It's no secret that the fans are desperately seeking a sequel to Bad Meets Evil's Hell: The Sequel, especially given that Eminem and Royce Da 5'9" have been collaborating more than ever before. From 2018 till today, the pair have connected on "Caterpillar," "Not Alike," "You Gon' Learn," "Yah Yah," and "I Will," making these past two years their most fruitful era in a minute. 

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Lord knows it's been long enough since the pair delivered their first and only album as a duo, with Hell: The Sequel having been released on June 11th, 2011. Now, with both parties sounding undeniably focused, it seems like the perfect time to begin planting the seeds for a reunion effort. Though the pandemic may have thrown a wrench in the best-laid plans of many-a-rapper, it seems as if Nickle has been building up a vault of instrumentals -- including a few he's already teased as possible Eminem joints.

Now, Royce has once again taken to the studio with one goal in mind: production. While some of his selections are undeniably left-field for the BME brand, every so often he seems to stumble upon a sample that would suit the macabre and playful direction they tend to take. "NOBODY else besides Dre understands Em creatively like myself," captions Royce, alongside footage of his latest experiment. While it doesn't appear to be a finished beat, the sample Royce has chosen certainly seems like something that would suit Em's creepier side. Check it out for yourself below, and sound off -- are you excited to see how Nickle might flip this one?