth checking. what happened to this guy. smh
those were the days
i remember this shit this song cute as fuck
1. New Day feat. Dr. Dre & Alicia Keys (Produced by Dr. Dre)
2. Never Sleep (Produced by Just Blaze)
3. First Date feat. Too $hort (Produced by S1, co. Havoc, co. Magnedo7)
4. Stop Fooling Yourself (Produced by Jake One)
5. By Any Means feat. Young Jeezy & Eminem (Produced by Eminem, co. Jeff Bass)
6. I'm On It (Produced by Havoc, co. Magnedo7)
7. The Psycho (Produced by Dr. Dre, co. Mark Batson)
8.Bodega (Produced by Havoc)
9. Ride Out feat. Trey Songz (Produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League)
10. Lighters feat. Chris Brown (Produced by Boi-1da, co. Arthur McArthur)
11. Popped Off (Produced by Hit-Boy)
12. Parenthood feat. Adam Levine (Produced by Jim Jonsin)
13. Ghetto America (Produced by Havoc, co. Magnedo7)
14. Lover's Lane feat. Ne-Yo (Produced by Hit-Boy)
15. Do Remember (Produced by Havoc)
16. God Sent (Produced by Eminem, co. Jeff Bass)
If this is for real, its gonna be ALBUM OF THE FUCKIN YEAR!
I still play this on my Pod
He said it best
50 in his heyday people sometimes clown Em on his production but fuck man he's made a lot of dope beats.
One of my favorite 50 songs ever
fuck new rap game bunch of fags
"If it's not a classic, when it's done we trash it
Flow I got it mastered
Stunt and get yo' ass kicked, bastard
When measures get drastic
Crocks made out of plastic
Cock it, aim it, blast it!
Run nigga, now stash it!"
These are some of my favorite bars 50 ever dropped. He needs to go back to this flow.
Especially with G-Unit breaking up and Proof getting killed, which eventually led to D12 breaking up as well. It's been a whole decade since The Eminem Show and 8 mile. Rap has changed a lot since but they all left their mark in hip-hop.
EVEN IF 50 PUT THIS OUT NOW OR EVEN GRODT THEY WOULDN'T DO MUCH AND HATERS WOULD STILL HATE BECAUSE THE INDUSTRY HAS CHANGED SO MUCH AND THIS TYPE OF MUSIC ISN'T POPULAR IN MAINSTREAM
2002 was Eminem in his prime. Eminem Show is my personal favorite album from Em. It's his most balanced work. Then he filmed the 8 mile movie the same year and made perhaps his greatest song of all time on the soundtrack. Lose Yourself, Rabbit Run, 8 mile. 'Love Me' with 50 and Obie is another classic.
1999-2006, Shady/Aftermath/G-Unit ran the rap game. Em, D12, 50, Buck, Banks, Game, Obie. GRODT, Beg For Mercy, Hunger For More, Straight Outta Cashville, The Documentary, Encore, The Massacre, D12 World, Cheers, Second Round's On Me, The Re-Up
Those were my early teen years when I was really gettin into rap. The reign was over around 07 when 50 lost those sales to Kanye and Wayne was blowing the fuck up with Carter 3 in 08, and Em went into his hiatus. Rap was never the same since
I miss these days. Damn. :(
Even 50 released good music back then.
"So true, the Shady/Aftermath/G-Unit machine was so powerful if got Tony Yayo selling 214,000 in the first week!"
^ Wow, did this really happen?!
I agree that this the best comment on DX ever I loved that days you talkin about as much as I hate Lil wayne young money period we r in
no rap 'crew' today compares to the power shady/aftermath/gunit had. em and 50 defined rap in the early to mid 2000s
GRODT was the first album i bought too and im 19. the rap game went hollywood and we saw it happen right before our eyes. Its not about struggling anymore its about balling before you even have it. Its not about rapping its about trapping. And 90% of these so called trappers never even been in the hood. Its not about longevity/timelessness in the music its about making disposable music. shit gets old in like a week and then you have to cop the new shit thats poppin. The listening experience from the early 90's to about 2008 was inexplicably different, there was a certain ambiance in the game (for those who held thier own).The game will run full circle. The real heads will be in the cut waiting patiently.
So true, the Shady/Aftermath/G-Unit machine was so powerful if got Tony Yayo selling 214,000 in the first week!
Just could not say it any better, im 20, grew up on those tracks along with BIG, Pac, Dre, Snoop, Cube tracks, much changed, but i really miss those good old songs over whatever comes out right now, you can still bumb it for a day or two and get bored of it, while this you can listen for a very long time and relate to it
Did you read what I said? I said perhaps HIS greatest song ever.
rap never stays the same, to me it got better in 2007 when kanye really took over. but this is all opinion at the end of the day so who cares right?
perhaps the greatest song ever? lol anybody who says that about ANY one song is dickrider.
I can relate to everything you said. I'm 19 now and GRODT was the firsl album I ever bought myself.
This has to be one of the best comments I've ever read on DX
You are not lying.
Ya got that right
just because it dropped 10 years ago doesn't meant it's a classic. it's still a good 50 over a garbage beat. eventually eminem finally understood he should stick to write lyrics
i personally love the beat. to each his own.
Classic, what happened to this 50?
50cent 4 eva
50 4 eva
this 1 song is better than any new xul cat album- period
I love that old 50
timeless classic. beat raw. lyrics raw. 50 going in. plain and simple.
We finna start printin' money...
I got shot up, but I got up and I'm back at it again.
wooww, i hear this for the first time. HOOTTT !!!!!!