Eminem spits an insane amount of bars on “Godzilla” featuring Juice WRLD.
There’s a lot that can be said about Eminem, but rarely will you find anyone willing to deny his raw talent when it comes to lyricism and speed in his songs. His newest project, Music To Be Murdered By, is no exception when it comes to lyrical skill and execution. With the track, “Godzilla,” Em beat his own record for the fastest rap song ever, spitting 229 words in just 30 seconds. The track features the late rapper Juice WRLD, which means that the young artist who passed away much too soon will forever be memorialized in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The previous record, also held by Eminem, was accomplished by the song “Rap God” featured on The Marshall Mathers LP 2 in 2013. The new record measures Eminem at spitting 7.6 words per second during the fastest verse, which doesn’t even seem possible.
Previously, Twista was named the fastest rapper in the world in 1992. At the time, the Chicago rapper’s record clocked him in at 11.2 syllables per second. Twista technically still holds this record, as the Guinness association has changed the way they measure speed in rap songs.
While Eminem’s most well-known world record may be for his impressive speed, the Detroit rapper has also held several other records as well. He has earned the titles of the most consecutive albums by a solo artist to debut at number one in the US, the rapper with the most number one albums in the UK, the 21st century’s first decade’s top-selling album act, and the largest vocabulary for a recording artist. A study published by Musixmatch found that Eminem used 8,910 unique words in the lyrics of his 100 longest tracks. He is followed by Jay Z and Tupac, who also utilize an expansive vocabulary in their music.
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Lil Wayne Had DaBaby & Young Thug Collabs On “Funeral” Album
Lil Wayne has a collaboration with DaBaby and Lil Wayne sitting on a hard drive in Young Money’s office.
Lil Wayne’s new album “Funeral” had features from two of the hottest rappers right now, so why haven’t we heard them? Mack Maine explained in a new interview what happened to two collaborations for Wayne’s album that never made it out. According to the Young Money President, Wayne has a song with Charlotte rapper DaBaby as well as his once labelmate Young Thug.
Thugger and Weezy have had their differences in the past, but it seems that they’ve both moved past that, according to Maine. DaBaby, who is one of the hottest rappers in the game currently, is also a fan of Lil Wayne’s talent, and the feeling is mutual Maine says.
“We had one with DaBaby, but we had some clearance issues. They should still be collabing soon, whether it’s on Wayne or DaBaby’s next album,” Mack Maine told Complex. “DaBaby always gives Wayne his props in different interviews, saying how he influenced him coming up. And Wayne actually fucks with his flow too. So that was organic. And we had one with Thug. It’s a beast. Thug wanted to do something fresh because he did his vocals in 2017, so he felt like his vocals were a little too old.”
Even though the tracks never made it to Funeral’s final tracklist, Mack Maine says we might still hear them in the future. “Hopefully, one day, we could figure it out,” Maine contines. “I’ll figure it out, holler at Thug and his people, and figure out a way that it could still be heard. It’s a monster.”
The label executive then explained the process of choosing what collaboration records make the album. “And that’s usually how it goes,” the label head added
Now that fans know that a song with Lil Wayne and Young Thug exists, they will be clamoring to get a taste of the unexpected collaboration. The DaBaby record is also expected to be certified fire, and we hope that clearance for the Grammy-nominated rapper’s vocals will come through soon. It looks like Lil Wayne currently has some gems in storage.
Lil Baby Denies Cheating On Jayda Cheaves With Alexis Skyy
Lil Baby wants no part of the beef between his girlfriend Jayda and Alexis Skyy.
All hell broke loose on Saturday when Alexis Skyy and Ari Fletcher started beefing on Twitter. But things turned for the worst very quickly and Lil Baby’s baby mama Jayda Cheaves, as well as, Fetty Wap’s baby mama Masika Kalysha, got involved. According to Alexis, the feud started because she went and got her nails done, but I figured it’s much bigger than that. These females don’t like each other for years in the industry, and it appears that things are just reaching a boiling point.
Alexis Skyy and Masika have been sworn enemy for years, mostly due to them sharing the same baby daddy, Fetty Wap, but it’s starting to make sense why Skyy and Jayda have a mutual disdain for each other. During their heated exchanged this weekend, Skyy claimed that she and Lil Baby had a thing going on, forcing the rapper to addressed the accusations.
NBA YoungBoy Will Be One Of The Geatest Rappers, Says Birdman
Birdman just gave NBA YoungBoy his lifetime stamp of approval.
NBA YoungBoy has been on top of his game over the last year and pretty much dominated most of the platforms throughout 2019. While the 20-year-old rapper often pays homage to some legends in the game who are also veterans, there is one who is returning the praise and even projecting that YoungBoy will be great for a very long time.
