Rowdy Rowdy

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"Rowdy Rowdy"
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Single by 50 Cent
from the album In Too Deep (soundtrack) and Power of the Dollar (unreleased)
Released 1999
Format 12" single
Recorded 1999
Genre Hip hop
Length 3:40
Label Columbia
Writer(s) Curtis Jackson
Producer(s) Kid Capri Trackmasters
50 Cent singles chronology
"How to Rob"
"Rowdy Rowdy"
"Thug Love"

"Rowdy Rowdy" is the second single released by rapper 50 Cent, following the release of "How to Rob". The song was used for the soundtrack of the film In Too Deep along with "How to Rob" and contains the line "These industry niggas is startin' to look like somethin' to eat" from that song. The song is accompanied with a music video, along with "Life's on the Line", which features clips from the film. "Rowdy Rowdy" contains a sample from Johnny Harris's "Light My Fire".[1] "Rowdy Rowdy" was originally supposed to be the nineteenth track for his unreleased album, Power of the Dollar. However, the album was shelved due to 50 Cent's being dropped from Columbia Records after being hit by nine bullets two months before he album was set to release.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Rowdy Rowdy" (Explicit version)
  2. "Rowdy Rowdy" (Clean version)
  3. "Rowdy Rowdy" (Instrumental)
  4. "Rowdy Rowdy" (A capella)