Posted: by T.FM. Staff. / Written: by E. Ortiz. October 14, 2013.
Eminem drops his new single "Rap God."
Eminem teased the release on Facebook where he was going to reveal five clues about the song. However, before he could get passed clue #1, "Rap God" leaked in Europe and now has made its way to our ears. While his first single "Berzerk" played off a rock-infused backdrop courtesy of legendary producer Rick Rubin, "Rap God" centers around the Detroit MC's cutthroat lyricism and a menacing bounce of a beat that follows his rapid delivery. "Why be a king when you can be a God?" Eminem ponders at the end of this thrilling six-minute manifesto. Good question. Maybe we should ask the King of New York?
Eminem's new album The Marshall Mathers LP 2 will be released November 5. The project includes features from Kendrick Lamar, Rihanna, Skylar Grey and Nate Ruess. #ORGANIZEDGRIND And if you didn't know, one of the songs Eminem parodies in this single is below, "Lookin' Boy" (2007) by Chicago rap group "Hotsylz." Its hard to believe that someone of Eminem's stature had even heard of "Hotstylz," regardless clever parody and certified banger in "Rap God."