50 Cent Concerts

Get ready for the next concert of 50 Cent, tour 2022

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Popular songs

Top 10 most played songs by 50 Cent in the last 40 concerts.

Setlist profile

Songs to be played live were released on the following albums:

Next Setlist

Listen to the Playlist of the Next Concert (updated after every tour date):

How long is the concert? 50 Cent will be on stage for approx 3:08. Here is the probable setlist based on previous concerts (43% probability):

Song title
  1. Get Rich Or Die Tryin' cover What Up Gangsta
  2. no cover Rider Pt. 2
  3. The Documentary cover Hate It or Love It
  4. Get Rich Or Die Tryin' cover P.I.M.P.
  5. The Massacre cover Candy Shop
  6. Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon cover The Woo (Pop Smoke cover)
  7. La Bella Mafia cover Magic Stick (Lil’ Kim cover)
  8. The Massacre cover Just a Lil Bit
  9. Get Rich Or Die Tryin' cover 21 Questions
  10. Best Of 50 Cent cover Window Shopper
  11. Get Rich Or Die Tryin'- The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack cover Best Friend
  12. Curtis cover I Get Money
  13. The Documentary cover How We Do (The Game cover)
  14. Curtis cover Ayo Technology
  15. Get Rich Or Die Tryin' cover Many Men (Wish Death)
  16. I'm The Man cover I'm The Man
  17. No Romeo No Juliet cover No Romeo No Juliet
  18. The Massacre cover Disco Inferno
  19. Kaya cover Is This Love (Bob Marley & The Wailers cover)
  20. no cover Bitch ( cover)
  21. Mann's World cover Buzzin Remix (Mann cover)
  22. no cover Up! ( cover)
  23. Animal Ambition: An Untamed Desire To Win cover Hustler's Ambition
  24. Big Rich Town cover Big Rich Town
  25. no cover Outta Control Remix
  26. Get Rich Or Die Tryin' cover In da Club
  27. Encore #1

  28. Relapse: Refill cover Crack a Bottle (Eminem cover)
  29. Get Rich Or Die Tryin' cover Patiently Waiting
  30. Window Shopper cover I'll Whip ya Head Boy
  31. Get Rich Or Die Tryin' cover Wanksta
  32. Before I Self-destruct cover Baby by Me
  33. Get Rich Or Die Tryin' cover If I Can't
  34. The Massacre cover In My Hood
  35. no cover Major Distribution

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50 Cent Biography

Curtis James Jackson III, better known by his stage name 50 Cent, is an American rapper. music producer, actor, and businessman. He was born on July 6, 1975 in New York City, New York.

Jackson had a very troubled childhood. His father left and his drug dealer mother died when he was just 8. Thus, he was brought up by his maternal grandmother. As a teenager, he got into boxing and, alas, selling crack cocaine. Subsequently, he was arrested and did his GED during his 6-month jail sentence.

After his release, Jackson got into rapping. He recorded some songs in the basement of his friend. Through another friend of his, he met record producer Jam Master Jay. He taught him all the technicalities of rapping and the music industry, and even featured him on the 1998 song by Onyx “React”. 50 Cent and Jam Master Jay produced an unreleased album together in 1999.

50 Cent still had quite a few speedbumps before hitting mainstream success. He first signed with a major label, Colombia Records, in 2000, while recovering in a hospital from gunshot wounds he sustained during a robbery. However, he was quickly dropped because of the controversy about a song he put out a year before, “Ghetto Qu’ran”

After the setback, 50 Cent was forced to move to Canada to further pursue his music career. A mixtape he produced there got American hip hop superstar Eminem’s attention. He introduced him to Dr. Dre who signed him in a million-dollar deal.

Thus, at last, 50 Cent’s debut studio album was released in February 2003, with the title “Get Rich or Die Tryin'”. It was an immense success, reaching the much-coveted #1 spot on the Billboard 200 list. It sold 8.4 million copies in the US alone.

Since then, 50 Cent released 4 more studio albums, thus he has 5 in total. However, no new 50 Cent album has been released since 2014’s “Animal Ambition”. The best selling one among them has remained his debut album “Get Rich or Die Tryin’”.

The biggest hits on the 50 Cent setlist to date are “In Da Club” (2003), “P.I.M.P” featuring Snoop Dogg and G-Unit (also 2003),  “Candy Shop” featuring Olivia (2005), and “Just a Lil Bit” (also 2005).

He’s also dabbled in acting, appearing in such movies as “Escape Plan” (2013) and “Spy” (2015).

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