Six Figga Digga Reacts To 50 Cent’s Surprising Statement About ‘Many Men’


Rapper and entrepreneur 50 Cent recently made headlines when he revealed that his hit song “Many Men” was his least favorite track from his critically acclaimed debut album, “Get Rich Or Die Tryin'”. The surprising revelation has sparked curiosity among fans and critics alike. However, the song’s producer, Darrell “Six Figga Digga” Branch, seems to have a different perspective on the matter.

Key Takeaway

50 Cent has caused a stir by declaring “Many Men” as his least favorite song from his debut album “Get Rich Or Die Tryin'”, but the track’s producer, Six Figga Digga, disagrees.

Despite 50 Cent’s claim, “Many Men” continues to rank in the top 5 on various streaming services. In an interview with Apple Music, 50 Cent explained that the slow tempo of the song didn’t match the fast-paced nature of the era, leading to his less favorable view of it. Interestingly, Digga believes that another track on the album, “Blood Hound” featuring Young Buck, better reflects the low energy 50 Cent was referring to.

Digga’s opinion sheds light on the nuances of song production and how artists perceive their own work. While 50 Cent may have reservations about “Many Men”, the album as a whole has been a resounding success, with 50 Cent currently embarking on the global “Final Lap” tour to celebrate its 20th anniversary. The lead single from the album, “In Da Club”, even achieved Diamond certification this year, further cementing its legendary status. With its current 9x Platinum status, it is expected that the album itself will soon follow suit.

It is essential to note that opinions and perspectives can change over time. 50 Cent’s previous remarks on “Many Men” have adjusted since 2003, reflecting the evolution of rap music and its tempo over the past two decades. In fact, he now proclaims “Many Men” as his favorite song to perform, and it has found favor with contemporary artists such as 21 Savage, Polo G, and the late Pop Smoke.

While 50 Cent’s controversial statement about “Many Men” has garnered attention, it is worth mentioning that Digga has also been making waves in the music industry. He recently released his compilation album, “Person Of Interest,” featuring collaborations with renowned artists such as Raekwon, Jim Jones, and Benny The Butcher. Interestingly, the album also includes a track with Lloyd Banks, a rapper with whom 50 Cent shares a long-standing history.