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Did Eminem Ghost Write for 50 Cent?

Did you know that Eminem ghost wrote for 50 Cent? It’s not surprising considering how similar their styles are. Did Eminem ghost write for 50 Cent?

Well, it turns out that he did. In a recent interview with the New York Times, Mr. Cent revealed the dirty little secret to his success – “Eminem wrote my last two albums.” So, all the rumors about ghost write turn true.

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I had to respect the two artists for their ability. It was amazing how much they sounded like! The only way you could tell who was rapping is by looking at the artist on the screen.

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Did Eminem and 50 Cent work together?

The two artists have been friends for years and worked together on each other’s albums. In the interview, Mr. Cent said “I’m not a big fan of rap music” – but then he revealed it was Eminem who wrote his last two albums!

It is interesting to think about how their relationship started as they both grew up in Detroit before making it big time.

One day, I hope we find out more about their partnership that made them so successful.”

They have worked together over the years with different projects like working on each other’s albums. Which showed the world what type of musicianship could come from this duo.

Wrote lyrics for each other is a great example of this collaboration. It is also interesting to note how they are still friends after all these years and the success they have had with their careers.”

The fans think Eminem is a genius for coming up with lyrics and content that was so good it didn’t sound like 50 Cent wrote the lyrics at all. This partnership should not be broken because of their success together.”

In an interview during June 2017 on Shade 45 radio show “Sway in The Morning,” rapper 50 Cent revealed this interesting factoid about his past collaborations with rap artist Eminem.

When asked if he had ever written anything for him, Fiddy quickly replied: “Yes I have.

Who is more popular between them?

As of this date, Eminem has sold over 172 million albums worldwide while 50 Cent comes in at 89.28 million records sold.

With such a large difference between the two artists, it is clear who is more popular and successful worldwide.”

Eminem’s sales come from his album “The Marshall Mathers LP” which was released in 2000 with 37 million copies sold as well as other top-selling albums like “Curtain Call: The Hits,” “Encore,” and “Recovery.”

Meanwhile, 50 Cent only had one album sell 25 million copies with 14-track record label G-Unit Records that he created himself.”

According to social media, Eminem has been more popular with the younger generations, while 50 Cent has appealed to older hip-hop fans.

There are many similarities that can be drawn from their music as well.

For example, in Eminem’s “Lose Yourself,” he writes: “You only get one shot/Do not miss your chance” which is taken word for word from an earlier song of his called “Chance.”

This could lead us to believe that he wrote this soon after writing the first and even gave it away a second time around.

Their lyrical content also shares similar themes such as growing up poor (Eminem), or having little success until later on (50 Cent).

The two artists have collaborated together before -their fame throughout the world is undeniable.

Which Album did they collaborate on together?

Their collaboration on Eminem’s “The Re-Up” album has led to speculation that 50 Cent is a ghostwriter for the multiplatinum rapper.

The two artists have collaborated together before -their fame throughout the world is undeniable. Their lyrical content also shares similar themes such as growing up poor (Eminem), or having little success until later on (50 Cent).

Overall, it seems 50 Cent was not a ghostwriter for Eminem but instead contributed to his success by offering guidance and advice on how to succeed as an artist.

The two artists have collaborated together before -their fame throughout the world is undeniable. Their lyrical content also shares similar themes such as growing up poor (Eminem), or having little success until later on (50 Cent).

Because of their same profession, they can collaborate together.