Curtis Jackson, more commonly known as the rapper 50 Cent or "Fiddy," has sided with the likes of Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails in the ongoing search for a proper model for the recording industry. During an interview in Oslo, Fiddy said that "[file sharing] doesn't really hurt the artists." It hurts the studios. As an artist and G-Unit record label owner, Fiddy's in a unique position to understand that concerts and merchandise sales are where the real money is at. The industry has to learn to maximize its income from them. But what does Jackson care? He made $100 million when Coca-Cola bought Glacéau, the maker of Vitaminwater.