50 Cent Celebrates “In Da Club” Music Video Surpassing 2 Billion YouTube Views

50 Cent’s biggest hit of his career continues to rack up numbers. The official music video for “In Da Club” crossed the 2 billion mark on YouTube.

As of press time, “In Da Club” sits at 2,000,312,159 views. The Philip Atwell-directed visuals are the most-watched content on the verified 50 Cent channel.

50 celebrated the YouTube success of his Get Rich or Die Tryin’ track. He commented on the 2 billion view accomplishment on his Instagram page.

“This is nothing after that last post, smh. I’m going to bed early. This [is] too much [sleeping face emoji]. Good night!” 50 Cent wrote on Monday (February 26).

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50 Cent’s “In Da Club” ranks among the Top 90 most-viewed videos in YouTube history. Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito” featuring Daddy Yankee sits at the top of the rankings with 8,384,821,929 views.

“See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth currently holds the YouTube views record for a rap song. That Furious 7 soundtrack single has amassed 6,184,532,437 plays on the platform.

50 Cent released “In da Club” in January 2003. The RIAA diamond-certified classic became the New York-bred rapper’s first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. “In Da Club” led the Hot 100 chart for 9 weeks.

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