Amusement Park (song)

Amusement Park (song)

Infobox Single
Name = Amusement Park


Caption = "Amusement Park" vinyl case
Artist = 50 Cent
from Album = Curtis
Released = May 8 2007
Format = CD
Recorded = 2007
Genre = Hip hop
Length = 3:15
Label = Aftermath, Interscope, Shady
Writer = Curtis Jackson, A.R. Hatchett, H. Campbell, T. Crawford
Producer = Dangerous LLC
Certification =
Last single = "Straight to the Bank" (2007)
This single = "Amusement Park" (2007)
Next single = "Can't Leave 'Em Alone" (2007)

"Amusement Park" was the second single by rapper 50 Cent from the album "Curtis". The music video premiered on Yahoo!'s website May 16.

Background

Although there have been rumours of a possible ban, it has not been banned from MTV and it has premiered on TRL May 17. [ [http://www.50cent.com/ 50 Cent official website] . 50Cent. Accessed August 1 2007]

"Amusement Park" was rumored to have been sold to Jim Jones as "Your Majesty" on a DJ Drama mixtape, which has been denied by Dangerous LLC who claims it was probably leaked. Later the verse of Jim Jones in the song was combined with 50 Cent's verses to make it the remix of "Amusement Park." [ [http://www.gunitworld.com/g-unitnews.htm G-UnitWorld News, 50 Cent, Amusement Park] . G-UnitWorld, Accessed August 1 2007]

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Track listing

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External links

*youtube|SnMk6fOoB4s|Music video for "Amusement Park"


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