“Detroit vs. Everybody” is off Shady Records’ Shady XV compilation that was released back in November.
Eminem and his young fan chatted about football and hip-hop during their meeting, which was facilitated by the Rainbow Connection, a local Detroit area non-profit.
While Eminem has declined to go on record about meeting the cancer-stricken fan, rapper Royce da 5’9″ confirms that it did take place.
Thought the original was jam-packed? Wait until you hear the remix.
Eminem will always have a soft spot in his heart for the little guy.
The tracklist includes songs from Eminem, 50 Cent and many more.
As the title suggests, “Psychopath Killer” isn’t all happiness and rainbows—but given Em’s track record both career-wise and in the past month, there’s little surprise.
Iggy Azalea has responded to a recent Eminem dis, and she’s not at all happy.
No word on when it’ll be released.
As Eminem gets ready to celebrate 15 years of his label, Shady Records, he’s cozying up to the cameras to reminisce about his past.
Eminem doesn’t give an eff if he’s performing in his hometown of Detroit or the National Mall for the troops, he’s not gonna censor his language. And without him, things would probably be a little boring.
Eminem Reps His Hometown with Help From Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf on ‘Detroit Vs. Everybody': Listen
Eminem is a product of the Motor City and is sending his thanks to his home city with his new track “Detroit Vs. Everybody.”
The new cypher precedes the release of Eminem’s Shady XV this month.
How surprising Eminem’s appearance was is up for debate, since the Wall Street Journal’s Innovator Awards were honoring Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre.
Eminem is getting ready to knock us out with his new video for “Guts Over Fear.”
A shout out from Drake. A remix with Remy Ma. A spot on a new Detroit-centric Eminem track. Well-earned comparisons to Kendrick Lamar. DeJ Loaf is the hottest new thing in hip-hop. And it only took four months to get there.