50 Cent Says ‘I’m Still 50 Cent’ After His Song With NLE Choppa Goes To #1 On Urban Radio

50 Cent Says ‘I’m Still 50 Cent’ After His Song With NLE Choppa Goes To #1 On Urban Radio

A report from Hot New Hip Hop today said that 50 Cent has managed to score a number one hit again on the urban radio charts with the release of his song, “Part of the Game,” as part of Power Book III: Raising Kanan. The song features Rileyy Lanez and NLE Choppa.

According to the outlet, the track was immediately a fan favorite upon its release, sparking a lot of people on social media to wonder if 50 Cent would release a full-length project sometime in the future.

50 Cent – who also goes by his real name, Curtis Jackson – has been a lot busier in the film and television business over the last decade. Even though the rapper is 45-years-old, he can still keep up with some of his contemporaries who are much younger.

According to Hot New Hip Hop, 50 Cent’s new track has been number one on urban radio as the most-added song. Apparently, 50 Cent is thrilled about it, after all, it’s been a long time since he has had a hit track. You can check out the post from the rapper below:

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50 Cent was clearly feeling himself; he insinuated that the hit wasn’t a surprise because he’s “still 50 Cent LOL.” In addition to his music and acting career, the rapper has been all over the headlines in recent memory for his various social media antics and trollery.

For example, the former performing artist famously bought the entire first few rows at a Ja Rule concert as a way of just messing with him. As most know, Ja Rule and 50 Cent have feuded for years.

Furthermore, Hot New Hip Hop says he has been working as a producer a lot more over the last few years, in addition to his various entrepreneurial endeavors including Le Chemin Du Roi and Branson Cognac.

Last year, 50 Cent was in the headlines after he came out to slam Kamala Harris and Joe Biden’s tax plan that would raise taxes on people who make over $400,000 per year. 50 Cent sparked controversy when he urged his followers to vote for Trump instead.