50 Cent Reveals His Gratitude For Eminem On The 18th Anniversary Of His Unforgettable Song ‘In Da Club’
Curtis James Jackson III, who is also known as 50 Cent, wanted to share a throwback picture of himself on the 18th anniversary of his 2003 hit ‘In da Club‘ and expressed his love for Eminem on his Instagram account.
‘In da Club’ is a 2003 song performed by New York rapper 50 Cent who was discovered by rapper Eminem in 2002 and the song was from his debut studio album ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin.’
The song was released on 7 January 2003 and became 50 Cent’s first number-one single, a worldwide breakthrough hit throughout the 2000s.
On Thursday, 50 Cent posted a throwback photo on the 18th anniversary of the song ‘In da Club’ and proudly stated that the track was still spinning 1,000 times a week on the radio.
In the caption, the 45-year-old rapper stated that he told Eminem he loved him for what he did for him because he is the one who took the first step to get him into the business.
50 Cent, who progressed successfully in his career and made many other hits, also mentioned his latest release named Raising Kanan Theme Part of the Game ft NLE Choppa and Rileyy Lanez.
Here’s the caption:
“Hey you ain’t gonna believe this one, but 18 years ago today I dropped a song I recorded in LA and it’s still spinning 1,000 times a week at radio🤦♂️.
I tell @eminem i love him for what he did for me, he put me on. 📺🔥New Music: Raising Kanan Theme Part of the Game ft @nlechoppamusic & @rileyy_lz out now.”
This post of the rapper got more than 370k likes and his fans left a comment sharing their thoughts on the rapper’s success.
One of the fans said clubs still play the song and wrote:
“They literally still play this song in the club every time it’s somebody’s bday it won’t ever get old”
Another fan described the 2000s as the golden era of rap and wrote:
“This was the golden era of rap. Shady x G-Unit x Aftermath. Nothing can ever top that.”
Check out the post below.