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MUSIC: #MusicMondays Remember this album, we do, we promoted it. #50cent #GetRichOrDieTryin (Stream)

MUSIC: #MusicMondays Remember this album, we do, we promoted it. #50cent #GetRichOrDieTryin (Stream)

 

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Now here is an album that the Street Elements crew remembers fondly. The nationwide tour that we jumped on made for movie like nights. Yeah the album had everybody dancing UP IN THE CLUB, but what we remember is all hard work in the streets that we did to make it a success. I think the only time we dodge more bullets was during the Bad Boy / Death Row beef days. We took this national account by storm for Violator and IGA. From handing vinyl to DJ (yes vinyl, not MP3s) to amazing displays at retail, lifestyle and the hottest clubs we were everywhere with this one. Last but not least we can’t forget running from cops while creating the most amazing poster board campaigns (or as we call them snipping).  Enjoy this blast from the past and let us know what albums or artist you first heard about through a street team? #streetteam #streetelements #musicmondays #hiphop101 #hiphop1st #todayinhiphop #aftermath #interscope #shady #violator #streetteam

 

50 Cent

Released         February 6, 2003

Recorded       2002

Genre  Hip hop

Length            69:32

Label   Aftermath, Interscope, Shady

Producer        Dr. Dre (also exec.), Eminem (also exec.), Sean Blaze, Darrell Branch, Dirty Swift, DJ Rad, Terence Dudley, Mike Elizondo, John “J-Praize” Freeman, Megahertz, Denaun Porter, Red Spyda, Reef, Rockwilder, Sha Money XL