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How many times had Eminem been out rapped ? How regularly does Eminem steal the show on songs ?

On Nas' classic hip hop diss record 'Ether' to Jay-Z he claims "Eminem murdered you on your shit". This undoubtedly increased Eminem's respect level and legacy among hip hop fans. Not only because Nas is extremely respected as one of the GOATS but also because Jay-Z is also seen as one of the GOATS, so for Eminem to out rap him that was a huge deal to many people. Since then it seems Eminem has earned the reputation of murdering people on their own songs.
Even legendary artists like Snoop Dogg, say things like this : https://youtu.be/SO-AW2A7XC0?t=3
Even Nore asked Lil Wayne about this very topic: https://youtu.be/C4Ev-ezdThA

So what is this post about, you ask. This post is about going through almost every single collaboration (94 in total) Eminem has ever done with another rapper and finding out how regularly does Eminem really body rappers on their on own records. We are going to divide this list into three categories.
  1. I excluded D12 songs because most of the time he has the best verse, let's be real.
  2. I also excluded collaborations i hadn't heard, mainly from 1998.
  3. I gave explanations were i felt necessary.

  1. Ed Sheeran ft. Eminem & 50 Cent — Remember The Name... Poor verses all around but Eminem was better.
  2. Logic and Eminem – Homicide... Easily
  3. Eminem — Chloraseptic (feat. 2 Chainz & PHRESHER) (Remix).... Top 5 Eminem verses since his comeback in 2009
  4. Royce Da 5’9″ — Caterpillar (feat. Eminem & King Green)... Eminem stole the show
  5. Nicki Minaj feat. Eminem — Majesty
  6. 3. Lucky You.... One of Eminem's best verses since his comeback in 2009.
  7. 8. Not Alike.... RIP MGK
  8. Dr. Dre — Medicine Man (feat. Eminem, Candice Pillay & Anderson .Paak)..... Breathtaking
  9. Tech N9ne — Speedom (WWC2) (feat. Eminem & Krizz Kaliko)... Stole the show
  10. Yelawolf — Best Friend (feat. Eminem)... Stole the song
  11. 09 — Bad Meets Evil — All I Think About
  12. Eminem, Slaughterhouse & Yelawolf — SHADY CXVPHER... If Kxng Crooked had more time he might have done better but Eminem had more quantity & quality.
  13. 02 — Slaughterhouse — Psychopath Killer (feat. Eminem & Yelawolf)... A dark knight on a dark night
  14. 14 — Love Game (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
  15. 50 Cent – My Life (feat. Eminem & Adam Levine)...
  16. Dr. Dre – I Need A Doctor (feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey)
  17. 01 – Welcome 2 Hell..... I'm saying i die hard !!
  18. 02 – Fast Lane.... Give him head or ima have to take it.
  19. 04 – Above The Law
  20. 05 – I’m On Everything (feat. Mike Epps)... Royce was joking too much in his 1st verse, Em got this.
  21. 06 – A Kiss
  22. 10 – Living Proof (Bonus Track)
  23. 11 – Echo (feat. Liz Rodrigues) (Bonus Track)
  24. Eminem, Royce Da 5’9″ & Kon Artis – Tim Westwood Freestyle
  25. B.o.B. – Airplanes Pt. II (feat. Eminem & Hayley Williams)...
  26. 09 – No Love (feat. Lil Wayne).... Still not sure how i feel about that monopoly line but Em had the better vers on both their collaborations
  27. Lil Wayne – Drop The World (feat. Eminem)
  28. Eminem & Royce Da 5’9″ – Scary Movies
  29. 50 Cent – Psycho (feat. Eminem)
  30. 18 – Crack A Bottle (feat. Dr. Dre & 50 Cent)... I don't love this song, but Em got this
  31. 01 – Forever (feat. Drake, Kanye West & Lil Wayne)... That feature where he stole the show.
  32. 07 – You Don’t Know – 50 Cent, Eminem, Cashis & Lloyd Banks
  33. Trick Trick – Welcome To Detroit City (feat. Eminem)
  34. 50 Cent – Gatman & Robin (feat. Eminem)
  35. The Game – We Ain’t (feat. Eminem)... Game literally says it in the songs. LMAO.
  36. Lloyd Banks – Warrior Part 2 (feat. Eminem, 50 Cent & Nate Dogg)
  37. Fat Joe – Lean Back (Remix) (feat. Mase, Eminem & Lil’ Jon)... Even on his bad days he's better than everyon one on this.
  38. DMX – Go To Sleep (feat. Eminem & Obie Trice)
  39. 50 Cent – Patiently Waiting (feat. Eminem).... One of his best verses.
  40. 50 Cent – Don’t Push Me (feat. Eminem & Lloyd Banks)
  41. Obie Trice – We All Die One Day (feat. 50 Cent, Eminem & Lloyd Banks)
  42. 09 – Drips (feat. Obie Trice)
  43. 17 – Say What You Say (feat. Dr. Dre) I joke when i say i'm the best in the booth
  44. Eminem – What The Beat (feat. Method Man & Royce Da 5’9″)
  45. The Madd Rapper – Stir Crazy (feat. Eminem)
  46. Eminem – Bump Heads (feat. 50 Cent, Tony Yayo & Lloyd Banks)
  47. Xzibit – Don’t Approach Me (feat. Eminem)
  48. Eminem & Proof – 40 Min Tim Westwood Freestyle... I recommend listening to this, these guys are so competitive.
  49. 14 – Amityville ft. Bizarre
  50. Dr. Dre – What’s The Difference (feat. Xzibit & Eminem)
  51. Dr. Dre – Forgot About Dre (feat. Eminem)
  52. Eminem – Renegade (feat. Royce Da 5’9″)
  53. The Notorious B.I.G. – Dead Wrong (feat. Eminem)... If Biggie was alive he would have given Em a run for his money.
  54. 03 – Guilty Conscience (feat. Dr. Dre)... Take advice from someone who slapped Dee Barnes ?
  55. Eminem & Royce Da 5’9″ – Nuttin’ To Do.... Top 5 funniest Eminem verses.
  56. Eminem – Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito Show Freestyle (feat. Royce Da 5’9″).....Prime Em was unstoppable.
  57. Eminem & Royce Da 5’9″ – Halftime Show Freestyle
  58. Eminem – Wake Up Show Freestyle 2 (feat. Aristotle & Dilated Peoples Aris)
  59. Eminem – Wake Up Show Freestyle 3 (feat. Aristotle & Royce Da 5’9″)
  60. Eminem – Wake Up Show Freestyle 4 (feat. Coca Brovas)
  61. 07 – No One’s Iller (feat. Swift, Bizarre Kid & Fuzz)..... Easily

  1. Conway The Machine ft. Eminem – Bang..... Conway rode the beat far better and fit the track more but Eminem went off topis but had more worplay.... it prefers on which you prefer..... no clear winner
  2. Big Sean — No Favors (feat. Eminem)..... Very similar to Bang, Big Sean is on topic and concise... Eminem goes off topic but had cool bars..... prefers on what you prefer.
  3. Busta Rhymes — Calm Down (feat. Eminem)
  4. T.I. – All She Wrote (feat. Eminem)
  5. Nicki Minaj – Roman’s Revenge (feat. Eminem)... Nicki held her own.
  6. Mos Def, Black Thought & Eminem – BET Cypher 2009 (Freestyle)..... Depends on whether Em's rape bars make you cringe..... Different styles, no clear winner.
  7. Busta Rhymes – I’ll Hurt You (feat. Eminem)
  8. Jadakiss – Welcome To D-Block (feat. Sheek, Styles P. & Eminem)
  9. Eminem – Hail Mary (feat. 50 Cent & Busta Rhymes)... Busta Rhymes ALWAYS gives Eminem a hard time..... to close to call.
  10. Jay-Z – Renegade (feat. Eminem)...... People still debate this till this day, don't deceive yourself.
  11. Eminem – Hellbound (feat. J-Black & Masta Ace).... Masta Ace is ill.
  12. Eminem – Off The Wall (feat. Redman).... One of my favorite Eminem collaborations.
  13. 09 – Remember Me (feat. Sticky Fingaz & RBX)... I personally think Em got this one BUT i can't deceive myself and say it's not arguable.
  14. 15 – Bitch Please II (feat. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg & Xzibit).... Xzibit is ill on this.
  15. Sway & Tech – The Anthem (feat. Eminem, RZA, Kool G. Rap, Xzibit, Pharoah Monch, Tech N9ne, KRS-One & Jayo Felony)... Kool G Rap laced this joint.
  16. 19 – Bad Meets Evil (feat. Royce Da 5’9″)
  17. Eminem – Wake Up Show Freestyle 5 (feat. MC Juice, Akinyele & Planet Asia)..... One of the most competitive freestyles ever. Please go find this and listen to this.

  1. Boogie ft. Eminem – Rainy Days..... Please defend that herd line.
  2. 06 — Bad Meets Evil — Raw
  3. 04 — Bad Meets Evil — Vegas....Royce gives concise verses with amazing punchlines and Eminem goes on and on and on and loses himself,
  4. 12 — Eminem, Royce Da 5’9″, Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf & Trick Trick — Detroit Vs. Everybody..... Eminem didn't even have the 2nd best verse on this song.
  5. Big Tigger, Eminem & Slaughterhouse — Rap City EM360 Freestyle
  6. Slaughterhouse – Our House (feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey)..... Kxng Crooked !!
  7. Yelawolf, Slaughterhouse & Eminem – BET Cypher 2011 (Freestyle)... Joe Budden & Crooked I had the best verse but i will admit Em's verse was murderous.
  8. 03 – The Reunion....
  9. 07 – Lighters (feat. Bruno Mars)
  10. 08 – Take From Me
  11. 09 – Loud Noises (feat. Slaughterhouse)
  12. 19 – Session One (feat. Slaughterhouse) (Bonus Track)
  13. T.I. – Touchdown (feat. Eminem)...... Might be Em's worst verse on a feature.
  14. 03 – Never Enough (feat. 50 Cent & Nate Dogg)
  15. 02 – Love Me – Obie Trice, Eminem & 50 Cent.... Used to listen to Lauryn Hill...

So i i checked out 94 collaborations out of the 94 Eminem had the best verse on 64.8 % of his collaborations. It was arguable 18% of the time and was out rapped 15.95% but rarely by people out of his Shady crew.

