Eminem & Logic Kill The Game On Their 1st Collabo (Audio)

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On Wednesday (May 1), Logic announced that he dropping a new song with Eminem called “Homicide” and now it’s here. The track’s eerie instrumentals set the stage for each MC/producer’s maniacal bars. Logic begins his first verse with swagger.”I’m foamin’ out the mouth, ain’t nobody takin’ me out / Every single rapper in the industry, yeah, they know what I’m about,” he raps. “And I dare you to test me / ‘Cause not a single one of you mothaf*ckas impress me.” Eminem joins Logic on the song in the third verse and employs many of his infamous double-time bars with double entendres.

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The new collaborative song comes after Logic announced his new album, Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind is “coming soon.” Since the announcement, he released a separate project called Supermarket, which is a companion album to his novel of the same name. Eminem’s latest release was 2018’s Kamikaze. Previously, both artists appeared on renditions of Royce 5’9’s 2018 single, “Caterpillar.” Em made the video single version, with Logic on the remix.

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