Birdman stopped by Complex’s Everyday Struggle for an interview with DJ Akademiks and company. The Cash Money CEO talked about being a mentor to Young Thug for years and expecting a lot from him. In the same breath, Birdman also acknowledged NBA YoungBoy and the potential he sees in him. “I think NBA YoungBoy gon’ be one of the biggest artists that we done ever seen,” the music producer said in the interview. “I think he gon’ be real big.”
According to Birdman, he has a great relationship with the famous Young Money trio, but he also has a special relationship with Thugger, who he says really picked his brain and learned a lot from him. Birdman says he cares to give rappers who look up to him the tools they need to be self-sufficient so they can make their own, and that includes YoungBoy.
“It ain’t always about money. Money ain’t good sometimes,” Birdman said when asked about Young Thug’s label not being a subsidiary of Cash Money. “I ain’t tryna ever make no money off him. I want to help him and show him how to do it so he can help everything that’s around him. Same thing with NBA, same thing with my lil nephew Nino. That’s what this sh*t is about is reproducing bruh,” he continued. “Back in the day all we had was school and sports. Now we have music to get a n***a out the ghetto.”
NBA YoungBoy’s achievements are not going unnoticed. The rapper was dubbed King of YouTube for surpassing every other rapper for most views in the U.S. YoungBoy Never Broke Again is also one of the top-selling rappers in the U.S. for all of last year, only third to Post Malone and Drake in that order.
Birdman is considered an expert in the industry, so his word certainly carries more weight than a grain of salt.
Eminem Speak On Whether He’s The King Of Hip Hop & If He’s A Guest In The Genre
Eminem says he’s absolutely a guest in hip hop, but here’s also what he said about being called a king in the genre.
Eminem recently released his album Music To Be Murdered By and it brought up a conversation that he further highlighted in a skit called “Perspective” on Royce da 5’9″ new album “The Allegory.” It’s often said that white rappers are guests in hip-hop. Based on Eminem’s incredible talent, legend status, and veteran form, it’s easy to wonder what his thoughts are on the topic.
During the interview, Em was asked about the issue, and he addressed it head-on. “That’s the funny thing,” he replied. “I don’t know if I got a chance to say this yet. But the funny sh*t is, with the whole beef with a certain person… I never said I wasn’t a guest,” he continued. “Like, I’m absolutely a guest. I never said I wasn’t. And I never said I was king of anything, right?”
Eminem went on to explain that he not only never claimed the title, but he also doesn’t even care to. “I had a song called ‘Kings Never Die’ but that was the concept of the song. I’m like, ‘I can’t say I’m the king of Hip Hop,’ so I threw Run-DMC in there, Jam Master Jay… I don’t want to be the king of Hip Hop. Who the f**k is the king of Hip Hop? Is there a king of Hip Hop?”
According to Eminem, it’s also a bit hard to gauge because what you’d expect the criteria to be is often denounced. “People say, ‘Just because you sell the most records doesn’t mean you’re the best. Just because you can rap 40 million syllables doesn’t mean you’re the best.’ Like I care more about rhyming the syllables. You know what I’m saying, I care more about the craft than any of the other stuff.”
Eminem’s work is definitely a reflection of his keen attention to his craft. The prolific rapper is undoubtedly one of the best rappers of all time, and he displays it on every track. Do you think Eminem is a guest in hip-hop?
Nipsey Hussle Murder Suspect Eric Holder Gets April Trial Date
Nipsey Hussle’s alleged killer got a trial date for the murder case.
March 31 will mark a year since Nipsey Hussle was killed, and it might become another important date in the departed rapper’s story. Eric Holder, the man who was accused of shooting Nipsey Hussle, was taken into custody more days after the rapper’s death.
This week Holder appeared in court for a hearing with Judge Robert Perry and was given a trial date. According to NY Daily News, the judge said the trial would begin at the beginning of April and will likely last for approximately two weeks.
“Mr. Holder, as you know, this is an important case and a serious case,” Judge Perry reportedly told Holder in court. “These cases take time to get ready for trial. You have the right to a speedy trial. Are you OK that we continue this case, and you come back on March 18 and we do our best to start your trial within 30 days. Are you OK with that?” he asked. The murder suspect responded positively.
Nipsey Hussle was shot and killed in front of his Marathon Clothing store in South Los Angeles, California, in March 2019. Last year May Eric Holder was indicted by a grand jury for several federal charges including one count of possession of a firearm by a felon, one count of murder and two counts of attempted murder.
After the jury took a second look at the high profile case, Holder was hit with two new counts of assault with a firearm due to injuries sustained by people at the crime scene. He is reportedly looking at life in prison if he is convicted on all charges.
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