What song do you disagree ?
Are there songs where i said it's arguable but it's not ?
Do you think Eminem has ever gotten out rapped ?
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The Hip Hop Lines of the 2010s

I usually do an annual write up but here’s a bonus. NOTE: These are lyrics that somewhat defined the artists who in turn defined 2010-2019. These ARE NOT the best lines said by an artist nor their most memorable bars. Most of these lines also are from early in the decade/career as they seem fitting (self-fulfilling prophecy and shit). Also, this list is popularity over skill. Any of the relatively smaller artists mentioned are from my own bias of their skill and impact/notoriety in hip hop during the 2010s. I ask posters to tell me their favorite/memorable lines, and to try and put me onto an artist I perhaps never listened to. There are several of my favorites that I simply cannot put on here or are regulated to the honorable mentions. This is a thick list so I cannot do a proper write up for all entries.
“Rap is the new rock ‘n’ roll! We the rock stars!” - Kanye West, BBC Radio 1 Interview
The most defining line of rap this past decade is not from a song, but is from a Kanye rant. My feelings on Mr. West has changed over the years, and while I disagree with his recent statements, this quote from 2013 is still stands. Rap is the new rock. Rap is now the genre that is at the top. Rap is the genre full of the “bad influences” that middle America is too ignorant to actual look at. Rap is the genre with the bad words, the political statements, the party tracks, the nonsense, the soul, the spirit, the drug overdoses, the groupies, the strong women, the breakoffs into sub-genres, etc. After 40 years, Hip Hop music is the dominant genre and its influence is worldwide. We can’t be stopped.
“If I die, I’m a legend,” – Drake, Legend
I remember when Best I Never Had dropped its music video and my sister called me into the living room to watch it on MTV2. Halfway through, I asked her, “Isn’t that the wheelchair dude on that show you like?” Who fucking knew that Jimmy from Degrassi would turn into the biggest star of the 2010s. Love him, hate him, he’s broken records in sales/streaming and he made a lot of money in the meantime. When Drake said this bar in 2015, there was some arguments, but he’s right: If he died at that position, his fans would force the culture to see him as a legend. And despite my issues with him, I can name three) strong reasons that makes his statement true. A toast to the Champagne Papi.
“Step on my neck and get blood on your Nike checks. I don't mind 'cause one day you'll respect - The good kid, m.A.A.d city” – Kendrick Lamar, good kid
Despite other rappers being more popular than him in certain circles of entertainment, Kendrick Lamar has earned his position as the King of Hip Hop. From his rise under Dre to beating Drake in sales, Kendrick’s journey to the top was an amazing experience for listeners. In three fantastic albums, Kendrick cemented his legacy in the 2010s and until another rapper can outdo him, he holds the crown. (Plus, three great albums tends to throws you into GOAT talk). Put it this way: Kendrick Lamar is a better rapper than your favorite rapper. His “throwaway” album was great. His soundtrack album was great. And yes, MAAD city is the better song, but dammit, the song before it should get loved as well.
“I can’t relate to my peers. I’d rather live outside. I’d rather chip my pride than lose my mind” – Frank Ocean, Siegfried
“I’m a fucking walking paradox” – Tyler, the Creator, Yonkers
“It hurt cuz I can’t keep a date or put personal time in, or reverse to the times when my face didn’t surprise you before I did the shit that earned me my term on that island” – Earl Sweatshirt, Faucet
This applies to the previous three lines: At the start of the decade, Earl was rapping about sexual assault, Tyler was pissing every one off, and Frank was putting out projects at a steady rate. Oh yeah, they also were all form the same group, named “Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All” which is connected to “Golf Wang” “Flog Gnaw,” and had a few members appear in the beloved “Gucci Gucci” music video with Kreashawn (more about that in another thread). The changes from 2011 OF to the standalone acts of Tyler, Earl, and Frank are crazy to review. Others have, so I won’t, but man I’m glad to have witnessed these three artist grow in and out of their music.
“I'm just playing, but all good jokes contain true shit, same rope you climb up on, they'll hang you with” – J. Cole, Fire Squad
I consider Cole the amongst Drake and Kendrick as the “Three Musketeers” of 2010s rap, at least popularity wise. The trio laid down so many good tracks. J. Cole fits a lot of what people wanted from a rapper after the ringtone-rap era. But, once he started doing it, it’s like people didn’t want it anymore. Folks called him boring, but everyone knew he could spit. In comes 2014 FHD, and boy, Cole cemented his place in the Big 3, and he’s pretty good at ball, too. While 4 Your Eyez Only and KOD split some fans apart, I liked the albums. He has pushed his image as a bigger brother in rap, or at least, a middle child, so let’s see what he can do in 2020.
“The kid that used to pitch bricks can't be pigeonholed” – Jay-Z, Family Feud
In the third decade of his (studio album) career, Jay has blessed us with another classic in the form of 4:44, expressing the maturity of a former drug dealer turned rappebusinesscomma man. Fanboying aside, Jay has taken up the role hip-hop’s dad. One that lectures you about what’s right from wrong at the end of a sitcom. Shout out to Uncle Phil, Carl Winslow, Pops, and even Dre from black-ish.FuckPillCosby Jay also collaborates and give shout outs to rising rappers he deems fit for the mic. It was a bit of a rocky start with MCHG telling people to appreciate art, but it took a retrospective of Shawn Carter and several guest features to remind people that Hov’s still alive.
“I’m beginning to feel like I’m a Rap god” – Eminem, Rap God
Another legend in his third decade of rhyming. After the divisive Relapse in 2009, Eminem took on a different persona, or at least cut down on Slim Shady, until he wanted to promote a sequel. He has a “father of rap” role amongst the younger rappers of this generation, but it’s the dad whose jokes don’t always land well. For every Caterpillar verse or Chloraseptic Remix, there’s a Revival. He keeps doing those songs with [insert female pop vocalist] on the chorus that don’t land like they did on his first few albums, and yet, he’ll still give you a career just to destroy it in a rap beef. It’s like, we know he can spit, but he keeps releasing shit that proves otherwise. (I originally used a line from his 2011 BET Cypher, so go check that out )
“It's so different now, everything is so different now” – Logic, Till the End
It’s like, we know he can spit, but he keeps releasing shit that proves otherwise. He keeps doing those songs with [“I’m biracial!”] on the chorus, but it don’t land like his first few mixtapes, yet, he’ll looks up recent Logic lyric . . . yet he’ll “suck a dick just to prove it ain’t that way”. . . Huh? I honestly Logic gets caught under pressure and the hate on social media gets to him. Here’s another white rapper that people say is killing mumble rappers and “saving rap.” Look, Logic and Em got skill, and they’ve proven so. If anything, their fanbase can be too much. White people really love white rappers, eh?
“I'm underrated, don't fit on nobody's playlist, If I ain't in your top 10 then you're a racist” – Mac Miller, Here We Go
And all types of people really respect Mac Miller. From frat rap to philosophical lines to rapping about pussy to introspective lines about his drug habits, Mac gained a lot of respect from his peers. I know I said I can’t write a lot for everyone, but I’ll be unfair for Mac: he helped me better understand my own issues in life, namely any possible issues with my mental health and my thought process on certain destructive behaviors. He wasn’t my favorite rapper, but I loved listening to his shit. This lovable goof sadly passed away in September 2018, and it was arguably the hardest a celebrity’s death hit me. Partly because he was around my age, partly because he influenced my train of thought, as corny as some internet thugs believe that sounds. Thus, I did NOT pick one of the many lines that talk about him overdosing or dying before he turns 27. He will be sorely missed, by family, friends, and peers. Mac Miller is another example of a beautiful character arc, as much as the road was rocky and the end sucked. I really do hope people don’t just see him as an ex-boyfriend of Ariana Grande. . . R.I.P Mac Miller. Don’t do drugs, kids.
“Fuck it, mask off” – Future, Mask Off
Don’t do drugs. Future’s influence on rap is something I probably cannot truly describe. From his cadence, to his subject matter, to his drug habits. He’s seen as a figurehead for toxic masculinity as well as someone hiding his some sad lines behind rattling hi-hats and neat beats. From autotuning his voice in the early years to collabing with Drake to give us a great time to be alive, to getting credited for being on Father Stretch My Hand pt 2, Future proved himself a staple in 2010s rap. It was hard to NOT hear him this past decade. . . Wait, that wasn’t Future on FSMH? He- . . .who? Desiigner? What?
“This ain’t a fucking sing-a-long” – The Weeknd, Crew Love
The Weeknd gave his song to Drake for Take Care, but everyone fucking knows this is a Weeknd song ft. Drake. The Trilogy was some of his best work, and there some type of beauty in his tracks. It’s an R&B dude, but his lyrics aren’t soft. He’s talking about railing chicks and cocaine and shit. None of that between-the-sheets beauty. He’s fucking women on that island they got in their kitchens. And yet, he managed to break into the MAIN-mainsteam, getting kid awards for his drug songs. When will they learn, this ain’t a fucking sing-a-long.
“We don’t do the same drugs no more.” – Chance the Rapper, Same Drugs
Originally, I picked the opening bars form Pusha Man off Acid Rap. It’s one of my favorite projects from the 2010s (Can you tell I post on hiphopheads? Wanna watch this video essay on Tyler, the Creator and then bump some Griselda?) but, I think Same Durgs is a great metaphor. Chance talks about living a different life than an old friend, but it applies to some of his listeners. Many of us loved 10 Days and Acid Rap. But Chance can’t be that forever. He grew up from the kid who got suspended for 2 weeks. For as much as I don’t like The Big Day, he sounds happier. Plus, I’m not forced to listen to him.
“Mitch caught a body about a week ago” – Bobby Shurmda, Hot N---a
So, Bobby wasn’t the first, nor the last, but he’s a great example of this distinct trend in rap. Guy puts out song and blows up for it. I’m talking this shit goes viral. Music video is him and the homies. He’s talking about girls, women, cars, clothes, . . . oh yeah, and his crimes. Cops pull up, and they lock him up. Exhibit A. Exhibit B. Exhibit C is just going to be a song and not lead to an album. Bobby took a plea deal and after gracing us with the Shmoney Dance, was held up in Riker’s for the rest of the 2010s. This line, and others, were used against him and his team. Fun fact: this was one of the things I remember before it got big. A few friends of friends were sharing the music video via FaceBook, and I never guessed it would’ve blown up more than the other rising rappers I watched. Also, shout out to Bobby for dancing better than the women in his Bobby Bitch Music video.
“These bitches love Sosa.” – Chief Keef, Love Sosa
This one I was late on. I didn’t hear Chief Keef until Mr. West put out the remix to Don’t Like. But you can bet your ass I heard his influence on rap this decade. Drill music was what all the kids wanted to hear. And I’ll admit, my best friend and I loved seeing kids our age making music. Joey dropped 1999, Chief Keef was half naked and toting guns, it was crazy seeing people who not only looked like me blowing up, but who were around my age. Keef’s attitude would help push rap into a sound for the mid 10s and is still being heard today.
“Who put this shit together? I'm the glue” – Travis Scott, Sicko Mode
La Flame provided a good spark for music this decade. I’d argue he has his own lane in rap, mostly centered around his sound, but the sound is gonna get tired one day. . . and that day ain’t tomorrow, that’s for sure. With three solid projects, including the long awaited Astroworld, Travis has achieved what many dreamed of: Being on pre-game playlists for both white AND black people.
“Twenty-plus years of selling Johnson & Johnson/I started out as a baby-faced monsteNo wonder there's diaper rash on my conscience/My teething ring was numbed by the nonsense” – Pusha T, Nosetalgia
The past decade has given Push a chance to showcase that he is more than a duo-rapper. Good mixtapes, great albums, and a few nice slaps in the face of certain rappers. He raps about many topics, despite the memes about him only rapping about coke (although he still raps about it). Thank God for all the great music. Everything is Pusha T.
“Influenced by Houston, hear it in my music/A trill n---a to the truest, show you how to do this” – ASAP Rocky, Palace
He bes that pretty motherfucker, repping Harlem while experimenting with different sounds in his raps. Making strong strides at all points of the 2010s, Rocky proved his staying power in hip hop and in fashion. Although he got a cocky attitude, he isn’t afraid to shed light on what hurts him. Keep making music, Rocky, and I pray you find peace with all those around him who passed away.
“I ain’t sorry” – Beyonce, Sorry AND “Okay, ladies, now let's get in formation, cuz I slay” – Beyonce, Formation
Who wants that perfect love story anyway? Sucks when you eat some of your words as Queen B, BUT, Beyonce is more than a cheated-on wife of a rapper. She’s her own person, her own icon, and despite the terrorizing fanbase, she’s a role model to many fans and other artists. This decade saw a rise in people fighting back against bigotry, and while she’s no Harriet Tubman, Beyonce carries herself with some respect, enough to be a dominant figure in black culture and sisterhood. Mad about the double feature? Oh well. Queen B can’t trip up
“Much cooler than the cool kids. Can you believe every night we do this?” – Swae Lee of Rae Sremmurd, Powerglide
The pre-games have never been the same. Two young brothers hit the scene mid 2010s and boy, has America loved ~Swae Lee~ these two. Perhaps not Black Beatles, but much more than “new age Kris Kross.” I must say though, bad bitches ARE a type.
“Name a n---a that want some, I’ll out-rap his ass, out-trap his ass” – 2 Chainz, No Lie
From Tity Boi to 2 Chainz, this dude managed to redebuted himself under a more advertisement friendly name (take notes, Mr. eXquire). And now, he don’t need Wayne pouring out his soul on a chorus to be remembered. I will say, revisit all his features from the past decade. I wanted to use one of them as a quote.
“Came out of jail and went straight to the top” – Gucci Mane, I Get The Bag
Gucci’s home and it’s over for your Gucci clones. As you can tell, loads of people on this list influenced the rap playground this past decade, with Gucci doing the same. East Atlanta Santa spent years in jail (hasn’t stopped him for rapping) and came out a new man, or at least, a man running up the charts. He definitely running now that his lean belly is gone.
“Real n---a's dreams coming to fruition. Stumble but I never fall, leaning on my pistol” – Rick Ross, 3 Kings
Fat jokes from the early 10s aside, Ross really played a good role in rap music. BMF was big, I remember Diddy comparing him to Biggie ( yep ) and he always came through with good tracks. . . but then he rapped about drugging women. And on a lesser note, “Reeboks, I just do it,” is a weird fuck up, man.
I got a lot but want a lot more, yeah, we in the building, but I'm tryna take it to the top floor” – Big Sean, IDWFU
A strong player in terms of popularity, Detroit’s biggest ass-man was able to give us quotables and showed some softer edges on tracks about family or being single.
“One's for the money, two for the bitches, three to get ready cuz I feel I finally did it” – ScHoolboy Q, Blessed
TDE is more tHan Kendrick. In fact, tHere’s many well versed rappers in the crew, and ScHoolboy Q managed to pusH Himself more into the spotligHt. Now, He needs drop a collab witH Rocky, because Hands of the WHeel is STILL my most played track.
“Always be a real n---a, I never learned how to be nothin' but a real n---a” – The Game, 100
Can you believe Born 2 Rap is his last album? After all these years, and here it is: The Game’s last project. And still, people say he name drops too much, but at least he’s in on the joke.
“Free the Carter, n---as need the Carter” – Lil Wayne, No Problems
This is cheating, as this is a guest verse and NOT a Wayne song, but it is important. After bad business tactics and after putting an end to stuntin like his daddy, it took Wayne years to finally have Tha Carter V get released. Goes to show that sometimes, it’s really the ones close to you that fuck you over. Top ten hip hop betrayals of all time. . .
“I ain't never need a man to take care of me” – Nicki Minaj, Truffle Butter
Hot take: Nicki gets a lot of underserved hate, or at least, misdirected hate. She definitely deserves bad looks for some of her antics, or her support (lack of calling-out) of sexual deviant, but at the end of the day, she truly made some great songs. There’s a ton of pop shit, but let’s not undersell her role in the game. Also. . . obviously. . . That fucking verse on Kanye’s Monster. I made the argument in a Daily Discussion thread before but. . . HOT TAKE: Nicki’s verse on Monster is a top 5 verse of all time in rap, fuck you. While Wayne helped take her to the top, for her to stay relevant and to still sell records for the whole decade on her own is a great feat.
“Ball so hard motherfuckers wanna fine me” – The Throne, N---as in Paris
Yep, Jay and Kanye get a second line here. Watch the Throne is debated about being a classic or not. My take: Whether you like it or not, this album is iconic for its influence, or at least, how many people referenced watching the throne all these years after. Collab albums are not new. Collab albums with Jay Z are not new. Some are loved), some want to be forgotten) but, it’s not everyday when Kanye can team up with his big brother. Well, at least it’s not happening these days. But for the moment, it was dope watching the throne get in their zone.
“Do it for the culture, They gon’ bite like vultures” – Quavo of Migos, T-Shirt
Expecting a list of adlibs, right? Rap’s favorite triplet done flowed their way to the top. Constantly in people’s playlist, it took one rain drop, drop top, and the boys hit #1 on the charts, plus they’re hit day time television. Argue who’s the best, since it feels like the general consensus shifts around too much. It was Quavo when he was doing hooks and features, Offset when they hit #1, and now Takeoff for laying in the cut and always coming through.
“You say no to ratchet pussy, Juicy J can’t” – Juicy J, Bandz A Make Her Dance
Someone whose influence I think was overlooked a bit in the 10s. Three 6 Mafia’s legacy was proven this decade through samples, interpolates, and features. However, Juicy J shone in a lot of places, such as here, spitting one of my most quoted lyrics of the past few years.
“Me to rap is like water to raves” – Danny Brown, XXX
You know how people go out, party, drink, and turn their noses to water when water is gonna be the thing helping their asses? Yeah, that’s Danny. People hear the voice and instantly turn it off, but we need some straying from the norm. Also, his music ain’t that out there. It’s not like Death Grips. Plus, ignoring Danny means you’ll miss out on the best verse on 1Train. Yeah, I said it.
“ “Man, why does every black actor gotta rap some?” I don't know, all I know is I'm the best one” – Childish Gambino, Bonfire
He grew up past the mixtape era of strong puns and punchlines. He also survived a hard rating on some of his early works. Because the Internet was dope and good lord Awaken My Love was beautiful. A talented man who can seemingly do it all. To be a bit controversial, I see him as this generation’s Jamie Foxx. Sue me.
“Push me to the edge, all my friends are dead” – Lil Uzi Vert, XO TOUR Llif3
A figure in emo rap for all teens to look up to, Uzi was one of the artists to help push the genre in the last half of the decade, to the point where old heads got all sensitive about mumble rap. Who knew rapping about depression, sex, and suicide would top the charts?
“ Hopped up in my car Swag! then I drop my roof Swag! Wet like wonton soup. That's just how I do Swag!” – Lil B, Wonton Soup
Yep. Closing this out with Lil B. The exit is over here This decade, the internet went mainstream. As in, no longer was it something to do when you’re bored with TV or the PS3/Xbox/Wii. This decade, every day we’re using the internet, with several different social media accounts, blogs, news, etc. Videos of incidents are seen in an instant. At the very beginning of the 2010s, a young Brandon was blowing up on everyone’s radar. He was on WorldStar cooking, he was putting curses on KD (which actually worked), he’s been beefing with rappers and athletes, he’s been pissing of Myke C-Town, he’s been posting on Reddit, he was feature on Lil Wayne mixtapes, he’s been dropping his own mixtapes like a maniac, hopping on songs with Mac & Gucci & 40, he’s been creating memes before your mom knew what a meme was, etc. Him and Budden did what would become the norm before the norm became what it is now. Crazy to think. But yes, Lil B is getting recognition for his work. Based God truly came out and showcased what meme culture would bec-
What now? . . . whoa, whoa whoa. . . Jay Electronica dropping his album?! Woah
Well, that’s the list. Tell me who I missed. Ask me why there’s no Post Malone. Post better lines than the ones mentioned here.
Honorable Mentions:
Kendrick’s Control Verse
The real hot take here: Kendrick’s verse on Big Sean’s Control only an honorable mention? He called out his contemporaries and made it clear: He’s gunning for number one. It’s a good verse and it’s even better that he called people out by name, but most of the list are people he’s cool with.
“My parents’ were making the best when they were naked in bed” – Joey Badass,
I really want Joey to be better remembered. I really wanted to include him in the main list. He’s actually in my top 5 of the decade.
“As a kid all I wanted was to kill a man” – Vince Staples, Nate
“Don’t ever say that my music sounds like Ghost’s shit” – Action Bronson, Ron Simmons
Here’s a link to that famous thread
“I was good on my own, that’s the way it was” – Rihanna, Needed Me
Looking at her resume, Rihanna has a strong career for 2010 alone. Dance songs, pop songs, a dancehall(ish) track, rappers as features, features as rappers. Call her a bad bitch, a savage, just remember the game needs her. At least, her fans are begging four another album after the four year drought, so we need her to drop one more time
“Live fast, die young, Bad girls do it well,” – MIA, Bad Girls
How the fuck y’all let this track NOT win video of the decade?
“Is it homophobic to only hook up with straight n---as? You know like closet n---as, masc-type? Why don't you take that mask off? That's the thought I had last night” – Kevin Abstract of BrockHampton, Junky
“Don’t” – Bryson Tiller, Don’t
“Fuck your publication that say I'm a third wheel” – Flatbush Zombies, Palm Trees
“Might move away one day but I'm always gonna belong to the streets” – Freddie Gibbs, Thuggin
“By the beer, by ear, by boo what Yari saying?” – Isaiah Rashad, 4r Da Squaw
“Such a lost boy, caught up in the darkest I had. What's the cost, boy? Losing everything that I had” – Kid Cudi, 4th Dimension
The original sad boi, the original “emo rap”. Shout out to his comparison of himself to an orgasm.
“K to the I to the N to the G/Claim you the hottest, but I disagree” – Denzel Curry, Ultimate
Denzel is better than the memes from this track.
“I don’t dance now, I make money moves” – Cardi B, Bodak Yellow
Cardi made big moves in the second half of the decade, arguably enough to be above HMs. She’s more than the one hit wonder many detracts tried to pin her as. If she started a year earlier, she’d be up there. I really want her to strive in the 2020s as well.
“Better recognize when I see you” – PARTYNEXTDOOR, Recognize
“Kinda silly though, but I'm lyrical, Bet I put him in the dirt with the penny loafs” – A$AP Ferg, Work Remix
“I bet I make you respect me, when you see the man dem are selling out Wembley” – Skepta, Shutdown
“Me, I try to leave the best for later, But Pusha tried to put me on the respirator” – Pharrell,
“They don't make 'em bar none, they don't make 'em real, they don't make it where I'm from, they don't take it here” – Nipsey Hussle, Victory Lap
R.I.P. Nipsey
EDIT: I dun fucked up, and totally forgot Young Thug, who played a big part in the decade more than half this damn list. Please, share your favorite Thugger lines, I personally like his feature on Sacrifices the most but that’s not his own track.
Also, the obvious fuck up: Fuck Donald Trump.
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New Music Friday: February 28th, 2020


