Get Rich or Die Tryin' is a timeless classic. In da Club is the song which introduced me to hip-hop. Being from Nashville, if you are not exposed to hip-hop early, you really do not understand that any genre exists other than country music. Believe it or not, a little over a decade ago a Kroger was playing In da Club and the sound was different and it turned me onto the genre, so thanks for that 50.
From front to back, you really do not need to skip a track. Yes, the lyrical substance on this album and on other albums after lack. But 50's ear for instrumentals makes up for any nonsense he's spewing on the track. The vibes of Many Men (Wish Death), In da Club, Heat, P.I.M.P., 21 Questions, and Wanksta are all classics. Features on the album are not overdone.
In my opinion, one of the top three hip-hop albums of all time. - Some dude on Amazon.