Hate it or love it, this is definitely one of the more noteworthy cuts from Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP 2, and the words were by far the most popular of the week. Most of us were expecting something much harder, but instead we got quirky descriptions of romantic insecurity from both Marshall and Kendrick, over a blatant sample of Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders' 1965 hit "The Game Of Love".
The track's far from soft, though - the instrumental's upbeat, and neither emcee takes the Drake approach, remaining aggressive. This is a collaboration between alter egos (K.Dot and Slim Shady), and neither of them hold back. If you were disappointed by this record, try and appreciate the underlying hilarity of their bitterness.
Although many of you probably have the leak already, the MMLP2 officially drops on November 5th.
You could suck a softball through a straw, used to be my fiance
'Til you sucked on Wayne, Andre, and Kanye
Lebron, Akon, Jay, Lil Jon, Raekwon, Ma$e
Polow Tha Don, Drake, Dante Ross, James Conway, Kwame?!
[Excerpt: Kendrick Lamar]
She doesn't love me, no she don't love me no more
She hates my company, yeah, she don't love me no more
I tried to get her up out of my head, left my bags at the door
She screamed she loved me like she never did before
Never been a more compelling case
Than the model covered in L'Oréal and mace
Who fell from grace 11 stories for storytelling
But the whore was yelling "rape!" 'til her vocal cords were swelling
And her voice was more hoarser than Tori Spelling's face
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