Eminem Songs

  • Devil's Night Intro (Acapella)
    Devil's Night Intro (Acapella)
    On the night before Halloween, D12 returned with their first release in over 4 years, Devil's Night. The project included a few big features, including Royce da 5'9", Young Buck, and Kidd Kidd, but one guy who we suspected to make an appearance never showed up. Of course, a D12 reunion without Eminem is exciting enough, but we thought he would come through with at least a cameo. Well, the "reloaded" mixtape, with the help of DJ Whoo Kid, now includes an acapella intro of Em spitting his most lethal, Halloween-ready bars. 
  • Rap God (Remix)
    Rap God (Remix)
    Get familiar with a wildly talented Maryland spitter by the name of KAAN. His latest track that's getting a lot of attention is a freestyle over Eminem's "Rap God." Due to the lyrical onslaught, not once in the track will you question if he's got the credentials to remix an Eminem track. He rhymes at blistering speed, with too many quotable bars and clever metaphors to keep track of. We're not gonna count the number of lines he manages to sneak into the 6-minute track, but it's gotta be some sort of record. 
  • Sway In The Morning Freestyle
    Sway In The Morning Freestyle
    Eminem may have fallen off in recent years, but he is still the undisputed GOAT of multisyllabic freestyles and he showed why today, spitting a 6-minute a capella freestyle on "Sway in the Morning." He was joined in the studio by his manager Paul Rosenberg, and he doffed his cap to Rosenberg by kicking things off with "Paul Rosenberg, the small frozen turd." That set the tone for what was nothing short of a hilarious, disrespectful, and deeply impressive freestyle that recalled the days of Marshall Mathers LP.
  • Kings Never Die (Official Version)
    Kings Never Die (Official Version)
    While we may have already heard Eminem’s latest single “Kings Never Die” featuring Gwen Stefani last week, the official, CDQ-version of the record can now be yours for free when you
  • Kings Never Die
    Kings Never Die
    Eminem's "Kings Never Die" feat. Gwen Stefani is the second song off the Southpaw soundtrack after "Phenomenal." Here Em utilizes the same rapping style he uses on "Phenomenal," and most of MMLP2 for that matter: forward-leaning, dextrous, monotone yet emotional.
  • Phenomenal
    Back in March, Eminem fans got quite the surprise when the first trailer for the Jake Gyllenhaal-starring film "Southpaw" dropped and featured a new snippet from Marshall in it.
  • Speedom (Worldwide Choppers 2)
    Speedom (Worldwide Choppers 2)
    Here's the moment you've all been waiting for. Tech N9ne promised us an Eminem guest spot on his new album, Special Effects, and here it is. The song's called "Speedom (Worldwide Choppers 2)" and it also features Krizz Kaliko. 
  • Best Friend
    Best Friend
    Yelawolf's long-awaited sophomore album, Love Story, is out next week, but we're getting a leak at one of the project's most anticipated tracks a bit early. Today, "Best Friend" has made it's way out, featuring a guest verse from Yela's Shady Records boss, Eminem. As he tends to do, Em goes long, going well over 16 bars. Meanwhile, Yela handles hook duties, offering yet another country-inflected melody that works perfectly over the arpeggiated guitar line. Look out for the album April 21st. 
  • Kingpin
    Irvine, CA rapper Ca$his is gearing up for the release of his 4th studio album The County Hound 3, which is set to drop on April 7, and he's just dropped off "Kingpin", the project's first single. The rap king of Orange County spits on a gritty beat provided by The Coalition & Rikanatti, and invites Young Buck, Arez Cobain, and June B to throw down as well. Though Rikanatti handles the bulk of the production on CH3, the album will also feature production from Eminem, with whom Ca$his has collaborated in the past.
