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50 Cent (a.k.a. "Fifty"; born Curtis Jackson on July 6, 1975 in Queens, New York), is an American hip-hop artist.

Once almost unknown outside the New York borough of Jamaica, Queens, Jackson is arguably the most popular gangsta rapper in the world and is currently signed to Eminem's record label Shady Records and Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment. He burst into widespread prominence with the heavily played song and video ("Wanksta"), featured on the soundtrack for the Eminem film, 8 Mile. Beyond his mainstream success, Jackson has appeared on almost every major mix tape sold in New York over the past few years.

Interscope Records, parent company to Shady Records and Aftermath Entertainment, has billed Jackson as the "real deal": his mother was killed in a drug deal, he was a drug dealer himself and was shot nine times in a notorious street incident. Success in the gangsta rap genre often depends largely on an artist's ability to appear genuine. Jackson's violent criminal past is therefore part of the marketing strategy for his brand.

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