You may have long been turned off by the songs Eminem produces but one thing can never be contested; the man knows how to rap. He does just that on Grip’s new track ‘Walkthrough’.
The song arrives as Grip drops his brand new record, his first with Eminem’s Shady Records, the fire-breathing I Died For This!?. The LP is destined to be a head-bopper but it’s the collaboration with label boss Em that grabs the headlines.
The Atlanta rapper, Grip, is a fearsome spitter. Fast and furious like an AR-15, there’s a good argument to say Grip has learned a lot from Eminem. The lyrical fiend does his best to show him the way on his feature spot too.
He offers Grip advice throughout the song, sharing how “as soon as you’re at the top” they’re looking to pull you down. It comes as Eminem continues to face criticism over his musical output.
The album will see another hip hop legend join in on proceedings too as Royce Da 5’9″ helps out Grip on I Died For This!? number ‘Placebo’.
It’s a busy moment for Eminem as, according to TheWrap, he’s going to be playing White Boy Rick in 50 Cent’s upcoming Starz television series BMF. “I’m honoured and appreciative of my good friend Em for supporting my new show BMF,” 50 Cent told TheWrap.
“We couldn’t do a show based in Detroit without incorporating the legend that is Eminem.” The wait for Eminem’s next on-screen performance will go on, but, for now, let’s get down to his latest joint, ‘Walkthrough’ with Grip.