  • Detroit Vs. Everybody
    Detroit Vs. Everybody
    Detroit native, Obie Trice, is back and he just dropped his newest single, "Detroit Vs. Everybody," an ominous slap with the theme song of The Walking Dead in the background. A few of his classics recently premiered on the Shady Records compilation album, Shady XV, and his new stuff is just as fresh as ever. As for the original "Detroit Vs.
  • Shady's #1 (Freestyle)
    Shady's #1 (Freestyle)
    If the artwork on Crooked I (AKA KXNG CROOKED)'s new track is to be believed, Eminem's Shady XV is currently the number one album in the country. For the Slaughterhouse member, that's reason to celebrate, as he was included on a few tracks and will most likely never sniff the top spot again. Today, he drops off a freestyle over O.T. Genasis' "CoCo" entitled "Shady's #1."
  • Rabbit Run
    Rabbit Run
    Tonight, HNHH was happy to premiere the mixtape from DK Whoo Kid & Shady Records titled Shady Classics. Laced with 66 tracks (that’s no typo), the monster project is filled with a mixture of older songs, newer ones, and freestyles all from various members of the Shady gang, including many of 50's older joints.
  • Psychopath Killer
    Psychopath Killer
    As we all await Eminem and Shady Records' Shady XV compilation, the label has dropped off another new track from it. "Psychopath Killer" features Em, Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse, and was produced by the insanely talented team of Just Blaze, Boi-1da & The Maven Boys. 
  • Lose Yourself (Original Demo Version)
    Lose Yourself (Original Demo Version)
    In a recent trailer of Beats By Dre video series, Beat-By-Beat, we got to hear Em briefly speak on one of his most recognizable tracks, "Lose Yourself." The full interview, which has yet to drop, is expected to find Eminem share the full story behind the making of the hit record.
  • Don't Approach Me
    Don't Approach Me
    We went on a Cash Money streak in terms of the TBT tracks, so we're switching things up today. We're getting pretty excited about Eminem's 15-year anniversary album Shady XV, which drops on November 24th, so we're taking things back to Em's hey-day with his feature and production on Xzibit's "Don't Approach Me." We need some more Eminem beats in our lives amirite?
  • Detroit Vs. Everybody
    Detroit Vs. Everybody
    Hours after hitting us with the Shady CXVPHER, Eminem is back again, this time recruiting his hometown homies Royce Da 5’9″, Big Sean, Danny Brown, Trick Trick, and Dej Loaf for a new record called “Detroit Vs. Everybody”.
  • Hail Mary (Murder Inc. Diss)
    Hail Mary (Murder Inc. Diss)
    We have a persistent commenter asking us to throw up a Murder Inc. throwback record, and I promise it'll happen soon, but this week we're going with 50 Cent's infamous diss records towards Irv Gotti's crew and Ja Rule specifically, with assistance from Eminem and Busta Rhymes. Sorry (not sorry). This is almost like a Murder Inc. throwback, right?
  • Guts Over Fear
    Guts Over Fear
    This is about as exciting a day as hip-hop has had in a long, long time. On top of new music from G-Unit, Drake, and Usher, we've also received official word that Eminem is dropping a new project titled Shady XV this Black Friday. While presumably named in honor of The Slim Shady LP's 15 year anniversary, there's little to no information available with regard to the album (or EP, or re-release) at this time. 
  • Twerk Dat Pop That
    Twerk Dat Pop That
    In the past few months, Trick-Trick has made a name for himself as the self-proclaimed mayor of Detroit and the implementer of the city's "no fly zone," which recently barred Rick Ross from performing in the D. Following the release of his mixtape The Godfather 3, he's teamed with two of the biggest names his city's ever produced: Eminem and Royce Da 5'9".
  • Calm Down
    Calm Down
    This has been a long time coming, but finally we got word last week that Busta Rhymes highly anticipated collaboration with Eminem, "Calm Down", would be arriving this week. What better way to start your Monday morning than by listening to a new Bussa Bus x Em collabo? Production comes from Scoop DeVille, and the song serves as the first official single off Busta's forthcoming album E.L.E. 2.