Before French Montana made “Pop That” and had other hits, he was known for his Cocaine City DVDs. Back in the mid 2000s, the everybody had some sort of DVD hustle going on but the most memorable series, in my opinion, were Smack and Cocaine City. Nowadays, 50 and French Montana aren’t the best of friends but back in the day they made history with this legendary interview. Besides the Fat Joe beef, which has since been squashed, 50 drops gems! Serious gems. I loved watching this whenever I needed a surge of inspiration. When it comes to business, you’d be crazy to ignore what’s he been able to do since the release of 2003’s Get Rich or Die Tryin’. He’s certified in my book.