New York rapper 50 Cent is out here making sure people don’t forget his music legacy. The hip-hop veteran has lit up social media to flex some serious stats.

Fif went to Twitter Wednesday (June 13) and tooted his own horn for holding the record with at least three songs on Billboard’s Hot 100 Top 10 simultaneously.

Earlier this month, 50 promised to soon deliver some new music.

Back in May, MMA executive Scott Coker hinted at Curtis Jackson putting out a new music project in the coming weeks.

During the press conference, Coker was asked if there was a business deal with 50 yet and he replied with a surprising answer that the G-Unit boss is releasing a new album in a few weeks. “Yeah, he’s got a new album dropping in about six weeks,” Coker said around the 5:45 mark. “It’s like, look, he loves MMA. And when a big star like that loves MMA and wants to be involved, it just makes a lot of sense. And he wanted to come and check it out. This was his first time to a Bellator fight,” he continued. (Hip Hop N More)

In December, 50 Cent teased fans about his long-delayed Street King Immortal release.