As the San Francisco 49ers are making headlines this year thanks to their play on the football field, their new anthem is gaining them even more publicity. The E-40 music video for Niners Gang was just released Wednesday and it's all the hype. Produced by Droop-E, the tune already has over 180,000 views on YouTube.

The song first dropped on November 6th, but the official track and music video came out and it sums up the hype of the NFL team. 

The music video shows E-40, the mascot, fans, and other performers dancing around at Levi's Stadium as the artist raps about the franchise.

"The 49ers got the livest fans in the NFL," the rapper sings in the anthem.

The rapper even makes a reference to the old stadium that used to be the home to the team and MLB's San Fransisco Giants: "Levi's Stadium startin' to feel like Candlestick Park."

While the video has grown in popularity online, Twitter users also jumped on to the scene with their comments.

Some of them were quick to mention how much they enjoyed the track. 

The 49ers already have tons to cheer about with the success of their team this year, but this new song gives them even more reasons to celebrate.

The song was played at the stadium during Sunday's game, and even former 49ers star, Jerry Rice got down with some dance moves.

The Niners are currently 11-3, which puts them in second place in the NFC West. They're set to play the Los Angeles Rams this weekend on Sunday.

Many people from all over expressed their love of the new jam and they might dance even more if the team can win the Super Bowl come February.


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