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Eminem
Rap God (Dirty)


genre: Hip-Hop
length: 6:03
bpm: 74
key: 11m

October 24, 2013

Eminem and humility are like Taylor Swift and lasting relationships: you see them trying, but you already know how it's going to end. Sometimes, humility is overrated - every now and then, you have to stunt just because you can. And that's exactly what Eminem does on "Rap God," the latest single from his upcoming 8th studio album "The Marshal Mathers LP 2." For 6 minutes, Eminem lays waste to the proverbial hip hop terrain with his trademark irreverence and wit, with some sharp wordplay thrown in for good measure. And just in case you forgot how ill he was, he switches up his flow several times to put his versatility at the forefront. There's a lot of name dropping, and unfortunately he still hasn't gotten away from the f-bomb that drew the ire of the LGBT community back in the early 2000s. Listen to "Rap God" below and make sure you toss a pillow down to catch your jaw when it free falls to the floor. It'll probably stay there until "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" drops on Nov. 5th. Written by Stephanie Vaughn

Eminem
Rap God (Dirty)


genre: Hip-Hop
length: 6:03
bpm: 74
key: 11m

October 24, 2013

Eminem and humility are like Taylor Swift and lasting relationships: you see them trying, but you already know how it's going to end. Sometimes, humility is overrated - every now and then, you have to stunt just because you can. And that's exactly what Eminem does on "Rap God," the latest single from his upcoming 8th studio album "The Marshal Mathers LP 2." For 6 minutes, Eminem lays waste to the proverbial hip hop terrain with his trademark irreverence and wit, with some sharp wordplay thrown in for good measure. And just in case you forgot how ill he was, he switches up his flow several times to put his versatility at the forefront. There's a lot of name dropping, and unfortunately he still hasn't gotten away from the f-bomb that drew the ire of the LGBT community back in the early 2000s. Listen to "Rap God" below and make sure you toss a pillow down to catch your jaw when it free falls to the floor. It'll probably stay there until "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" drops on Nov. 5th. Written by Stephanie Vaughn