Lil Baby - My Turn
Young Nudy - Anyways
G Herbo - PTSD
Ant Clemons - Happy 2 Be Here
Princess Nokia - Everything Sucks / Everything Is Beautiful
Scarlxrd - SCARHXURS
Rav, Kill Bill: The Rapper, Scuare - Skin
Lil Keed, Lil Yachty, Zaytoven - A-Team
Smoke DZA - A Closed Mouth Don't Get Fed
Masiwei - Prince Charming
Brent Faiyaz - Fuck the World (ChopNotSlop)
The Jacka - Murder Weapon
Planet Asia & 38 Spesh - Trust the Chain
ShittyBoyz - New Year Same Scans
Flee Lord & Mephux - Pray for the Evil
Vic Spencer - Psychological Cheat Sheet
feel free to post albums below
Max B - Wave Pack
Terrace Martin - Sinthesize
Starfoxlaflare & Ouija Macc - Irregular
Spoek Mathambo - Tales from the Lost Cities
Bronze Nazareth & Illah Dayz - Coby
Charles Hamilton & Enjetic - Timeless / Desparado
Bishop Nehru - Nehruvian Tuesdays: Vol. 1
Defiant - The Rise Of Yokai
YFN Lucci - HIStory, Lost Pages


feel free to post EPs below
DJ Premier - Payday Instrumentals
Del the Funky Homosapien - Gate 13 (Remixes)
K Forest - Memory Springs
Jakebob & Scrivs - Banana Shirt
Kahn + Neek - In The Mansions Of Bliss
Tre Mission - Bare Selection 005


