After taking aim at Die Antwoord frontman Ninja on Kamikaze track, “The Greatest,” Eminem has locked, loaded, and fired a “KILLSHOT” at rapper Machine Gun Kelly, another target from Em’s recent surprise LP drop. Eminem originally targeted Kelly on Kamikaze‘s “Not Alike.” Kelly quickly rebutted the callout with a diss aimed back at Eminem on “Rap Devil.” “KILLSHOT” is Eminem’s scathing response to MGK’s returned volley, and as to be expected, the song is a coarsely worded verbal assault that essentially ends the conflict in four minutes.
“I’m 45 and I’m still outselling you,” Em spits, “I’d rather be 80-year-old me than 20-year-old you.” Eminem taunts MGK in his claim that he has “more fans” in MGK’s city than the Cleveland rapper himself, before taunting, “what good is a f****ng machine gun when it’s out of ammo?” The no holds barred diss track even goes after MGK’s man bun — the veteran Detroit emcee spares no punches. Eminem raps, in a nod to the single’s artwork, a sketch of MGK, complete with the aforementioned man bun and glaring crosshairs on the junior rapper’s face. If anything is for sure, it’s that Eminem just discharged another hollow point, and he’s not only got menacing aim, but plenty of ammo in the chamber.
Back in 2012, the Cleveland rapper Machine Gun Kelly tweeted that Eminem’s daughter, then 17, was hot. Eminem held a grudge. Two weeks ago, Eminem came out with the surprise album Kamikaze, and he went after Machine Gun Kelly on the song “Not Alike.” Machine Gun Kelly returned fire a few days later … More »
Eminem released his latest album, Kamikaze, last month. On its tenth track, “Fall,” he called Tyler, the Creator a “faggot.” In Eminem’s recent interview with Sway, Eminem apologized for the homophobic slur. “I think the word that I called him on that song was one of the things where I felt like this … More »
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We are now two weeks out from the release of Kamikaze, Eminem’s deeply tiresome mad-at-everyone surprise album. He’s already made one video, a clip for the Justin Vernon-assisted “Fall” that may or may not double as an attempt to hype up the new Venom movie. And now he’s already got another … More »
Rap veteran Eminem reclaimed the number one spot on the UK’s albums chart with Kamikaze, the Detroit bar spitter’s ninth studio production. Kamikaze’s peak position on the UK chart, however, signifies a larger career achievement for Eminem, who now boasts the longest run of consecutive number one albums in UK chart history, as per the Official Charts History.
Eminem surpassed fellow chart dominators, Led Zeppelin and ABBA, who respectively earned eight number ones in a row. The Marshall Mathers LP, The Eminem Show, Encore, Relapse, Recovery, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Curtain Call: The Hits, and Revival previously cozied up in the number one spot before Kamikaze.
Kamikaze, like its name, was dropped as a surprise album by Eminem at the beginning of September. It quickly detonated on social media, courtesy of its numerous scalding attacks on other rappers.
A rap album rarely arrives without a diss or two, and Eminem‘s 10 studio album was no exception. Eminem took aim at South African hip-hop group, Die Antwoord, on Kamikaze‘s second track, “Greatest.” Characteristically quickly spit, the verses that comprise the track contain a jab that is anything but thinly veiled. “Who the f*ck was I now Ninja try to duck my slugs/To let ya girl get f*cked by Muggs,” Eminem raps in a frontal address to the Die Antwoord frontman that suggests that Ninja’s current ex-wife and fellow Antwoord constituent, Yolanda Visser, was the “girl” to “get f*cked by Muggs,” the DJ for the California based hip-hop quartet, Cypress Hill.
Ninja and Visser appear alongside each other in a response video newly published to Die Antwoord’s YouTube channel. “It sounds like you missed us,” Visser states at the video’s opening. Ninja follows Visser’s remark with several short but nonetheless barbed verses that not only affirm the platonic nature of Ninja and Visser’s current relationship — as per Ninja, “Yolandi” is “not [his] girl, bra” — but burn Eminem’s approach.
“She’s just my best friend who loves me/And everybody knows Vissy dated Muggzy/Mad respect to my brother Muggs/Em you slipping/You used to rap better on drugs.” He later spits, “We bred these kids Em they ain’t giving no fucks/But they not feeling your rhymes or your botox,” Ninja concludes.
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Eminem recently surprise dropped his Kamikaze project which left everyone from day one fans to pop culture perusers in a frenzy. One track from the veteran rapper’s latest LP that remains perhaps the most controversial note from the record is “Fall” featuring Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, who took to Twitter to state he was not a fan of the record’s message.
Was not in the studio for the Eminem track… came from a session with BJ Burton and Mike Will. Not a fan of the message, it’s tired. Asked them to change the track, wouldn’t do it. Thanks for listening to BRM https://t.co/E0wmt732ty
Now Marshall Mathers has unleashed the official music video for “Fall.” Released via Aftermath Records, the five-minute clip is dark and intense, with Shady tackling the demons that come constant social media attention and lashing online opinions. The new noir feature represents the track’s aesthetic accurately, further pushing Eminem’s polarizing new record into the spotlight.
In probably what is the weirdest musical feud of literally all time, Die Antwoord has responded to Eminem’s small shot he fired towards the South African group in the track ‘Greatest’ from his latest album. It all started when Eminem accidentally mispronounced the duo’s name many years ago. The pair replied to the mispronunciation in