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God's Plan (album)

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God's Plan
G-Unit
Released 2002
Recorded Late 2002
Genre East Coast Rap, Hardcore Rap, Gangsta Rap
Length 40:27
Label BCD Music Group
Producer DJ Whoo Kid
Sha Money XL
50 Cent and G-Unit chronology

No Mercy, No Fear
(2002)
God's Plan
(2002)
Automatic Gunfire
(2003)

God's Plan is the third mixtape by 50 Cent and G-Unit. The remix of Missy Elliott's song "Work It", from her album Under Construction, which features 50 Cent, is included in the mixtape. Also the track "Niggas" featuring 2 verses from The Notorious B.I.G. from his posthumous album, Born Again, on the song of the same name was featured on the soundtrack of the film Bad Boys II in 2003. After recording the mixtape, he released his commercial debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin' in 2003. The World's verse was used in the remix to Cry Me a River by Justin Timberlake. It was named the 9th best mixtape ever by XXL magazine.

Track listing

  1. "Words from Eminem" - 0:22
  2. "Catch Me in the Hood" - 3:43
  3. "You're Not Ready" - 3:16
  4. "Gangsta'd Up" - 3:04
  5. "If Dead Men Could Talk" - 3:01
  6. "Banks Workout Pt. 2" - 3:13
  7. "Crazy" - 2:24
  8. "187 Yayo" - 3:33
  9. "The World (featuring Governor)" - 2:24
  10. "Short Stay" - 2:23
  11. "Minds Playing Tricks" - 1:26
  12. "Niggas" - 3:31
  13. "Tainted" - 2:22
  14. "Ching Ching Ching" - 2:11
  15. "Work It" (Remix) (Missy Elliott featuring 50 Cent) - 4:54

References

External links

  • AllMusic
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