50 Cent has become the first person to have four singles in the US charts since the Beatles in the 1960s.
He's at number one in the Billboard Hot 100 with his hit Candy Shop, while Disco Inferno is sixth.
He's also got two duets with The Game at three and nine. Meanwhile, 50 Cent's album The Massacre has spent five weeks at the top of the US album chart.
But he's still got a long way to go to equal the Beatles, who filled the whole US top five in 1964.
50 Cent's collaborations with The Game are Hate It Or Love It at number three, and How We Do at nine.
The pair hit the headlines recently when they very publicly fell out, but have since made up.