When Eminem‘s long-awaited buzz single, Crack A Bottle with Dr. Dre and 50 Cent, was first featured on DJBooth.net, the comments page quickly grew to Biblical proportions. Our music charts certainly reflected the record’s popularity; it was #1 on our Top Picks Chart for three consecutive weeks, and is still sitting in the top three as of last week. Joining forces for a brand new remix are two of Shady Records’ current primary artists. After Chicago/OC representative Ca$his spits a thuggish, low-riding sixteen bars, Bobby Creekwater (who will be inside the Booth next week for an exclusive interview) steps in to speak for the more laid-back club-heads. Fans can expect an absolutely epic welcoming party when Eminem’s Relapse hits stores and online retailers this spring.
Written by Burmy on 02/8/09
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