He had a little intro n that was it
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Don't include that mess amongst that greatness listed
50 only had the intro and ad-libs on Let Me In and was not on Shorty Wanna Ride.
50 did dre a favor & obviously game being from compton is the reason dre vouched for him, you cant be srs
Dre wasnt even the boss, it was jimmy
Preach!!! and once again has any1 ever heard 50 version of these songs since they were suppose to be his? they should exist somewhere right?
i'm pretty sure it wasn't Jimmy who told Dre to sign a West Coast cat tho, i'm sure Dre wanted to do that since the last person to really carry the West like that was Snoop.
But you think jimmy was gonna put him out without associating him with the biggest rapper in the game, thats where the favor from fif came from
but Em & Dre did the same with Fif. they put him on that platform like 50 did with Game. 50 didn't want Game to be bigger than him, he was on his way of becoming that with The Documentary. 5 Million records sold out the gate isn't by luck.
It was the 50 co sign bruh. How much he sell before and after 50?
50 was already hot from wanksta, he wasnt signed when that dropped, like i said before 50 was on a successful tour independently funded by master p before he got signed
nah that's not being indie, that's the power of Interscope. even 50 stated about Drake who was getting his records being spinned on radio, when a song is played constantly on local radios it's being pushed by a major record label. here's the video
50 was signed to Interscope in June 2002 the mixtape u talkin bout No Mercy No Fear came out in August 2002 so as I said he was signed when Wanksta came out
but he was forced by the masses, having your record played over and over is being fed by the record labels approval. a underground artist doesn't get his records spun out of control like Wanksta & In Da Club