After several years and numerous leaks, it is DJBooth.net’s great pleasure to finally present you with an official single from the one and only Eminem. Unlike the numerous unfinished versions floating around the Internet, this version has been distributed by Interscope and has been officially announced as the lead single off the long-awaited Relapse. Along with Shady, the rest of Aftermath‘s Big Three show up to Crack A Bottle open and show the world exactly why they got so big in the first place. After Em spits his trademark controversy-heavy lyrics, Dr. Dre brings a laid-back (though more grown than usual) verse, leading up to 50 Cent‘s verse, which is as melodically gritty as you would expect – over Dre’s beat… words can’t explain how awesome this is! After 50’s Before I Self Destruct is released in February and Em’s Relapse drops in March, the stage will be set for hip-hop’s most anticipated album of all time… that’s right: look out for Detox.
Written by Burmy on 01/6/09
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