Libertarian presidential candidate Marc Allan Feldman pitched his case to the party’s convention on Saturday with help from an original rap to 50 Cent's "In Da Club."

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Feldman had previously released the video, which he played at the convention, outlining his ideas. 

“I’m getting old, but I’m still bold. I got no fear ‘cause my blood runs cold,” the rap starts out. 

“Republicans and Democrats are whack,” it continues. “They spend billions of dollars just to attack. We’re done being slaves and we’re not going back.”

Reporters at the convention tweeted that the packed room clapped along to Feldman’s rap. One reporter tweeted a photo of a Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson supporter dancing along.

Johnson reportedly walked-on to the stage earlier on Saturday to Eminem's "Lose Yourself."

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