Aminé - Shimmy
100 Gecs - Ringtone (Remix) [feat. Charli XCX, Rico Nasty & Kero Kero Bonito]
Injury Reserve - Hoodwinked / Waste Management / Rock n Roll / Won't u be my neighbor?
Yung Lean - Boylife in EU
Gorillaz - Désolé (feat. Fatoumata Diawara)
SZA & Justin Timberlake - The Other Side
Woodie Smalls - What Typa Time (feat. Isaiah Rashad)
Bladee & Ecco2k - Girls just want to have fun
ZelooperZ - Tryna figure out where my phone at ?
Swae Lee - Someone Said
AB - Runnin. (feat. Stephanie Acevedo)
MIKE - OLD EARTH (feat. Jadasea)
Jhene Aiko - Happiness Over Everything (H.O.E.) [feat. Future & Miguel]
TeeJayX6 - Reality*
greenSLLIME - Sell Coke to White Folks, Pt. 2
Shabazz Palaces - Fast Learner (feat. Purple Tape Nate)
2 Chainz - NO TV
RMR - Rascal
Kenny Mason- Metal Wings
Unknown T - Fresh Home
Doomtree - Five Alive
Wifisfuneral - idk 🤷🏽‍♂️*
Spark Master Tape - DRMN*
SL & Pa Salieu - Hit The Block
Anonymuz - Riot
TM88 - RR (feat. Smokepurpp)
Mahalia - What You Did (Remix) [feat. Ella Mai & Cam'ron]
Adam Snow - 9 to 5 (feat. Freddie Gibbs & Tedy Andreas)
Jessie Reyez - Ankles
Lil Baby - Fire in the Booth
Anik Khan - Regardless (feat. Robin Dey)
Max B - Run Homeboy Run
Nef the Pharaoh - ABC
NLE Choppa - 100 Shots
DJ Drama - 350 (feat. Rick Ross, Westside Gunn, and Lule)
Delacey - Cruel Intentions (feat. G-Eazy)
feel free to post songs below
Apashe - Work (feat. Young Buck)
Young Franco & Pell - Juice
Kayla Nicole - Move Like A Snake (feat. Missy Elliot)
Kash Doll - Wake Up
Rapture 4D - In & Out (feat. Grim Stickers, Manga Saint Hilare, Logan_olm, Ten Dixon, Razor & POPZZY ENGLISH
Street Bud & Sheck Wes - Rock It
Brown Fist Emoji & Artson - Rise Up (feat. Ras Kass & MC Redcloud)
Nems - Bamboo
Marc Scibilia - All Day All Night (feat. Gizzle)
Salomon Faye - BIRDS EYE
Markis Precise & Murs - Rejoice
Nafe Smallz - Home Run
Freddie Joachim - Bustling
Nizzy - Midnight (Remix) [feat. Big Tobz]
Freeco - Sick Em (feat. Xanman)
P Money & Silencer - You Get Me
Trae Tha Truth - Sildin' (Remix) [feat. E-40, O.T. Genasis, $tupid Young & Mozzy]
Dave (lil dicky) - Hi, I'm Dave
SIIMBA SELASSIIE - Soulda Pulled Up (feat. Topaz Jones & HAILE SUPREME)
EMI - White Bars
Curtis Williams & Lex Luger - Run It Up (feat. Slim Jxmmi)
Redeyez & Ace Binladen - Banana Clip (feat. Rick Ross)
Freshman Woes - Rap Dudes (feat. Homeboy Sandman, Blame One & DJ Mahf)
East Man - Stop Flapping Your Gums, Vol. 2
DJ ESCO & Doe Boy - Primetime
Amber Window - Same Old (feat. Quelle Chris, Mosel & Escandaloso)
McKinley Dixon - Sun Back
YAAK - Im Back (feat. Jalen Santoy & 506)
THE REAL YUNG HONCHO - Kill Switch (feat. Azealia Banks)
Jelani Blackman - Swerve
Westide Tut - Big Boy Money (feat. Tee Grizzley)
Marky D & E-$0 - Everybody
Zebra Katz - Upp
BrownieRogue - Turnt Up (feat. Kid Spitz & E-40)
RJ Watkins Jr, Payroll Giovanni & Danny Alwaysin - Whote Lotta
Liv.e - LazyEaterBetsOnHerLikeness
Emotional Oranges - Iconic (Rejuiced)
Hayleau - Let Me Know (feat. Junglepussy)
Lorde Fred33 - Reparations
City Chapo - Flex (feat. Duke Deuce)
Larry June & Joey Fatts - Finesse The Bag 2 (feat. Bodega Bamz)
Tobe Nwigwe - Ivory (Live)
Scarfo Da Plug - Role Model (feat. Brodinksi)
Yotta Tha Tru - Fell N Love
Maxi - On My Way (feat. Burna Boy & Marvelous Benji)
Alan Love - Liar
Spokewheel - They Can Smell Me In Dallas (feat. Rick Ross)
Merk the Lyrical Tantrum - It Don't Matter (feat. Juvenile)
Spark Master Tape - DRMN
Kanye West - Up From The Ashes*
* means possibly not on streaming
If someone makes a Spotify playlist I will sticky
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Eminem spits the entire alphabet on MTBMB (and much more!)

I noticed that Em was doing a lot of wordplay with letters and numbers on this album so I started writing down the lyrics and organizing them. I noticed that he spits the whole alphabet, all the numbers, and a whole lot more. (I'm not sure if this is a common thing in rap and I've just never noticed it before)
Here is the list I've made. This is not entire album, but just what I've come up with so far (includes some lyrics from other artists on the album as well)





(25 cents)


Spinal Column
Middle Finger


Combat Boots
Wife Beater
Wedding Ring



Grim Reaper


Missile Launcher
Colt 45
Machine Gun
Nuke Bomb
Louisville Slugger
Aluminum Bat
Lethal Injection
Liquid Cyanide

Garden of Eden


Mentally Ill

Black Widow
Killer Bee
Mountain Lion

Carrot cake
Hot Dog
Minute Maid


Jack Daniels
Colt 45



Las Vegas
Santa Fe

Living Room
Washers & Dryers


Monte Carlo
Audi 5000
Steering Column
Car Windows
Back Window

Parking lot
Abortion clinic
Mental Hospital
Dollar Store
Motel 6
Motel 8
Long John Silvers
Best Buy
Trader Joes


Boxing Gym
Punching mitts

Poker Chips
Card Dealer



Mic stand
Radio station

Music To Be Murdered By

Bruce Wayne
Incrdible Hulk
Loch Ness

Saddam Hussein
Ayatollah Khomeni
Osama bin Laden
John Wayne Gacy
Albert Desalvo
Richard Ramirez
Christian Rivera
Junior Seau
Sharon Tate
Marylyn Monroe

Big Bobby The Brain Heenan
John Travolta
Bill O'Reilly
Harvey Weinstein
Jay Leno
Harry Caray
Ariana Grande

White Gold
Black Thought
Trippie Redd
Skylar Grey

Young M.A.
Jay Z
LL Cool J
Ray J
Notorious B.I.G
K Dot
Schoolboy Q
G Rap
Eric B
Big L
DJ Polo
Tony D
Kool Moe Dee
Ice T
Evil Dee
King Tee
Schoolly D
Eazy E

Tech N9ne
2 Chainz
50 cent
Royce Da 5'9"

Switfty McVay
Kuniva (Conniving?)

Dr Dre
Ice Cube
Wu Tang
Method Man
Inspectah Deck
Juice WRLD
KXNG Crooked
Joell Ortiz
Ed Sheeran
Don Toliver
Tyler the Creator
The Poor Righteous Teachers
Kid Ink
Slick Rick
Bushwick Bill
Tay Keith
Swae Lee
Fat Joe
Lord Jamar
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UPDATE: Guys, I'm currently working on this futher, editing it, adding bits that have been kindly suggested in the comments and making pa few amends to any errors. If you happen to see anymore let me know!
Hey guys, I know its been a tough few days on this subreddit since the anniversary of Mac's death. I'm sure - like me - you've been jammin' to his tunes a lot while we pay our respects. I know there have already been posts to Mac's discography that you can download. I wanted to create a written format of his music from the very beginning to the very end. I've created this for those that wanna follow Mac's journey - almost like a biography. Its pretty awesome hearing the progression of his music throughout time. So, here, I have attempted to write an accurate timeline for everyone and for new fans that want to get stuck in. I've probably made some errors or missed a few things so feel free to point them out. Also, in some of his mixtape he has the same song twice so I've made it so there's only one version of the song - so some mixtapes may look incomplete! Big love.

  1. Barz For Dayz
  2. Come Around (Ft. B.DuBB)
  3. Cruisin'
  4. Get Mines
  5. In Love With This Bud (Ft. Yung Brody)
  6. Js on My Feet
  7. My Biography
  8. Smoke Signals (Ft. John Record)
  9. Take Me to Paradise
Didn't See You There (Ft. Too Green Scene) - 12/30/2007

  1. How High (Intro)
  2. How Sick Am I
  3. Do It Again
  4. Bring It On (Ft. Wild Bill)
  5. I Am Legend (Ft. John Record)
  6. Open Ya Eyes (Ft. Plain English)
  7. Tryna Get Blazed
  8. Say Goodnight Freestyle (Ft. Vintage)
  9. Whatup Dilla
  10. What It Is (Ft. Franchise)
  11. The Hold Up
  12. Child’s Play Freestyle (Ft. GhostWriter)
  13. Same Old Shit (Ft. Plain English)
  14. The Real
  15. Like Aaay!
  16. Know Bout That
  17. The Ill Children (Ft. Lip The Kid)
  18. Ain’t I Freestyle (Ft. Big Will)
  19. Gotcha Opin
  20. The Outro
  21. Beedie – Instant Replay
  22. EZ Mac - Crusin'

  1. Intro (The Jukebox)
  2. Sound Like
  3. Barz 4 Dayz
  4. PA Hustla
  5. What Up Cousin (R.I.P. Nick)
  6. Got A Clue
  7. Get It On The Floor
  8. Late Night
  9. Cruisin’
  10. Swing Set
  11. Love My Name (Ft. John Record)
  12. Snap Back
  13. J’s On My Feet
  14. On Some Real Shit (100,000 Bars)
  15. The Chow Line (Ft. Beedie & Max B)
  16. A Night In The Studio
  17. My Lady
  18. Comin’ Soon (Ft. John Record)
  19. Keep Me Alive
  20. So Far To Go
  21. Keep It Rollin’

Ladies & Gentleman (Freestyle) – 10/19/2009

'THE HIGH LIFE' (MIXTAPE) -12/02/2009
  1. The High Life
  2. Ridin’ High
  3. Musical Chairs
  4. Live Free
  5. Crushin’ Round The Clock (Ft. Boaz)
  6. 5 O’Clock (Ft. Boaz)
  7. Jerome Weinberg Speaks (Interlude)
  8. Class President
  9. A Million Dollars
  10. I’m Ready
  11. Fly In Her Nikes (Ft. Josh Everette)
  12. The Finer Things
  13. Travellin’ Man 09
  14. Cruise Control (Ft. Wiz Khalifa)
  15. One Of A Kind
  16. Foolin’ Around
  17. Castle Made Of Sand
  18. Just My Imagination
  19. Another Night
  20. Thanks For Coming Out
  21. Pen Game (Ft. Skyzoo)
  22. Incompatible [unreleased]

  1. Intro
  2. Dumb It Down (Freestyle)
  3. Love My Name (Ft. John Record)
  4. Interlude
  5. Live My Life
  6. Unfaithful
  7. I Think I’m In Love
  8. Outro

Nothing Can Stop Me (Ft. Yung Brody) – 01/01/2010
White People Drunk Dance Freestyle – 04/17/2010

'SOUR HOUR' (MIXTAPE) – 04/20/2010
  1. So Gone
  2. Miss Mary Jane (Ft. Mac Miller) - B. White & Mayo
  3. Crumblin’ Erb Freestyle
  4. Flying Away
  5. Lost
  6. Blunt of My Mind
  7. Doobie Ashtray 2K10 - Dee Goodz & Mac Miller
  8. Feeling Is Gone - Bill The Kid & Mac Miller
  9. Miley Cyrus

I Need A Dollar (Ft. Mac Miller) by Chris Webby - 06/29/2010

'K.I.D.S' (MIXTAPE) - 08/13/2010
  1. Kickin’ Incredibly Dope Shit (Intro)
  2. Outside
  3. Get Em Up
  4. Nikes On My Feet
  5. Senior Skip Day
  6. The Spins
  7. Traffic In the Sky
  8. Don’t Mind If I Do
  9. Paper Route (Ft. Chevy Woods)
  10. Good Evening
  11. Ride Around
  12. Knock Knock
  13. Mad Flava, Heavy Flow (Interlude) (Ft. DJ Bonics)
  14. Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza
  15. All I Want Is You
  16. Poppy
  17. Face in the Crowd
  18. La La La

