In honor of “Get Rich or Die Tryin'” becoming 20 years old, rapper 50 Cent will embark on a 90-day tour called The Final Lap beginning soon. On the North American portion of the tour, he’ll be supported by Busta Rhymes and Jeremih. Album was published in 2003, and it included the singles “In Da Club,” “21 Questions,” and “Many Men (Wish Death).” The album is widely regarded as a classic of the genre and served as an inspiration to many later rappers. In a recent interview, 50 Cent admitted that turning 40 on the anniversary of “Get Rich or Die Tryin'” made him feel old, but he was looking forward to putting on a fresh performance for his fans. He hopes to keep things interesting by performing some songs from the record in addition to some surprises. The rapper recalled a Super Bowl halftime concert when he did inverted crunches as part of his performance. He laughed off the misstep, saying he would have been ridiculed for years to come if he’d fallen. But now he’s ready to put it behind him and prepare for his forthcoming tour, which he says will be unlike anything his fans have ever experienced. The next tour for 50 Cent is a tribute to his status as a pioneer in the rap genre. It’s an opportunity for him to reach out to his audience in a new way and spread his music, bringing to light the influence he’s had in the hip-hop world and beyond.