50 Cent made a surprise appearance at the Super Bowl halftime show and Monday was Valentine's Day, so I figured "21 Questions" was the perfect song to celebrate both of those things!

"21 Questions" by 50 Cent featuring Nate Dogg was the second single off of 50's debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin.

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If Dr. Dre had his way, "21 Questions" never would have been on the album!

50 explains, "Dre was, like, 'How you goin' to be gangsta this and that and then put this sappy love song on? I'm two people. I've always had to be two people since I was a kid, to get by. To me that's not diversity, it's necessity."

50 Cent gets really romantic in this song. For example, this lyric, "I love you like a fat kid loves cake." What girl doesn't want to hear this kind of poetry?

Thank goodness "21 Questions" made the cut because it was huge! According to Wikipedia, "'21 Questions' peaked at #1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in September 2003, becoming the second consecutive chart-topping single for 50 Cent, following the album's lead single, 'In Da Club', and the first for featured artist Nate Dogg. In total, '21 Questions' spent four weeks atop the Hot 100 and twenty-three weeks on the chart."

On the 2003 Year-End chart, "21 Questions" landed at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #7 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

The music video is a mini-movie and features Meagan Good as the romantic lead. Other famous faces in the video include Tyson Beckford, Nate Dogg, Lloyd Banks, and Young Buck.

The music video debuted on MTV's Total Request Live on April 15, 2003. It debuted at #6, but quickly jumped up the countdown. Two days later it was at #2 and stayed on the countdown for 50 days.

The Coldest Temperatures in Sioux Falls History

When a polar vortex rolls through Sioux Falls, it can get even the heartiest dreaming of indoor fires, baking, and hot chocolate.

Mr. Bendo is tough enough but for the love of Pete, someone put a scarf on the Statue of David!

All this icy chatter had us wondering about the coldest days ever recorded in Sioux Falls. Here is the historical data from the National Weather Service with the coldest temps ever recorded in Sioux Falls since record-keeping began in 1893.






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