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Background[ edit ] After 50 Cent was discovered by rapper Eminem in , he flew to Los Angeles where he was introduced to record producer Dr. Dre, he'll play dope beats So pick one of these and make a couple of singles or something. Then he expanded it into a hit record. Since much of the content on Get Rich or Die Tryin' was "dark", he wanted to write material that was "the exact opposite". He called the song a "celebration of life. Every day it's relevant all over 'cause every day is someone's birthday. AllMusic described it as "a tailor-made mass-market good-time single". Jimmy Iovine thought it should be the one that Dr. Dre produced, ' If I Can't '. But Em wanted 'In Da Club'. In the end they were deadlocked, so they asked me and I told them, real quiet, 'In Da Club'. It peaked at 1 for 9 weeks on the Billboard Hot and remained on the chart for 30 weeks. It begins with a black Hummer driving to the facility at an unknown location. Video clips from Eminem 's single " Without Me " are seen playing in the entrance on flat screen TVs. Dre looking down at the lab from a lab balcony with windows. Atwell commented, "I think I could have done better with it, but I really liked the way that it turned out". He said, "creatively, I felt like we were able to put guns in a video and have it play. And I like it when you are able to play within the standards and still give the artist something symbolic of what they are going for. Dre in white lab uniforms, observing 50 Cent and taking notes. Atwell stated that "seeing 50 with Dre and Em having his back is as big a visual statement as it is a musical statement" and the shot was significant because it made clear the club was inside the center and not unrelated performance footage. Lawsuit[ edit ] In January , 50 Cent was sued for copyright infringement by former 2 Live Crew manager Joseph Weinberger, who owns the rights to the rap group's catalog. He claimed that 50 Cent plagiarized the lines "it's your birthday" from the eponymous second track of former 2 Live Crew frontman Luther Campbell 's album Freak for Life also known simply as Freak for Life. District Judge Paul Huck , who ruled that the phrase was a "common, unoriginal and noncopyrightable element of the song". Diddy , Lil Wayne and many others who rapped their own verses over the song's instrumentals.
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