The Game releases “The Black Slim Shady,” a 10-minute diss track.
DRILLMATIC Heart Vs. Mind, the emcee’s new studio album, contains 31 tracks and runs for 119 minutes.
The Game’s new album, “DRILLMATIC Heart Vs. Mind,” includes a ten-minute diss track titled “The Black Slim Shady,” which is directed at Eminem.
The opening act of the track is a skit led by an Uber driver named Matthew. The title of Eminem’s 2000 hit single “Stan,” which refers to a specific person, reveals later in the song that Matthew is Stan’s brother. The Game’s barrage of in-depth references to Eminem’s career, catalog, and personal life includes references to his addiction history, family, and the debate over whether or not he is guilty of cultural appropriation. Flaming bars are used to deliver references.
The Game satirizes Eminem’s flow at one particularly memorable point in his 2002 single “Lose Yourself.” “Oh, he goes platinum / And, oh, I’m on the ‘Math with him / He got all the Blackest friends / He wants to be African / Me, left for dead on the ‘Doctor’s Advocate’ / Dre never executive-produced it,” he raps in one verse.
In this song, The Game goes after Eminem’s friends and family, including 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, and Eminem’s manager, Paul Rosenberg. For a long time, The Game and 50 Cent have been feuding. At the end of the song, he challenges Eminem by saying, “Mr. Shady, don’t be shady,” “Pick that pen up, don’t be lazy,” “Call up Dre and get that Dre beat,” and “Jump off stage if shit gets crazy.”
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The Game took advantage of Eminem’s March appearance on the Drink Champs podcast to mock him, claiming that he is a better rapper and that he would compete against Eminem in a VERZUZ match.
100 Entertainment/MNRK has released a new album titled “DRILLMATIC Heart Vs. Mind” today (August 12). The album contains 31 songs totaling 119 minutes. In comparison to the next two songs on the list, “Money Cash Clothes” (featuring A$AP Rocky) and “Ruby’s Rose,” “The Black Slim Shady” lasts 10.5 seconds, which is more than twice as long (which features Twista and Jeremih).
Fans got their first taste of “DRILLMATIC” in January when Kanye West’s collaboration “Eazy” was released. Kanye West’s divisive verses included barbs directed at his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and her then-boyfriend, Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson. Furthermore, PETA, an animal rights organization, was outraged by the song’s graphic cover art.
West appeared onstage with The Game to perform ‘DRILLMATIC’ at the album’s release party about a month ago. Both music videos were animated, with the first featuring clay figures and the second featuring digital avatars. In both videos, Pete Davidson was the target of assaults. The second single from DRILLMATIC, “Violence,” was released in June.
This album brought together a slew of famous people. A$AP Rocky, Twista, Jeremih, and Ye all appear on tracks on “Drillmatic,” but the album also features Ice-T, 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, Big Sean, Rick Ross, YG, Pusha T, French Montana, Meek Mill, Ty Dolla $ign, Roddy Ricch, Five Foreign, and YoungBoy. Never West makes a second appearance on the track “Fortunate,” which also features Dreezy and CHILLER.
Meanwhile, Eminem and 50 Cent have released “Is This Love (’09),” a long-awaited collaboration produced by Dr. Dre. It made its debut the week before last. It appears on Eminem’s most recent greatest hits collection, Curtain Call: The Hits.
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