Eminem and Snoop Dogg Team Up For a New Song
Eminem and Snoop Dogg have teamed up for a new song. Entitled “From the D 2 the LBC,” the bicoastal song has a music video directed by James Larese that features live footage of the rappers as well as Bored Ape avatars. This is the second collaboration between the two rappers since their appearance at the Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show. Other artists who performed on the show included Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar.
The new song has been the subject of much discussion. It was first released on Aug. 26. Fans are divided over whether it is a good song or a bad one. Eminem is a renowned rapper and lyricist and has been known for his violent lyrics, but his new song is different than his previous work. He’s professed his faith in Jesus, while DJ Khaled is a professed Muslim.
The rapper has also announced the release of Curtain Call 2, his second greatest hits album. The album contains 34 songs from Eminem’s career. It follows his first greatest hits album, which was released in 2005. The album features collaborations with Rihanna, Juice WRLD, and other artists.
Eminem has been keeping fans guessing about his next album for a while. But the long wait paid off and fans now have something to look forward to. The song is a reimagining of Elvis Presley’s iconic hit “Jailhouse Rock”. It also features a CeeLo Green chorus. The rapper tries to capture the essence of both the legendary artist and the King of Rock and Roll.
“Tone Deaf” has an animated video and is included in Eminem’s forthcoming album “Music to Be Murdered By.” It’s an antidiss track, a response to the TikTok campaign that tried to cancel Eminem’s song over a decade old lyric.
While the song’s release date is still unknown, fans should know that it’s Eminem’s first new music since 2015’s “Compton.” In the past year, Snoop Dogg revealed that Dre would be releasing the track through the Grand Theft Auto video game.
The song was co-produced by Dr. Dre and Trevor Lawrence Jr., and was initially recorded for Relapse 2, but the album wasn’t released. The two previously worked together on a song called “Move on Up,” which didn’t get a release date. It was eventually scrapped.