Bulletproof (Soundtrack)

Bulletproof
50 Cent
Released July 23, 2007
Recorded 2005-2007
Genre East Coast Rap, Hardcore Rap, Gangsta Rap
Label G-Unit Records
Shadyville Entertainment
Producer Sha Money XL
50 Cent chronology

Power of the Dollar
(2000)
Bulletproof (soundtrack)
(2007)
5 (Murder by Numbers)
(2012)

Bulletproof is a soundtrack album of the game 50 Cent: Bulletproof released by Shadyville Entertainment.

Background

The soundtrack features 13 new songs from 50 Cent.[1] The soundtrack was also released as an instrumental edition. Consumers who pre-ordered the album were also given a never-before-released DVD of 50 Cent's 2003 European tour called, "No Fear, No Mercy".[2]

Tracklisting[3]

All tracks produced by Sha Money XL.[4]

"Pimpin" contains a sample from "I Choose You" by Willie Hutch.

No. Title Length
1. "Maybe We Crazy"   3:29
2. "When You Hear That" (featuring Tony Yayo) 2:51
3. "I'm A Rider"   2:42
4. "Simply the Best"   1:42
5. "Pimpin, Part 2"   3:56
6. "Not Rich, Still Lyin'" (The Game Diss)  
7. "Why They Look Like That"    
8. "Come And Get You"    
9. "I Warned You"   2:08
10. "I Run NY" (featuring Tony Yayo) 4:54
11. "Grew Up"   1:33
12. "South Side"    
13. "Why Ask Why"   2:46
14. "Hit You Ass Up" (featuring Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo)  
15. "G-Unit Radio" (featuring Whoo Kid)  
16. "Window Shopper (Remix)" (featuring Mase)  
17. "Movie Trailer"    
18. "Best Friend (Remix)" (featuring Olivia)  

References

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