Stunt 101

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"Stunt 101"
Single by G-Unit
from the album Beg for Mercy
Released September 23, 2003
Format Digital download, CD single
Recorded 2003
Genre Hip Hop/Gangsta Rap
Length 3:52
Label G-Unit/Interscope
Producer(s) Mr. Porter
G-Unit singles chronology
"Stunt 101"
(2003)
"Poppin' Them Thangs"
(2003)

"Stunt 101" is the debut single from G-Unit's debut album, Beg for Mercy. The song was produced by Mr. Porter. It reached #13 in the U.S. and #25 in the UK.[1] Stunt 101 is the group's most successful song to date, charting the highest on the most amount of charts.

Music video[edit]

The Intro of the video features Brandy, 50 Cent starts to flirt with her and they have a high speed chase with the police across town. 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks & Young Buck all rap their verses separately in a giant car garage with models washing the cars. 50's verse takes place in the garage and in an alleyway, Bank's verse is in a room with money piled everywhere, including a dryer that has money tumbling inside it. Buck on the other hand is sitting in a room filled with money where he's counting all of it and in a nighttime street with a car carrier. At the end of the video the police drive into an alley and shine their flashlights on the wall to find a 'Free Yayo' tag grafitied on the wall. The Game and Mr. Porter have cameos in the video.

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 13
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 7
U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks 5
UK Singles Chart 25
German Singles Chart 39
French Singles Chart 63
Australian Singles Chart 32
Swiss Music Charts 19
New Zealand Singles Chart 13

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stunt 101 and other G-Unit songs. Yahoo. Accessed August 24, 2007.

External links[edit]

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