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.
On the the track, Tech name-checks the late, great Richie Havens and then ends up interpolating "Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child" (a traditional song Havens also interpolated on his song "Freedom") as the hook. Eminem's verse is truly something else, as the speed at which he spits is remarkable, even by his high standards. Let us know what you think.
Murder you on a song and then I'll just say
I was with Dr. Dre and Robert Blake
Eatin' lobster, steak and coffee cake
At a restaurant with Drake
And Tech just got to make sure that our stories corroborate
I'm a lot to take like Kanye walking up on the stage for Beyonce like it’s my job to say that you’re not a real artist, but it’s my obligation