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There’s A Lot of Rapping on this New Eminem & Logic Song “Homicide”

There’s A Lot of Rapping on this New Eminem & Logic Song “Homicide”

Eminem & Logic "Homicide"
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If you want bars this is the song for you.

Logic has recruited Eminem for his new single “Homicide.” The track is expected to appear on Logic’s upcoming Confessions of a Dangerous Mind album. The track, which was produced by SHROOM & Bregma, features the two expert rappers just hitting listeners with a barrage of words and metaphors.

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The track is basically a challenge to newer rappers, who have, seemingly, abandoned lyrics (or bars *Funk Flex voice.) On the track, Logic raps: “And I’m tired of all of this high school “he’s cool, he’s not” rap shit Can a single one of you motherfuckers even rap? Shit.”

While Em comes in later and spits:

You about to get out-rhymed, how could I be dethroned? I stay on my toes like the repo, a behemoth in sheep clothes, from the East Coast to the West, I’m the ethos and I’m the G.O.A.T.

READ: The Storm: On Eminem, Shitty Rap Fans and Applauding Convenient Acts of Heroism

The song ends with a clip of Chris D’Elia’s great Eminem impression. (It’s cool to see Em still has a sense of humor.)

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Listen to the track below.



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