Paid in Full 2010 Freestyle (Ft. Termanology) – 08/17/2010
Friday Night Lights (Ft. Darrelle Revis) – 08/18/2010
May the Force Be With You (Ft. Killer Mike & Mac Miller) by XV - 09/09/2010
Pittsburgh Kidz Get the Biz – 09/13/2010
Always Been (The Smokers Club) (Ft. Mac Miller) by Smoke DZA - 10/01/2010
All I Know (Ft. Mac Miller) by Tom-Oh - 10/09/2010
82-92 (Ft. Mac Miller) by 1982 - 10/11/2010
Curious (Ft. Mac Miller) by DJ Woogie – 10/14/2010
Trippin' Out - 11/01/2010
17 (Ft. Mac Miller) by J.F.K. - 11/05/2010
I Love High School – 11/22/2010
Beautiful Money (Ft. Mac Miller) by Moola Gang - 12/06/2010
Blankin’ Out (Ft. Mac Miller) by Rapsody – 12/07/2010
Weed' N Rhymin' (Ft. Mac Miller) by The Gooneez - 12/12/2010
I’m V.I.P. (Ft. Diggy Simmons & Mac Miller) by Consequence – 12/25/2010
The Game of Life – 2010
Regular Guy - 2010

Can I Live (Ft. Mac Miller) by Casey Veggies – 01/01/2011
P.A. (Ft. Mac Miller) by Freeway & Statik Selektah - 01/11/2011
California Highway [Prop 19] (Ft. Mac Miller, YG & Billy Wes) by Juicy - 01/15/2011
Stuck On My Computer - 01/19/2011
Winner (Ft. Young Scolla) - 01/20/2011
Laundromat (Ft. Mac Miller & Kofee) by T-Shyne - 01/25/2011
Fuck Love Freestyle (Best I Ever Had Remix) – 02/26/2011
XXL Freshman Class Freestyle - 03/09/2011
Facebook Girl (Ft. Mr Manhattan, Mac Miller & A.T.) by Kurtiz the Kid [unreleased] – 03/11/2011
Three Blind Mice - 03/11/2011

'BEST DAY EVER' (MIXTAPE) – 03/11/2011
  1. Best Day Ever
  2. Get Up
  3. Donald Trump
  4. Oy Vey
  5. I’ll Be There (Ft. Phonte)
  6. Wear My Hat
  7. Wake Up
  8. All Around the World
  9. Down the Rabbit Hole
  10. In the Air
  11. Play Ya Cards
  12. She Said
  13. Life Ain’t Easy
  14. Snooze
  15. Keep Floatin (Ft. Wiz Khalifa)
  16. BDE Bonus

People (Tags) - 03/14/2011
Bands [Remix] (Ft. Juicy J, Chevy Woods & Mac Miller) by Tolly - 03/21/2011
Futuristic Funk [DJ] - 03/22/2011
Bruce Wayne – 03/23/2011
XXL Freshmen 2011 Cypher Pt. 1 by Mac Miller, Lil Twist, Diggy & YG - 03/23/2011
Child Celebrity - 03/28/2011

'ON AND ON AND BEYOND' (EP) – 03/29/2011
  1. Put It On
  2. Live Free
  3. On and On
  4. Life Ain't Easy
  5. In The Air
  6. Another Night

So What (Ft. Wale) - 04/06/2011
Heatwave (Ft. Mac Miller) by Chiddy Bang - 04/06/2011
Extra Extra (Ft. Mac Miller & Halo) by Rapsody - 04/06/2011
The Glide (Ft. Palermo Stone) – 04/11/2011
Piffsburgh - 04/20/2011
3rd Dimension - 04/20/2011
Let’s Get High - 04/20/2011
No - 04/20/2011
Talk About - 04/29/2011
Around The World (Ft. Mac Miller & Josh Everette) by Boaz - 05/02/2011
Opposite of Adults – 06/02/2011
Blog Is Hot - 06/08/2011
Out Da Box (Ft. Da Ryno & Mac Miller) by Rapsody - 06/13/2011
Purple [unreleased] - 06/26/2011
Live It Up - 06/26/2011
Incense (Ft. Mac Miller) by Phil Ade - 07/15/2011
Whateva - 07/28/2011
The Drive (Ft. Mac Miller) by Chevy Woods - 07/31/2011
Something About You - 08/10/2011
Marco Polo (Ft. Mac Miller) by Yung Brody - 08/10/2011
Get It Again - 08/16/2011
Femme Fatale Freestyle - 08/25/2011
Come On Baby (Ft. Mac Miller) by Killa Kyleon - 09/01/2011
Face The Facts - 09/16/2011
That’s Love (Ft. Mac Miller & Heather Victoria) by 9th Wonder – 09/27/2011
Moves Like Jagger [Remix] (Ft. Mac Miller & Christina Aguilera by Maroon 5 - 09/29/2011
Come Up Show (Cosmic Kev Freestyle) - 10/01/2011
On Some Real Shit Pt. 2 – 10/04/2011
Uhh MostDope - 10/04/2011
Smokin’ – 10/05/2011
On My Way (Ft. Tip Tha Ill Spit) - 10/07/2011
DJ Pimp (Freestyle) (Ft. Beedie) - 10/12/2011

  1. I Love Life, Thank You
  2. People Under the Stairs
  3. Willie Dynamite
  4. The Scoop On Heaven
  5. Love Lost
  6. Pranks 4 Players (Ft. Sir Michael Rocks)
  7. Cold Feet
  8. Family First (Ft. Tali Kweli)
  9. The Miller Family Reunion
  10. Boom Bap Rap (Ft. The Come Up)
  11. Just a Kid
  12. All That (Ft. Bun B
  13. All This

Street Knowledge (Tags) - 10/20/2011
Groupie Love (Ft. Josh Xantus & Mac Miller) by Statik Selektah – 10/24/2011
DJ Green Lantern (Freestyle) - 10/26/2011

'BLUE SLIDE PARK' (ALBUM) – 11/08/2011
  1. English Lane
  2. Blue Slide Park
  3. Party on Fifth Ave.
  4. PA Nights
  5. Frick Park Market
  6. Smile Back
  7. Under the Weather
  8. Of the Soul
  9. My Team
  10. Up All Night
  11. Loitering
  12. Hole in My Pocket
  13. Diamonds & Gold
  14. Missed Calls
  15. Man in the Hat
  16. One Last Thing

  1. Dj CapCorn Freestyle (Ft. Beedie)
  2. Stop Bitchin’
  3. What If?
  4. No Hook
  5. Girls In The Palm Of My Hand
  6. La Familia (Ft. Ghosty)
  7. Born On Halloween (Ft. Ghosty)
  8. When The Money Comin’ Slow
  9. The Stick Up
  10. The Introduction
  11. Successful
  12. On My Grind (Ft. Jimmie Hoffa)
  13. Cartel Gathering (Ft. Beedie & Jimmie Hoffa)
  14. Radio Freestyle
  15. Word Game Freestyle

My Eyes - 12/19/2011

Great (Ft. Casey Veggies & Mac Miller) by Sir Michael Rocks – 01/01/2012
Middle Finger (Ft. Mac Miller) by Cobra Starship - 01/03/2012
Jerry's Record Store - 01/11/2012
Right Now – 01/21/2012
Death of the Emcee – 01/27/2012
Dig That (Ft. Cam’ron) – 02/01/2012
Mac and Me (Ft. Mac Miller) by Nick Pratt - 02/06/2012
Doing My Thang (Ft. Slim Thug, Mac Miller & Dom Kennedy) by L.E.$. - 02/09/2012
Time Goes (Ft. Mac Miller) by Ski Beatz - 02/11/2012
Genius (Ft. Mac Miller & Cookin Soul) by McMelodee – 02/13/2012
Got You - 03/03/2012
Definition of Cool (Ft. Diggy Simmons) – 03/04/2012
Of The Soul [Remix)] (Ft. Posdnous & Raekwon) - 03/11/2012

'MACADELIC' (MIXTAPE) – 03/23/2012
  1. Love Me As I Have Loved You
  2. Desperado
  3. Loud
  4. Thoughts from a Balcony
  5. Aliens Fighting Robots (Ft. Sir Michael Rocks)
  6. Vitamins
  7. Fight the Feeling (Ft. Kendrick Lamar & Iman Omari)
  8. Lucky Ass Bitch (Ft. Juicy J)
  9. The Mourning After
  10. 1 Threw 8
  11. Ignorant (Ft. Cam’ron)
  12. The Question (Ft. Lil Wayne)
  13. Angels (When She Shuts Her Eyes)
  14. Sunlight (Ft. Iman Omari)
  15. Clarity
  16. America (Ft. Casey Veggies & Joey Badass)
  17. Fuck ‘Em All

How To Make It In America (Ft. Mac Miller) by YG - 03/26/2012
Flashing Lights Remix (Ft. Mac Miller) by Chase & Status - 04/10/2012
Smoke & Drank (Ft. Mac Miller) by French Montana – 04/11/2012
I Bring the Soul & He Brings the Funk (Ft. Mac Miller) by Maseo – 04/12/2012
Hate Me Later (Ft. Mac Miller) by JD Era – 04/13/2012
Cold (ft. Curren$y) – 04/18/2012

  1. The Grow Op (Intro)

House Party – Remix (Ft. Fabolous, Mac Miller & Wale) by Meek Mill – 05/07/2012
Happy Days (Ft. Mac Miller, Bun B & Shawn Stockman) by Statik Selektah & Termanology – 05/22/2012
Do It (Ft. Mac Miller & Trae Tha Truth) by DJ Woogie - 05/22/2012
Boyfriend [Remix] (Ft. 2 Chainz, Mac Miller & Asher Roth) by Justin Bieber - 05/25/2012
Loud (Ft. Benny Banks) - 05/28/2012
Bouncing Like Whoa (Ft. Mac Miller) by Travis Porter - 05/30/2012
Thugz Mansion (2Pac Cover) – 06/03/2012
Onaroll by Mac Miller & Pharrell Williams [unreleased Pink Slime EP] - 06/05/2012
Day One; A Song About Nothing – 06/09/2012
Hundred Dollar Bill Skyscraper (Ft. Mac Miller) by Big Sean - 06/28/2012
Glow by Mac Miller & Pharrell Williams [unreleased Pink Slime EP] - 08/07/2012
Round Table Discussion (Ft. The Cool Kids & Mac Miller) by Rapsody – 08/28/2012
Funkmaster Flex Freestyle - 08/29/2012
First Day of My Life (Bright Eyes Cover) – 08/31/2012
Going Places (Ft. Mac Miller) by Wiz Khalifa – 08/31/2012
PlaneCarBoat (Ft. ScHoolboy Q) – 09/01/2012
Earning Potential (Ft. Mac Miller) by Talib Kweli & Z-Trip – 09/03/2012
Someone Like You (OG Version) - 09/03/2012
Angeles (Elliot Smith Cover) – 09/07/2012
Nothing on Me – 09/11/2012
Rhodes SOunds Pretty - 09/18/2012
Everything (Ft. Mac Miller) by Boaz - 09/27/2012
No Photos (Posse Cut Pt.1) (Ft. Most Dope) - 10/02/2012
It Was A Good Year (Ft. Curren$y & Mac Miller) by French Montana - 10/09/2012
BET Cypher 2012: The Raw (Ft. Mac Miller, ScHoolboy Q, Hopsin & Jaybird the Purdy Boi) by Mystikal - 10/09/2012
These Dayz (Dope Awprah) – 10/15/2012
He Who Ate All the Caviar – 10/17/2012
The Music of Sounds - 10/17/2012
Paid Dues [The Reunion] (Ft. Beedie) – 10/23/2012
Toussa Toussa Remix (Ft. Mac Miller) by Disiz La Peste - 10/29/2012
Strip Show (Ft. Mac Miller) by The Come Up - 11/01/2012
Best Friend (Ft. Iggy Azalea & Mac Miller) by B.o.B – 11/15/2012
Dog Pound (Ft. Waka Flocka Flame) – 11/16/2012

