C. Vernon Coleman II

Get Rich: A Timeline of Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s Biggest Business Ventures


April, 2003> Interscope, G-Unit Records
After the Queens rapper’s wildly successful debut Get Rich or Die Tryin’ sold a kabillion copies, Fif negotiates a deal for his own label, G-Unit Records, through Universal Music Group’s Interscope Records.

July, 2003> Marc Ecko, G-Unit Clothing Company
Fif teams up with Ecko Unlimited founder Marc Ecko and creates G-Unit Clothing Company, a line of clothing and accessories.

November, 2003> Reebok, G-Unit Sneakers
Curtis inks a five-year deal with shoe giant Reebok to distribute his line of G-Unit footwear.

2003> G-Unit Films
Fiddy and Interscope team up to form the production company G-Unit Films. The movie, Get Rich or Die Tryin’ is released through the film company in 2005.

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  • IcalloutBS

    SMH…. Irrelevant Hip Hop Artist… Especially after his Competition with Kanye as Kanye Crushed him in Album Sales! Rick ross is still winning…. but 50 Cent is a Great Business Man!

  • Who cares about the fame, when the bread is in the bank? Go head 50.