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50 Cent Is the Future

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Released  1 June 2002
Length  49:37
Artist  G-Unit
Recorded  Early 2002; Canada
Label  Street Dance
Release date  1 June 2002
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Producer  DJ Whoo Kid Sha Money XL DJ Clue DJ Kayslay 50 Cent (Executive Producer) , G Unit (Executive Producer) ,
50 Cent Is the Future (2002)  No Mercy, No Fear (2002)
Genres  Hip hop music, Gangsta rap, East Coast hip hop, Hardcore hip hop
Similar  G-Unit albums, Hip hop music albums

50 cent g unit u should be here

50 Cent Is the Future is the first official mixtape released by G-Unit. The mixtape was recorded after his unreleased album Power of the Dollar was recorded and 50 Cent was dropped from the label and blacklisted from the recording industry due to being shot. He then travelled to Canada to record the mixtape. The mixtape mostly revisits material by Mobb Deep and features New Orleans rapper Juvenile's group UTP. After 50 Cent Is the Future, he recorded his 2002 compilation album Guess Who's Back?, which "G-Unit That's What's Up" is included in. The mixtape was named the #7 best mixtape of all time in the XXL Top 10 Mixtapes.



1U Should Be Here3:33
2Bump Dat Street Mix3:07
3The Banks Workout4:02


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