  1. Life Can Wait
  2. Love Affair by Mac Miller
  3. Suspicions
  4. A Moment 4 Jazz by Larry Lovestein
  5. You

Black Acura (Ft. Mac Miller & Raven Sorvino) by Pac Div – 11/27/2012
Major Moves (Ft. Mac Miller) by The Come Up - 11/27/2012
Triple Double (Ft. Curren$y & Mac Miller) by French Montana – 11/30/2012
I Got Drunk And Played The Piano – 12/14/2012
Isn’t She Lovely (Stevie Wonder Cover) – 12/17/2012
Doodling In The Key Of C Sharp - 12/17/2012
Chillin' (Ft. Mac Miller) by Troy Ave - 12/18/2012
Baby, It’s Cold Outside (Ft. Ariana Grande) – 12/25/2012
Loud – Remix (Ft. Zwart Licht) – 2012

Old Pictures on the Wall (Ft. Mac Miller) by Choo Jackson – 01/01/2013
Hoes Go Crazy (Ft. Mac Miller) by Future – 01/01/2013
All The Time (Ft. Ab-Soul) - 01/03/2013
Confessions Of A Cash Register (Ft. Prodigy) - 02/10/2013
Turkey Love - 02/15/2013
Tryna Marry Money (Ft. Wiz Khalifa & French Montana) - 02/22/2013

  1. Birthday
  2. If Poseidon Had a Surfboard
  3. Novice Space Travel
  4. Gelato Party
  5. I Am Actually a Fish Alien
  6. She Used to Love Me
  7. The Revolution is Coming
  8. Avocado

On My Shit (Ft. Mac Miller) by Harry Fraud - 03/08/2013
Open Your Eyes (Ft. Chiddy Bang) - 03/08/2013
Goose Porridge (Ft. Q Hefner & Mac Miller) by The Duck Hunters - 03/24/2013
The Way (Ft. Mac Miller) by Ariana Grande – 03/26/2013
The Space Spangled Banner - 07/04/2013
Salamander - 04/18/2013

  1. Rainclouds - Larry Lovestein & The Velvet Revival
  2. Money Team - Larry Fisherman (Ft. Ab-Soul, Smoke DZA & Da$h)
  3. MellowHigh - Larry Fisherman (Ft. Hodgy Beats & Domo Genesis)
  4. Boat Races - Larry Fisherman (Ft. Boldy James & Freddie Gibbs)
  5. CPR - Mac Miller & DJ Jazzy Jeff
  6. End Of The World Party - MostDope

The End Is Near (Ft. Mac Miller) by Ab-Soul - 04/24/2013
Kangaroo (Ft. Mac Miller) by Njomza - 04/27/2013
Funk Flex Freestyle - 04/30/2013
In A Minute (Ft. Ab-Soul & Da$H) by Sir Michael Rocks (Prod. By Larry Fisherman) – 05/21/2013
Guild (Ft. Mac Miller) by Earl Sweatshirt – 05/23/2013
MHB - 05/23/2013
She A Trip (Ft. Mac Miller) by Ludacris - 05/24/2013
Juney Jones (Ft. Mac Miller & Speak!) by The Jet Age of Tomorrow - 05/25/2013
Madness (Ft. Mac Miller) by Sir Michael Rocks - 05/29/2013
Tim Westwood Freestyle – 06/14/2013

  1. The Star Room
  2. Avian
  3. I’m Not Real (Ft. Earl Sweatshirt)
  4. S.D.S.
  5. Bird Call
  6. Matches (Ft. Ab-Soul)
  7. I Am Who Am (Killin’ Time) (Ft. Niki Randa)
  8. Objects in the Mirror
  9. Red Dot Music (Ft. Action Bronson)
  10. Gees (Ft. Schoolboy Q)
  11. Watching Movies
  12. Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes
  13. REMember
  14. Someone Like You
  15. Aquarium
  16. Youforia
  17. Goosebumpz
  18. O.K. (Ft. Tyler, the Creator)
  19. Claymation (Ft. Vinny Radio)

21 & Over (Ft. Sean Price & Mac Miller) by Statik Selektah – 06/18/2013
Toca Tuesdays Freestyle (Ft. Prodigy) - 06/18/2013

  1. Fantoms (Ft. Joey Fatts)
  2. Heaven (Ft. Hardo & Mac Miller)
  3. Guns & Roses
  4. Back Sellin’ Crack (Ft. ScHoolboy Q)
  5. Stuck in my Ways
  6. Killin’ Y’all (Ft. Ab-Soul)
  7. Thought About You
  8. Sleep (Ft. Ab-Soul, Da$H & Mac Miller)
  9. Outro

Myspace Freestyle - 07/12/2013
Generation (Ft. Mac Miller & Jared Evan) by Rapsody - 07/24/2013
Chapter (Ft. Dylan Reynolds & Mac Miller) by Vinny Radio - 07/30/2013
Megan Good (Ft. Mac Miller) by Pete Rock & Camp Lo - 07/31/2013
4:48 (Ft. Mac Miller) by CLOCKWORKDJ – 08/06/2013
Weed Smoke (Ft. Mac Miller) by Project Pat - 09/06/2013
Wanders of the Mind (Ft. Mac Miller) by The Internet – 09/24/2013
Came Thru/Easily (Ft. Ab-Soul & Mac Miller) by Chuck Inglish – 10/04/2013
Twin Peugots (Ft. Mac Miller & Big Body Bes) by Action Bronson & Party Supplies - 11/01/2013

  1. Larry
  2. Halo
  3. Vertigo
  4. Bill (Ft. Earl Sweatshirt and Bill)
  5. 72
  6. The Jesuits (Ft. Da$H)
  7. Dr. Thomas
  8. Labido
  9. Melvin (Ft. Mac Miller)
  10. Grandpa Used to Carry a Flask (Ft. Mac Miller)
Robot Horses Run Fast. The Future Is Scary - 11/18/2013
I Come In Peace - 11/28/2013
Face in the Crowd (Ft. Mac Miller) by A Wal – 11/29/2013

  1. S.D.S (Live)
  2. The Star Room / Killin’ Time (Live)
  3. BDE (Best Day Ever) (Live)
  4. Bird Call (Live)
  5. Watching Movies (Live)
  6. REMember (Live)
  7. The Question (Live)
  8. Objects in the Mirror (Live)
  9. Youforia (Live)
  10. Eggs Aisle
  11. Earth (Ft. Future)
  12. Life
  13. Black Bush
  14. In The Morning (Ft. Syd tha Kyd & Thundercat)

Erica's House (Ft. TreeJay) - 01/03/2014
Tequila - 01/28/2014
Lua (Bright Eyes Cover) – 02/06/2014
Diablo (OG Version) - 02/10/2014
Amen (Ft. Ab-Soul, RetcH, Da$H & Vince Staples) – 03/01/2014
Piñata (Ft. Sulaiman, Casey Veggies, Domo Genesis, Mac Miller, G-Wiz & Meechy) by Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – 03/18/2014
Camp Fire (Ft. Mac Miller & Ab-Soul) by Bill - 04/16/2014

  1. Happy
  2. Walkin’ Home
  3. One Nine Six Nine

NEBRASKA MM VS ES (Ft. Mac Miller & Vince Staples) by Earl Sweatshirt - 05/02/2014

'FACES' (MIXTAPE) – 05/11/2014
  1. Inside Outside
  2. Here We Go
  3. Friends (Ft. ScHoolBoy Q)
  4. Angel Dust (Ft. King Ralph of Malibu)
  5. Malibu
  6. What Do You Do (Ft. Sir Michael Rocks)
  7. It Just Doesn’t Matter
  8. Therapy
  9. Polo Jeans (Ft. Earl Sweatshirt & Ab-Soul)
  10. Happy Birthday
  11. Wedding
  12. Funeral
  13. Diablo
  14. Ave Maria
  15. 55 (Ft. Thundercat)
  16. San Francisco
  17. Colors and Shapes
  18. Insomniak (Ft. Rick Ross)
  19. Uber (Ft. Mike Jones)
  20. Rain (Ft. Vince Staples)
  21. Apparition
  22. Thumbalina
  23. New Faces v2 (Ft. Earl Sweatshirt & Da$H)
  24. Grand Finale

The Star Room (OG Version) - 06/18/2014
Melt (Ft. ScHoolboy Q) – 06/18/2014
Ride Slow (Ft. Danny Brown & Delusional Thomas) by Ab-Soul - 06/23/2014F
Underworld (Ft. Mac Miller) by DJ CLOCKWORK - 06/24/2014
Aquaberry Dolphin (Ft. Mac Miller) by RiFF RAFF – 06/24/2014
Hunnid Stax (Ft. ScHoolboy Q & Mac Miller) by Ab-Soul - 06/24/2014
Lost Boys (Ft. Trinidad James & Mac Miller) by Sir Michael Rocks - 07/29/2014
I Like It (Ft. Mac Miller) by Meek Mill - 09/06/2014
10 Pints (Ft. Ab-Soul & Mac Miller) by fR€$H aka SHORT DaWG – 09/22/2014
Money Shot (Ft. Mac Miller) by Curren$y – 10/04/2014
Don’t Know (Ft. Mac Miller) by Boaz – 10/17/2014
Her (Ft. Mac Miller) by Thelonious Martin – 10/20/2014
Just Some Raps, Nothing To See Here, Move Along - 10/21/2014
This Is 15 Bars I May be Wrong I Gotta See (Ft. Mac Miller) by Domo Genesis – 11/05/2014
Living All Your Dreams (Ft. 2 Chainz & Mac Miller) by Mack Maine - 11/11/2014
Malcolm Interlude (Ft. Mac Miller) by Thelonious Martin - 12/01/2014
Dat Sound Good (Ft. Ab-Soul & Mac Miller) by PRhyme – 12/09/2014

Dat Sound Good (Instrumental) (Ft. Mac Miller & Ab-Soul) by PRhyme - 03/10/2015
Monday (Ft. Mac Miller) by EARTHGANG – 03/31/2015
Days – 04/20/2015
Boo! (Interlude) – 04/30/2015
Fast Life (Ft. Njomza & Mac Miller) by Hardo – 04/30/2015
I Got This Beat In My Head - 05/14/2015
Troubled Man’s Lullaby (Ft. Mac Miller) by RetcH – 06/17/2015
I Just Wanna (Ft. Mac Miller) by Chief Keef - 08/01/2015
Pet Sounds (Ft. Sean Price) – 08/12/2015
HD (Ft. Mac Miller) by Choo Jackson – 08/31/2015

'GO:OD AM' (ALBUM) – 09/10/2015
  1. Doors
  2. Brand Name
  3. Rush Hour
  4. Two Matches (Ft. Ab-Soul)
  5. 100 Grandkids
  6. Time Flies (Ft. Lil B)
  7. Weekend (Ft. Miguel)
  8. Clubhouse
  9. In The Bag
  10. Break The Law
  11. Perfect Circle / God Speed
  12. When In Rome
  13. ROS
  14. Cut the Check (Ft. Chief Keef)
  15. Ascension
  16. Jump
  17. The Festival (Ft. Little Dragon)

Speed Racer – 09/24/2015
Freestyle on Big Boi Radio - 09/25/2015
Grab Her Hand (Ft. Mac Miller) by Michael Christmas – 10/23/2015
Creatures of the Night (Ft. Delusional Thomas & Mac Miller) by Njomza – 11/04/2015
fJabroni (Ft. Mac Miller & Migos) by The Alchemist - 11/18/2015
Vienna (Billy Joel Cover) – 12/26/2015

  1. Fuckin Shit
  2. Jjoh
  3. Hulu
  4. Yooo
  5. Atom Bomb
  6. Juil
  7. HXH
  8. Here is a Bear
  10. Funk Me
  11. Best For Last
  12. Smile

No Shots (Ft. Choo Jackson, Da Franchise, Vinny Radio & Mac Miller) by Murs & 9th Wonder – 12/31/2015

