Artist : 50 Cent
Album : Curtis
Label : Shady/Aftermath/Interscope
Genre : Rap
Bitrate : 198 kbps avg
Source : CD (LP)
Playtime : 00:55:45 (83.8MB)
Rls date : 2007-09-04
Store date : 2007-09-11
1. Intro 0:50
2. My Gun (Prod by Adam Deitch & Eric Krasno) 3:12
3. Man Down (Prod by Detroit Red & Don Cannon) 2:49
4. I'll Still Kill (Feat. Akon) (Prod by DJ 3:43
5. I Get Money (Prod by Apex) 3:43
6. Come And Go (Prod by Veto & Roomio) 3:28
7. Ayo Technology (Feat. Justin Timberlake & 4:08
Timbaland) (Prod by Timbaland)
8. Follow My Lead (Feat. Robin Thicke) (Prod by 3:17
9. Movin On Up (Prod by Jake One) 3:24
10.Straight To The Bank (Prod by Ty Fyffe) 3:10
11.Amusement Park (Prod by Chris Styles) 3:09
12.Fully Loaded Clip (Prod by Havoc) 3:13
13.Peep Show (Feat. Eminem) (Prod by Eminem) 3:52
14.Fire (Feat. Young Buck & Nicole Scherzinger) 2:49
(Prod by Dr Dre)
15.All Of Me (Feat. Mary J Blige) (Prod by Jake 3:51
16.Curtis 187 (Prod by Havoc) 3:57
17.Touch The Sky (Feat. Tony Yayo) (Prod by K 3:10
Curtis is the third studio album by rapper 50 Cent.
The album will be released on September 11, 2007.
Initially, 50 Cent's 2007 album was supposed to
be Before I Self Destruct, however, he decided to
push back its release date to 2008, and to release
Curtis in 2007 instead.
The album's title was changed twice. The first time,
it was changed from "Curtis" to "Curtis S.S.K.".
The "S.S.K.", which stood for "SoundScan Killer",
was intended to show the pressure 50 Cent feels to
succeed. The second time, it was changed back to
In July 2007, Kanye West changed the release date
of Graduation, his third album, from September 18, 2007,
to the same release date as Curtis, September 11, 2007.
This means that the albums will go head-to-head and
compete for better sales against each other. 50 Cent
claimed that if Graduation sold more records than
Curtis, he would stop releasing solo albums.
However, he later dispelled his comments.