"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. Stunt 101 is the group's most successful song to date, charting the highest on the most amount of charts.
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.