While 50 Cent continues to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin,’ with his “Final Lap Tour,” on Wednesday (Nov. 1), he announced that his 2003 breakout single “In Da Club” has officially become his first RIAA diamond-certified song.

The Queens rapper took to Instagram to celebrate his accomplishment. “‘In Da Club’ has officially reached diamond,” he wrote. “[Ten million] singles sold. The 43rd hip hop song to go diamond, 121 songs of all time to do [so]. I feel good, I’m that thing, 50 Cent.” In a follow-up post, he added, “Diamonds are forever. Yo, that thing 50 Cent is no joke.” The Dr. Dre and Mike Elizondo-produced track was nominated for Best Male Rap Solo Performance and Best Rap Song at the 46th annual Grammy Awards. In 2009, the song was listed at No. 24 in Billboard‘s Hot 100 Songs of the Decade list. It also peaked at No. 1 on the outlet’s U.S. Billboard Hot 100, U.S. Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs, U.S. Hot Rap Songs, and U.S Mainstream Top 40 charts.

In other related news, Fat Joe recently admitted that 50 Cent’s Get Rich Or Die Tryin,’ is one of the greatest of all time despite their past beef. During an episode of BET’s “Diggin’ in the Crates” back in October, the “Lean Back” hitmaker praised his fellow New Yorker. “One of the greatest albums of all time,” he said. “And it’s crazy ’cause I had beef with him and I wouldn’t allow myself to hear it, wouldn’t let DJs play it. But I knew that it was G-Unit. Recently, J. Cole came out at his concert and said it was the greatest album of all time. Nas came out and said, ‘Yo, this changed the game.’ And it’s a fact.”

Fat Joe continued, “His flows, his melodies, his beats, the energy hip hop music had never felt. That energy that he was coming with, it was like yo, this is that — you got that dangerous thing to it. He teamed up with Mr. Professional, Dr. Dre and Eminem. See, 50 Cent would’ve still been amazing, but he’d have came with those New York beats that was really, really good, but once again, Dr. Dre makes everything iPic. He makes everything crystal clear. He just gives you that professionalism like you on a podium or something.”