‘In Da Club’ reaches one billion streams on Spotify

50 Cent’s music continues to be heard!

50 Cent has been in the game for a long time, yet he continues to explore new horizons and break music records. On Wednesday, December 14, we learned that the hit released in 2003 by the boss of G-UInit, “In Da Club”, had exceeded one billion streams on the Spotify platform. It’s his first title to achieve this feat as the song is officially celebrating its 20th anniversary next month and the aura of him is still as relevant as ever. Last July, the clip had surpassed 1.5 billion views on YouTube, making it the most popular 2000s rap video on the platform. It’s also this track that Fifty performed during his surprise appearance on the Super Bowl LVI Pepsi Halftime Show last February and he even showed off the tank top and headband he wore in the original video.

In 2021, as the title celebrated its 18th birthday, 50 Cent revealed that it was still on the radio and that the song was getting around 1,000 rotations a week as he took to Instagram.

“You won’t believe this but 18 years ago today I released a song that I recorded in Los Angeles and it’s still being played 1,000 times a week on the radio!”

This is exactly what we call a classic!

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