C4 (Ft. Mac Miller) by Sap – 02/27/2016
5 Foot Assassin (Larry Fisherman Tribute) – 03/23/2016
Coming Back (Ft. Mac Miller) by Domo Genesis – 03/25/2016
!Go Fish! Vol. 1 as Larry Fisherman (Ft. Conway) – 04/09/2016

  1. Headaches and Migraines (Ft. Dave East)
  2. Notorious B.I.G. – What (Larry Fisherman Remix)

!Go Fish! Vol. 2 as Larry Fisherman (Ft. Your Old Droog) – 04/29/2016
!Go Fish! Vol. 3 as Larry Fisherman (Ft. Michael Christmas) – 05/22/2016
M.N.M (Ft. Mac Miller) by Asaad (Saudi Money) – 06/27/2016
Lost Boys (OG Version) (Ft. Mac Miller & Trinidad James) by Sir Michael Rocks - 07/13/2016
We Stay High (Ft. Twan, Mac Miller & Steele) by Mike James – 07/21/2016
Cameras (Ft. FKi 1st, Post Malone, Mac Miller & Lil Uzi Vert) by DJ Drama - 07/22/2016
Into You (Alex Ghenea Remix) (Ft. Mac Miller) by Ariana Grande – 08/06/2016

  1. Congratulations (Ft. Bilal)
  2. Dang! (Ft. Anderson Paak)
  3. Stay
  4. Skin
  5. Cinderella (Ft. Ty Dolla $ign)
  6. Planet God Damn (Ft. Njomza)
  7. Soulmate
  8. We (Ft. CeeLo Green)
  9. My Favorite Part (Ft. Ariana Grande)
  10. God is Fair, Sexy Nasty (Ft. Kendrick Lamar)

LAUNDRY DAY (Ft. EARTHGANG & J.I.D) [Prod. Mac Miller] by Spillage Village - 11/25/2016
D.R.U.G.S. (Ft. Mac Miller) by Ab-Soul - 12/07/2016
The Law (Ft. Mac Miller & Rapsody) by Ab-Soul - 12/09/2016
Until Then (Ft. Mac Miller) by Smoke DZA & Pete Rock – 12/09/2016

Hi (Ft. Mac Miller) by Thundercat - 02/24/2017
Sensation (Ft. Mac Miller & Danielle Withers) by Ronald Bruner Jr. - 03/03/2017
Cold Summer (Ft. Mac Miller, Kendrick Lamar, Kevin Gates & Rell) by DJ Kay Slay - 09/29/2017
Class Acts (Ft. Mac Miller) by Colicchie -12/02/2017

Learn How to Watch (Ft. MadeinTYO & Mac Miller) by Carnage – 01/11/2018
Completely Transparent (Ft. Mac Miller) by Tay Walker – 05/25/2018
Buttons – 05/30/2018
Programs – 05/30/2018
Inertia (Ft. Thundercat) – 08/01/2018

'SWIMMING' (ALBUM) – 08/03/2018
  1. Come Back to Earth
  2. Hurt Feelings
  3. What’s the Use?
  4. Perfecto
  5. Self Care
  6. Wings
  7. Ladders
  8. Small Worlds
  9. Conversation Pt. 1
  10. Dunno
  11. Jet Fuel
  12. 2009
  13. So It Goes

Guidelines by Thelonious Martin & Mac Miller – 08/20/2018

Day of Death – 09/07/2018

Slapboxin [Leak] – 10/08/2018
Once A Day [Leak] - 11/01/2018

  1. Dunno – Recorded at Spotify Studios NYC
  2. Nothing from Nothing – Recorded at Spotify Studios NYC
Story of Exodus (Ft. John Record) [Leak] - 11/29/2018
Why You After Me (Ft. John Record) [Leak] - 11/29/2018
Say Goodbye (Ft. Mac Miller) by Sean Hirsch – 02/13/2019
Superweirdo [Leak] – 05/30/2019
Benji The Dog [Leak] – 05/20/2019
Unhappy (Ft. Delusional Thomas) [Leak] – 06/01/2019
Take It Slow (Ft. BJ the Chicago Kid) by Casey Veggies [Mac Miller voice sample] - 06/07/2019
One Night [Leak] – 06/08/2019
Garden Snakes [Leak] – 06/08/2019
Tetanus Shots (Ft. Ab-Soul) [Leak] – 06/09/2019
Real [Leak] – 06/09/2019
Days Before (Ft. Mac Miller & Trippie Red) by Young Thug [Leak] – 06/11/2019
Time (Ft. Mac Miller & Kali Uchis) by Free Nationals – 06/12/2019
The Cool Out [Leak] – 06/14/2019
That’s Life (Ft. Mac Miller & Sia) by 88-Keys – 06/20/2019
Shut The Front Door (Maclib) - 07/06/2019
Summer Rain (Rick Rubin) - 07//22/2019
The Sun Room (Somewhere In Space) [Leak] – 07/23/2019
Watch the Sun Come Up [Leak from Rick Rubin sessions] - 07/23/2019
In Kindergarten [Leak] – 08/04/2019
Waterfalls [Leak] – 08/05/2019
Merry Go Round [Leak] - 08/21/2019
Good News [Leak] – 09/01/2019
Circles [Leak] - 09/04/2019
Guitar Case [Leak] - 09/08/2019
Everybody [Leak] - 09/09/2019
Telescope [Leak] - 09/23/2019
The Bargain [Leak] - 09/24/2019
Twenty Five Eight (25/8) [Leak] - 09/27/2019
Now That You Hear [Leak] - 10/04/2019
One and Only [Leak] - 10/04/2019
Once A Day (Full Production) [Leak] - 10/04/2019
So It Goes (OG) [Leak] - 10/04/2019
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Including freestyles and skits!

Rainy Days (Boogie)
Homicide (Logic)

Chloraseptic [Remix] (2 Chainz and PHRESHER)
Nowhere Fast [Extended Version] (Kehlani)
Caterpillar (Royce Da 5’9″ and King Green)
Majesty (Nicki Minaj)
The Ringer
Lucky You
Paul [SKIT]
Stepping Stone
Not Alike
Nice Guy
Good Guy

No Favors (Big Sean)
The Storm (@ BET Hip-Hop Awards) [FREESTYLE]
Machine Gun Black (Hall N' Nash)
Revenge (P!NK)
Walk On Water (Beyoncé)
Chloraseptic (PHRESHER)
River (Ed Sheeran)
Remind Me [Intro]
Remind Me
Revival [Interlude]
Like Home (Alicia Keys)
Bad Husband (X Ambassadors)
Tragic Endings (Skylar Grey)
Nowhere Fast (Kehlani)
Need Me (P!NK)
In Your Head

Campaign Speech
Infinite [F.B.T. Remix]
Welcome To Planet X (We're Coming For You) (KXNG Crooked and The Observer)
Rap On Steroids (Royce Da 5’9″, Black Thought and Assassin)
Kill For You (Skylar Grey)

Devil's Night Intro (D12)
Medicine Man (Dr. Dre, Candice Pillay and Anderson .Paak)
Freestyle on Sway In The Morning
The Pharmacy [SKIT]
Speedom (WWC2) (Tech N9ne and Krizz Kaliko)
The Hills [Remix] (The Weeknd)
Best Friend (Yelawolf)
Kings Never Die (Gwen Stefani)
Raw (Bad Meets Evil)
All I Think About (Bad Meets Evil)

Calm Down (Busta Rhymes)
Live in Vancouver [FREESTYLE]
Road To Total Slaughter [FREESTYLE]
Fuck That Shit (Shade 45) [SKIT]
Happy Birthday (Shade 45) [SKIT]
House Version (Shade 45) [SKIT]
Man Eater (Shade 45) [SKIT]
My Radio Station (Shade 45) [SKIT]
New Rocky Theme (Shade 45) [SKIT]
Queef (Shade 45) [SKIT]
Suck It Marshall (Shade 45) [SKIT]
Touch My Body (Shade 45) [SKIT]
SHADY CXVPHER (Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf)
Twerk Dat Pop That (Trick Treat and Royce Da 5’9″)
Intro to Eminem Vs. DJ Whoo Kid: Shady Classics (Paul Rosenberg)
Public Enemy #1
Go To Sleep
Run Rabbit Run
Say What You Say
Shady XV Shoutout
P.I.M.P. [Remix] (50 Cent)
Box Chevy V (Yelawolf)
Guts Over Fear
Shady XV Outro
Shady XV
Psychopath Killer (Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf)
Die Alone (Kobe)
Vegas (Bad Meets Evil)
Guts Over Fear (Sia)
Fine Line
Twisted (Skylar Grey and Yelawolf)
Right For Me
Detroit Vs Everybody (Royce Da 5’9″, Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf and Trick Trick)
Lose Yourself [Original Demo Version]

Rap City EM360 [Freestyle] (Big Tigger and Slaughterhouse)
Symphony In H [with/without Tag]
Bad Guy
Parking Lot [SKIT]
Rhyme Or Reason
So Much Better
Asshole (Skylar Grey)
Rap God
Stronger Than I Was
The Monster (Rihanna)
So Far...
Love Game (Kendrick Lamar)
Headlights (Nate Ruess)
Evil Twin
Don't Front (Buckshot)
Desperation (Jamie N Commons)
Groundhog Day
Beautiful Pain (Sia)
Wicked Ways

C'mon Let Me Ride (Skylar Grey)
My Life (50 Cent and Adam Levine)
Numb (Rihanna)
Here Comes The Weekend (P!NK)
Asylum (Slaughterhouse)
Frat House (Slaughterhouse)
Our House (Slaughterhouse and Skylar Grey)
Throw That (Slaughterhouse)
Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap [FREESTYLE]
Richard (Obie Trice)
Eminem Skit (Obie Trice)

Murder One (aka Shady Murder) (50 Cent)
Talk To Me (Young Jeezy and Freddie Gibbs)
In This World (Yelawolf)
Throw It Up (Yelawolf and Gangsta Boo)
BET Cypher 2011 [FREESTYLE] (Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse)
Nut Up
Die Hard (Dr. Dre)
Eminem Intro (D12)
Fame (D12)
Fame [Original; aka Going Crazy]
Security (Royce Da 5’9″)
Writer's Block [also: DJ Premier Remix] (Royce Da 5’9″)
50 Ways
2.0 Boys (Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf)
Get Money
Emulate [Full Version] (Obie Trice)
Ballin' Uncontrollably
Wee Wee
The Apple
It's Been Real
Things Get Worse (B.o.B)
Fly Away (Just Blaze)
Oh No
Give Me The Ball
Dudey [Difficult Remix] (Obie Trice)
Hit Me With Your Best Shot (D12)
I Need A Doctor (Dr. Dre and Skylar Grey)
Welcome 2 Hell
Fast Lane
The Reunion
Above The Law
I'm On Everything (Mike Epps)
A Kiss
Lighters (Bruno Mars)
Take From Me
Loud Noises (Slaughterhouse)
Living Proof [Bonus Track]
Echo (Liz Rodrigues)

Hello, Good Morning [Remix] (Diddy-Dirty Money)
Cocaine (Jazmine Sullivan)
Syllables (Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Stat Quo and Cashis)
Topless (Dr. Dre and Nas)
I Need A Doctor [Original] (Dr. Dre and Skylar Grey)
All She Wrote [Original] (T.I.)
All She Wrote (T.I.)
Echo [Original] (Royce Da 5’9″ and Liz Rodrigues)
Living Proof [Original] (Royce Da 5’9″)
Celebrity (Lloyd Banks and Akon)
Where I'm At (Lloyd Banks)
Love The Way You Lie Part II (Rihanna)
Roman's Revenge (aka I Feel Pretty) [Original] (Nicki Minaj)
Roman's Revenge (Nicki Minaj)
Tim Westwood [FREESTYLE] (Royce Da 5’9″ and Kon Artis)
Despicable [FREESTYLE]
The Next One (aka Atlanta On Fire) (Stat Quo)
Testify (aka Classic Shit) (Stat Quo)
Airplanes Pt. II (B.o.B. and Hayley Williams)
Rondell's Beat Tape [SKIT] (Kuniva)
Recovery [plus: iTunes Deluxe Edition]
Cold Wind Blows
Talkin' 2 Myself (Kobe)
On Fire
Won't Back Down (P!NK)
Going Through Changes
Not Afraid
No Love (Lil Wayne)
Space Bound
Cinderella Man
25 to Life
So Bad
Almost Famous
Love the Way You Lie (Rihanna)
You're Never Over
Untitled [Hidden Track]
Session One (Slaughterhouse)

