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Guess Who's Back

4.4 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Killa Tape Intro
  2. Rotten Apple
  3. Skit/Drop
  4. That's What's Up
  5. U Not Like Me
  6. 50 Bars
  7. Life's On The Line
  8. Get Out The Club
  9. Be A Gentleman
  10. F*ck You
  11. Too Hot
  12. Who U Rep With
  13. Corner Bodega
  14. Ghetto Qua Ran
  15. As The World Turns
  16. Whoo Kid Freestyle
  17. Stretch Armstrong Freestyle
  18. Doo Wop Freestyle


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 21, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Full Clip Records
  • ASIN: B000065CW7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,355 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
After releasing "How To Rob", 50 Cent could have never predicted that his career would have taken the turn that it has. Once this comical song was released, many of the artists that he mentioned didn't take the song as a joke. Jay Z, Ja Rule, Ghostface Killah and many others had either diss replies or comments to make about what 50 Cent was trying to do. Days before his video shoot for the song, "Thug Love" w/Destiny's Child, he was shot multiple times and was hospitalized. Once he was released from the hospital, Columbia decided not to go through with the video. After quietly releasing his EP, "Power Of The Dollar", 50 Cent's career remained in limbo. "How To Rob" and "Rowdy Rowdy" apperared on the "In Too Deep" soundtrack and 50 Cent kept his name in the game by appearing on various mixtapes by performing freestyles and some of his songs that were supposed to be on his full album release showed up on mixed CDs as well. In 2002, Full Clip Records decided to release a compilation of his underground classics and freestyles. I admit myself that I slept on 50 Cent but after hearing "Guess Who's Back" you will definitely see the light, trust me. The CD starts out with a freestyle to the Geto Boys' "No ..., No Glory beat and this is a nice intro to the CD. "Rotten Apple" appears after the intro and 50 Cent lets people know what happens on his side of the town in NY. After a short intro, 50 and his G-Unit crew set it off something lovely on "That's What's Up". This whole CD is filled with nothing but highlights. On the hilarious "Get Out The Club", 50 Cent breaks it down about the high post females that come to the club and act like they are above everybody. It is a well crafted song. Although, there are no production credits in the CD, "... You" is definitely a Premo banger.Read more ›
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50 Cent created a very good album with "Guess Who's Back?" which is a compilation of "underground classics & freestyles". It was released by Full Clip Records and it has some very good tracks. This album has songs from when 50 was still hungry and he can really spit on here. Then he released "Get Rich Or Die Trying" which is also an excellent album in which he still showed his hunger but had better beats. Unfortunately, with "The Massacre" he released very old material. He doesn't seem to have much to say anymore. It's all about guns and his ego. Still, it has some good songs. However, "Guess Who's Back?" has plenty of great songs.

1. Killa Tape Intro - Great intro track for the album. 50 comes out hungry and lays out some great rhymes over a nice beat. Basically, just introducing himself. "I walk around with a big fo-fo. You front on me I'm gone get at you dawg. I be right at your crib, right at your door." 9/10

2. Rotten Apple - Great song. Good beat with 50 flowing with the best on this track. "I'm on parole, I used to be on probation. I wave my gun I get full cooporation." 10/10

3. Skit/Drop - Just a skit to start the next song. Pointless.

4. That's What's Up - Pretty good song and the only one featuring G-Unit (Banks and Yayo). An OK beat also. "They say 'God bless the child that could hold his own'. You pay cops to hold you down, I just hold the chrome." 7/10

5. U Not Like Me - Good song that's on "Get Rich" with 50 just rhyming about what people do that make them not like him. "I don't smile a lot, cause ain't nothin' pretty. Got a purple heart for war, and I ain't never left the City." 8/10

6. 50 Bars - Really great song with a dark beat and some great lyrics from 50 who sounds really raw and hungry on here.
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The bottom line is this: If you like 50 Cent your gonna like this album, if not, you won't. This is a great CD, a classic underground look at 50 Cent before the TRL days. This album shows a lot more humor from 50 in his rhymes, which I kinda like better than 'Get Rich or Die Tryin.' If your a 50 fan pick this up!
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This album is the beginning of the long journey 50 Cent and his G-Unit clique are about to undertake. This album is tight as the lyrics are straight gangsta. Listen to this for now, but come February 11, 2003 when For War or Love drops, 50 Cent will have arrived in full form. Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, and 50 Cent (G-Unit) under the direction of Eminem and the mastermind Dr. Dre are sure to take the rap scene over. 50 Cent is the future!
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This is by far 50's best lyrical content. Mostly due it being before he sold out. Now he is just another faceless name in the crowd of materialistic rappers. Blah Blah Blah rims Blah chains Blah shinny teeth Blah cars Blah. This album unlike the rest of his is a true testiment to his old ability before the $$$ got to his head. Its a shame but at least we have this album to enjoy one more rapper who has fallen on the materialism band waggon.
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By A Customer on January 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Yo 50 cent is straight gansta, I don't care what anyone says about his vague lyrics. The message is there. I don't listen to any rap on tv or the radio but 50 cent is true and you can feel his style
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50 Cent can flat out flow! I would give this CD 5 stars, but I can't put it on the level with his forthcoming CD on Shady Records which is destined to be a classic. This CD is definitely a good example of a lyricist at the top of his game who doesn't care what people think of him. Get this at least to tide you over till his new CD drops.
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