Nearly 10 years after the release of his record-breaking release, “Get Rich or Die Tryin,'” which sold over 13 million copies and inspired a documentary film by the same name, 50 Cent has confessed that he doubts his musical career will ever reach those numbers again.

“Newsflash, I’ll never sell 13 million records again,” 50 said. “I’ll never sell 10 million records again. I don’t think anybody’s gonna do it. It’s a different business. It’s a different thing and I’m cool with that. I’m making music because I love it and it’s why I’m here. There’s nothing that can actually compare when it’s right. What it feels like when it’s right. When the music is just dead right and it’s like ‘woo’ that energy that’s there…that’s some special kind of high that you get addicted to and you’ll chase it for the rest of your actual career.”

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  • http://www.facebook.com/chris.kilismanis Chris Kilismanis

    If 50 want to make sell 13 million copies again he needs to make more gangster songs.