No Mercy, No Fear

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No Mercy, No Fear
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Mixtape by 50 Cent and G-Unit
Released 1 August 2002
Recorded 2002
Genre East coast rap, hardcore rap, gangsta rap
Length 50:30
Label BCD Music Group
Producer DJ Whoo Kid
Sha Money XL
DJ Clue
50 Cent and G-Unit chronology
50 Cent Is the Future
(2002)
No Mercy, No Fear
(2002)
God's Plan
(2002)

No Mercy, No Fear is the second mixtape by 50 Cent and G-Unit. It was recorded after signing a $1 million deal with Aftermath Entertainment and Shady Records after releasing his 2002 compilation album Guess Who's Back?.[1] It featured the hit single "Wanksta", which was added onto the 8 Mile soundtrack album and later as a bonus track in his 2003 commercial debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin'. It also contained the freestyle to Diddy's song "Victory", from the album No Way Out, which was later used on Bad Boy's 10 Anniversary Greatest Hits album. The mixtape was ranked #5 in XXL's Top 20 Mixtapes.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Length Performer(s) Samples
1 "MTV Intro" 0:53 G-Unit
2 "Green Lantern" 1:36 50 Cent "'Till I Collapse" by Eminem (featuring Nate Dogg)
3 "Elementary" 3:37 G-Unit (featuring Scarlett)
4 "Fat Bitch" 3:28 G-Unit "Baby Phat" by De La Soul (featuring Devin the Dude and Yummy Bingham)
5 "Banks Victory" 3:29 Lloyd Banks and 50 Cent "Victory" by Puff Daddy (featuring The Notorious B.I.G. and Busta Rhymes)
6 "Back Seat/Tony Yayo" 3:03 Tony Yayo and 50 Cent "I Shot Ya" by LL Cool J (featuring Keith Murray)
7 "After My Chedda" 2:50 G-Unit "Luv U Better" by LL Cool J (featuring Marc Dorsey)
8 "Soldier" 3:43 G-Unit "Soldier" by Eminem
9 "E.M.S." 1:35 G-Unit "The Blast by Reflection Eternal
10 "G-Unit Skit" 0:42 G-Unit
11 "Say What You Say" 4:03 G-Unit "What Goes Around" by Nas
12 "Clue Shit" 2:50 50 Cent "Ova Here" by KRS-One
13 "Funk Flex" 2:04 50 Cent "Guess Who's Back" by Scarface (featuring Jay-Z and Beanie Sigel)
14 "Whoo Kid" 2:42 50 Cent "Whoa!" by Black Rob
15 "Scarlet Skit" 1:20 G-Unit
16 "Part 2 & Bump Heads" 3:41 G-Unit "I Need a Girl (Part Two)" by P. Diddy (featuring Loon, Ginuwine and Mario Winans)/"Ambitionz Az a Ridah" by 2Pac
17 "G-Unit/U.T.P." 3:41 50 Cent, Young Buck and Skip from UTP
18 "Wanksta" 3:44 50 Cent Produced by John "J-Praize" Freeman
19 "Star & Buc Outro" 1:35 G-Unit

References[edit]

  1. ^ Youngs, Ian (23 December 2002) 50 Cent: The $1m rapper BBC News. Accessed 16 August 2007.

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