Missing hits: "Best Friend," "Straight to the Bank," "Baby By Me"
Missing guest spots: Lil Kim's "Magic Stick," The Game's "How We Do," The Game's "Hate It Or Love It," Jeremih's "Down On Me," "You Don't Know," Eminem's "Crack A Bottle," all of the G-Unit hits.
Total number of Top 40 hits as lead artist: 16
What goes up must come down. And by down we mean, way down and way faster than you think. 50 Cent may have completely owned the rap game for a few years but that's all it was: A few years. In his prime—from about 2003 to 2007—he unleashed a fury of hits—so many hits that his later catalog pales in comparison. He has the same problem as Cam and Lil Wayne however, his mixtape output isn't accounted for. Not only that, but his guest appearances—regulated mostly songs for his G-Unit cohorts—aren't part of this playlist either. However, everything from "Wanksta" to "Ayo Technology" is pretty excellent. But "Ayo Technology" came out in 2007...