Posted by , Jun 12, 2015 at 01:46pm
Drum & Bass rapper Harry Shotta has broken Eminem's record.

In 2013, Eminem set the record for the most words used in one song, due to his blindingly fast verses on "Rap God". Unfortunately, his 1560-word record has now been bested, and chances are you've never heard of the guy who did it.

Harry Shotta is the man behind "Animal"-- another 6 minute song that features some impressively speedy double time, and set a new record for words-per-song, coming in at 1771 total.

Shotta is well known in the Drum and Bass scene, and is based in the UK. His record is no accident either, as he told UKF about his goal to break the record. "The process is a long-winded one but we know the word count is more than Eminem and hopefully they’ll recognize that," he said of the word count, assuring there are no hard feelings toward Eminem in his intent. "This is purely about pushing our art and having some fun."

As far as we know, Guinness has not actually made the record official.

Watch the video below. Is it more impressive than "Rap God"?

Eminem No Longer Holds The Record For Most Words In One Song

Drum & Bass rapper Harry Shotta has broken Eminem's record.


In 2013, Eminem set the record for the most words used in one song, due to his blindingly fast verses on "Rap God". Unfortunately, his 1560-word record has now been bested, and chances are you've never heard of the guy who did it.

Harry Shotta is the man behind "Animal"-- another 6 minute song that features some impressively speedy double time, and set a new record for words-per-song, coming in at 1771 total.

Shotta is well known in the Drum and Bass scene, and is based in the UK. His record is no accident either, as he told UKF about his goal to break the record. "The process is a long-winded one but we know the word count is more than Eminem and hopefully they’ll recognize that," he said of the word count, assuring there are no hard feelings toward Eminem in his intent. "This is purely about pushing our art and having some fun."

As far as we know, Guinness has not actually made the record official.

Watch the video below. Is it more impressive than "Rap God"?

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