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Christopher Ershov
Christopher Ershov

50 Cent Get Rich Or Die Tryin Mo

50 Cent is not yet notorious in the ring of content marketing leaders; however, his tactics should inspire our approach to becoming leading content marketers. Pursue these goals like your life and career depend on it, and you are sure to be fruitful like our good friend, Fifty. Those of us who are hungry will, at least, go out trying.

50 Cent Get Rich Or Die Tryin Mo

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At age fifteen, 50 Cent bought his first gun, and by nineteen years old he was the neighborhood drug kingpin, bringing in about $150,000 a month. He had dropped out of high school and was spending most of his time in jail; 50 Cent was also listening to his favorite musicians, including KRS-1, Rakim, and Run-DMC, and trying his hand at writing his own rhymes. He dreamed about breaking into the music business but was not sure he should give it a try. When his son, Marquise, was born, 50 Cent knew it was time to make a change: he decided to stop dealing drugs and start making music.

Well, that week came, the records dropped and Kanye's Graduation outsold 50's Curtis by 266,000 copies. As you might have noticed in the five years since then, 50 Cent did not, in fact, make good on his promise to retire. So recently, XXL got Fif to look back on that threat to call it a day and asked, "Wha happened?"

Historically, rap music and hip hop culture have been a male-dominated realm. Much of rap music performed by men has raised questions about masculinity because of the prominence of sexist, homophobic, and misogynist lyrics. The rap industry also suffers from gender inequities as fewer women have been able to pursue a lengthy career rapping and producing. This has not stopped women from participating despite often vacillating between the margins and center of rap music. This process has led women artists not only to use rap to critique sexism within the culture, but also to contribute to the development of intersectional feminism. Other marginalized groups such as genderqueer people have remained on the margins of the rap industry.

But despite censorship and controversy, rap music is positioned centrally within American popular culture. Rappers have earned Academy Awards and have entered into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Corporations use rap to market products to customers. Rap is featured in movies, television, and on Broadway. Rappers have also leveraged their success into accumulating large amounts of wealth and influence. And since 1973, the culture has spread beyond New York to all regions of the United States and throughout the world. Oppressed youth in places like Ghana, the United Kingdom, and Paris have adopted the cultural form in response to their particular surroundings.


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