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[Lloyd Banks]
Man we gotta go get something to eat man
I'm hungry as a motherfucker

[50 Cent]
Ay yo man, damn what's taking homie so long son?

[Lloyd Banks]
50, calm down, here he come

[9 Shots]

[Banks and 50]
Ahh, ohh, what...

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    retrorockerboy
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    Nov 5th, 2008 11:44pm report


    This song is an expression of his underdog mentality, kind of like the protagonist in the movie or novel. It's no wonder why its fifty's favourite song. This song is the total explicit picture of the lean, ripped and fresh 50 from late early 2002. He talks about his near death experience, at the start you hear exactly nine shots fired off. He states he's let gone of all his weakness and out to bring fire and "bust a clip" on any who try to hold him down. He talks about how death must be easy because life is hard. His experience has made him harder and colder and has given him a do or die attitude towards what he does in life. In total reflection it's about him releasing himself giving all energy into living life, into his music. Thats why his music is so good, he gives his everything and his best to what he does.
    The best evidence or expression for how he feels about life after being riddled with bullets is in the last two lines where he talks about how the shooter got shot 3 weeks after he got shot but he dies and Curtis (50) lives.

    This picture is his most personal song of all his albums. It's who he is. The Grammys don't even recognise his music ├žause they believe it's negative influence. But that his image is why he sells so well.
    He's everything a young teenager wants to be.
    He was an underdog who's made it to the top.
    He's sexy. He's dangerous. He's now rich.

    More importantly that element of danger is what makes his image so successful and this song is the best expression of that element.



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    anonymous
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    Jun 29th, 6:01pm report


    Exactly what y'all said, You just summed up everything i heard on that record. Thanks I love the song and am still banging it in 2020. Deep song!! and I felt it for real "Death gotta be easy cuz life is hard"



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    anonymous
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    Nov 21st, 2016 11:17am report


    Its when the game refused to be part of G unit with 50 llyod banks and young buck. The 1 and only G unit but when he refused he and 50 started to exchange diss songs like many men and on the games as de 300 bars and runnin



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    anonymous
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    May 22nd, 2015 5:20pm report


    He was high and people where shooting him with water guns.



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    anonymous
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    Nov 23rd, 2013 11:26pm report


    Get Rich or Die Tryin' is the debut studio album of American rapper 50 Cent, released February 6, 2003, on Aftermath Entertainment under a joint venture with Shady Records and distribution by Interscope Records. Its initially planned release was pushed seven days ahead due to heavy bootlegging and Internet leakage. The album featured production from Dr. Dre and Eminem, among others and featured guest appearances from Eminem and then-newcomers Young Buck, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo.




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