After teasing a collaboration with Jeremih, 50 Cent finally releases the full-length version of the song "Still Think I'm Nothing."

Produced by Bongo ByTheWay, the bass-driven track features Jeremih on the hook and a vintage 50 rapping, "If ever said fuck you, nigga, I meant to/When you come up how I came up, life's not gentle/See that tear in my mama eye, that meant the rent's due/I prayed on, God ain't say nothing back."

In the chorus, Jeremih sings of rags-to-riches, crooning, "They used to tell me that I would be nothin'/Now Lamborghinis and Porsches, we stuntin'/Pull up, get your kush in, drop top we roll out/They act like they ain't know bet they know now."

50 Cent recently found himself in People magazine's 2017 Sexiest Man Alive issue as the Sexiest Triple Threat. "I think a lot of a man's confidence is connected to his accomplishments," the rapper told the publication. "I don't think men are as sexy as women are until we're successful and it's publicly noted. But if you can have the confidence to just be yourself… you’ll say things that make women laugh, know they like having you around because your energy is just good. It’s you being you versus you trying to be something.”

The rapper also recently revealed he's working on his next project, telling DJ Whoo Kid, "I have some pieces that I'm ready to start putting music out. I've been recording and spottin' extra stuff."

Listen to "Still Think I'm Nothing" below.

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