50 Cent has developed a close friendship with Jeremih over the years, which has included them making hit records together, as well as him previously sticking up for the singer against Def Jam. Now, the two are reuniting once again for another new track called "Still Think I'm Nothing," which fans are getting a preview of before it drops.

The new record from Fifty and the Chicago vocalist displays a softer approach from the duo, but still provides some catchy vibes that fans know and love. The two entertainers address their haters directly on the track, where they tell those who thought they would be nothing to look at where they're at now with their success.

This isn't the first time that the Power executive and Jeremih have reunited on a track this year, as the two also joined Uncle Murda for their joint song "On and On" back in June. They originally linked up back in 2010 for their hit record "Down on Me," which saw major success on the charts and in the music community.

There's no official word on when the full version of "Still Think I'm Nothing" will see the light of day, but at least fans can tide themselves over with the preview from 50 Cent, who recently covered XXL's 20th anniversary issue.

Take a listen to the snippet of "Still Think I'm Nothing" from 50 Cent and Jeremih below.

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