Drop The World (Lil Wayne)
Rock The Bells [Live @ VH1 Hip Hop Honors] (The Roots ans DJ Jazzy Jeff)
Rap City Relapse Freestyle (Big Tigger and Kon Artis)
Respect My Conglomerate [Tim Westwood Freestyle] (Kon Artis)
Microphone [Tim Westwood Freestyle]
Chonkyfire [Tim Westwood Freestyle]
BET Cypher 2009 [FREESTYLE] (Mos Def and Black Thought)
Psycho (50 Cent)
Chemical Warfare (Alchemist)
The Warning
Zucker im Kaffee [FREESTYLE]
Crack A Bottle [Remix] (Dr. Dre and T.I.)
Crack A Bottle [DJ Grind Remix] (Cashis and Bobby Creekwater)
Forever [Travis Barker Remix] (Drake, Kanye West and Lil Wayne)
3 a.m. [Travis Barker Remix]
I Just Relapsed (Shade 45)
Relapse [plus: iTunes Deluxe Edition]
Dr. West [SKIT]
3 a.m.
My Mom
Bagpipes from Baghdad
Tonya [SKIT]
Same Song & Dance
We Made You
Medicine Ball
Paul [SKIT]
Stay Wide Awake
Old Time's Sake (Dr. Dre)
Must Be The Ganja
Mr. Mathers [SKIT]
Deja Vu
Crack A Bottle (Dr. Dre and 50 Cent)
Steve Berman [SKIT]
My Darling
Careful What You Wish For
Forever (Drake, Kanye West and Lil Wayne)
Hell Breaks Loose (Dr. Dre)
Buffalo Bill
Taking My Ball
Music Box
Drop The Bomb On 'Em

Crack A Bottle (aka Number One) [Demo Version]
I'm Having A Relapse [FREESTYLE]
Who Want It (Trick Trick)
I Kissed A Boy (Shade 45) [SKIT]
Licking Maple (Shade 45) [SKIT]
Paris Hilton (Shade 45) [SKIT]
Shit Sandwiches (Shade 45) [SKIT]
Stan (The Lost Verses) (Shade 45)
Why I Scream (Shade 45) [SKIT]
Commercial (Shade 45)

Peep Show (50 Cent)
Pistol Poppin' (Cashis)
I Can Be (Helleva)
Shady Baby (Obie Trice)
Touchdown (T.I.)
Step Right Up [FREESTYLE]

Touch It [Live, Remix] (Busta Rhymes, Mary J. Blige, Rah Digga, Missy Elliot, Lloyd Banks, Papoose and DMX)
There They Go (Big Herk and Trick Trick)
Snitch (Akon)
Fuck Obie [SKIT] (Obie Trice)
Public Service Announcement (Obie Trice)
Skit with Obie Trice
Sada Pop [Outro] (Obie Trice)
Smack That (Akon)
Jimmy Crack Corn [Remix] (Cashis)
Shade 45 [SKIT]
Intro (Stat Quo)
Shady Narcotics [Intro]
We're Back (Obie Trice, Stat Quo, Bobby Creekwater and Cashis)
Murder (Bizarre and Kuniva of D-12)
The Re-Up (50 Cent)
You Don't Know (50 Cent, Cashis and Lloyd Banks)
Jimmy Crack Corn (50 Cent)
Trapped (Proof)
By My Side (Stat Quo)
Public Enemy #1
Shake That [Remix] (Nate Dogg, Obie Trice and Bobby Creekwater)
No Apologies
Eminem Introduces Mick/The Pre-Up [Interlude]
Still On Top [Mick Boogie Mix] (Dr. Dre)
Classic Beatbox Freestyle [Mick Boogie Mix]
Eminem Clowning Around About The Pre-Up [Interlude]
You Hear Me Pt. 2 [Mick Boogie Mix] (Obie Trice)
Intro to Smashtime Radio Shade 45 with Clinton Sparks [SKIT]
Happy Birthday [SKIT]
Show Us Your Tits [SKIT]
Anybody Out There [SKIT]
I Can't Make Up My Minds [SKIT]
Outro (Clinton Sparks)

It Has Been Said (The Notorious B.I.G., Obie Trice and Diddy)
No More To Say (Trick Trick and Proof)
Welcome To Detroit City (Trick Trick)
I'll Hurt You (Busta Rhymes)
I'll Hurt You [Original] (Busta Rhymes)
Drama Setter (Tony Yayo and Obie Trice)
Off To Tijuana (Hush, Kuniva and Swifty)
Gatman & Robin (50 Cent)
We Ain't (The Game)
Hip Hop (Bizarre)
Pimplikeness (Proof and D12)
Oil Can Harry (Proof)
My Ballz (D12)
Get Off My Nuts [FREESTYLE]
Intro to Curtain Call: The Hits
Shake That (Nate Dogg)
When I'm Gone
Stan [Live] (Elton John)
Introduction (Clinton Sparks and Lil Jon)
Anger Management
Fubba U Cubba Cubba
Dirty Steve [SKIT]
Emulate (Obie Trice)

I'm Gone (Obie Trice)
Pale Moonlight (Strike and Dina Rae)
Soldier Like Me (2Pac)
Black Cotton (2Pac, Kastro and Young Noble)
Welcome To D-Block (Jadakiss, Sheek and Styles P.)
We Just Came To Party (Young Zee)
Warrior Part 2 (Lloyd Banks, 50 Cent and Nate Dogg)
Lean Back [Remix] (Fat Joe, Mase, and Lil Jon)
Invasion Pt. III (aka Armageddon Freestyle)
Eminem, Shade 45 [FREESTYLE]
Rap City Freestyle (D12)
Canopy Freestyle (Proof)
I Like A Girl [FREESTYLE] (Proof)
Hardest Mothafuckass [FREESTYLE] (Swifty)
Tim Westwood (aka Got It Twisted) [FREESTYLE] (Proof)
24 Min Shady Camp Freestyles from The Tim Westwood Show (D12 and Stat Quo)
Radio 1 Freestyle [Part 1] (D12, Obie Trice and Stat Quo)
Radio 1 Freestyle [Part 2] (D12, Obie Trice and Stat Quo)
Radio 1 Freestyle [Part 3] (D12, Obie Trice and Stat Quo)
Radio 1 Freestyle [Part 4] (D12, Obie Trice and Stat Quo)
Curtains Up
Evil Deeds
Never Enough (50 Cent and Nate Dogg)
Yellow Brick Road
Like Toy Soldiers
My 1st Single
Paul [SKIT]
Rain Man
Big Weenie
Em Calls Paul [SKIT]
Just Lose It
Ass Like That
Spend Some Time (50 Cent, Obie Trice and Stat Quo)
Crazy in Love
One Shot 2 Shot (D12)
Final Thought [SKIT]
Encore/Curtains Down (Dr. Dre and 50 Cent)
We As Americans
I Love You More
Ricky Ticky Toc
Git Up
Loyalty (Obie Trice)
Just Like U
I'll Be Damned
Dude [SKIT]
My Band
U R The One
6 In The Morning
How Come
Leave Dat Boy Alone
Get My Gun
Bizarre [SKIT]
Steve's Coffee House [SKIT]
D-12 World
40 Oz.
Commercial Break
American Psycho II (B-Real)
Bugz 97 [SKIT]
Good Die Young
Keep Talkin'
Slow Your Roll

Bump Heads (50 Cent, Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks)
Nail In The Coffin
The Sauce
Hail Mary (50 Cent and Busta Rhymes)
One Day At A Time [Em's Version] (2Pac and Outlawz)
Go To Sleep (DMX and Obie Trice)
911 (Boo Yaa Tribe and B-Real)
Patiently Waiting (50 Cent)
Don't Push Me (50 Cent and Lloyd Banks)
Hands On You (Obie Trice)
Lady (Obie Trice)
We All Die One Day (Obie Trice, 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks)
Outro (D12)
Shit Hits The Fan (Dr. Dre)
Bartender Intro [SKIT] (Obie Trice)
Funk Master Flex Interlude [SKIT] (Obie Trice)
My Club (Obie Trice)
Funk Flex Interlude (Obie Trice)
Invasion Pt. II (aka Conspiracy Freestyle)
Intro (Phone Call from The E True Hollywood Mixtape)
Drunk Freestyle
Monkey See Monkey Do
We As Americans [Original]
I Love You More [Original]
Come On In (D12)
Doe Rae Me (aka Hailie's Revenge)

Rock City (Royce Da 5’9″)
Rock City [Original] (Royce Da 5’9″)
Serious (Promatic and Swifty McVay)
My Name (Xzibit and Nate Dogg)
Interlude (Dj Butter, Lyrical Smackdown)
Invasion Pt. I (aka The Realest Freestyle) (The Notorious B.I.G. and 50 Cent)
Whoo Kid Freestyle
Kay Slay Freestyle (aka I'm Marshall)
Rap City Freestyle [Eminem's Basement] (D12)
Lose Yourself [Movie Version]
8 Mile [Movie Version]
Sweet Home Alabama (Future)
8 Mile Freestyle (Sol George)
Rabbit Freestyle
Rabbit Vs Lickity Split Freestyle
Rabbit Vs Lotto Freestyle
Rabbit Vs Papa Doc Freestyle
Rabbit & Cheddar Bob Freestyle
Marvwon Vs Eminem [Part 1]
Marvwon Vs Eminem [Part 2]
Maurice Grant Vs Eminem
Supa MC Vs Eminem
Confusion Vs Eminem
Curtains Up [SKIT]
White America
Cleanin Out My Closet
Square Dance
The Kiss [SKIT]
Say Goodbye Hollywood
Drips (Obie Trice)
Without Me
Paul Rosenberg [SKIT]
Sing for the Moment
Hailie's Song
Steve Berman [SKIT]
When the Music Stops (D12)
Say What You Say (Dr. Dre)
Till I Collapse (Nate Dogg)
My Dad's Gone Crazy
Curtains Close [SKIT]
Lose Yourself
Love Me (Obie Trice and 50 Cent)
8 Mile
Rap Game (D12)
Rabbit Run
Rap Name (Obie Trice)

Whether Or Not (D12)
Renegade (Jay-Z)
711 [SKIT] (D12)
What If I was White (Sticky Fingaz)
Get Buzzed Intro (DJ Butter)
Basket Case [FREESTYLE] (Proof)
Freestyle (Funk Flex)
Still Number 1 [FREESTYLE]
Rap City Freestyle (D12)
40 Min Tim Westwood Freestyle (D12)
Devil's Night [plus: Deluxe Edition] (D12)
Another Public Service Announcement
Shit Can Happen
Pistol Pistol
Bizarre [SKIT]
Nasty Mind
Ain't Nuttin' But Music
American Psycho
That's How [SKIT]
That's How
Purple Pills
Fight Music
Pimp Like Me
Blow My Buzz
Obie Trice [SKIT]
Devil's Night
Steve Berman [SKIT]
These Drugs
Words Are Weapons
Shit On You

Quitter (D12)
I Remember
It's Murder
Hellbound (J-Black and Masta Ace)
Off The Wall (Redman)
What The Beat (Method Man and Royce Da 5’9″)
Thug Love [Remix] (50 Cent and Beyoncé)
Fuck You [Lab Rat Remix]
Rush Ya Clique (Outsidaz)
Rush Ya Clique [Original] (Outsidaz)
The Way I Am [Danny Lohner Remix] (Marilyn Manson)
She's The One (Royce Da 5’9″)
Stir Crazy (The Madd Rapper)
Don't Approach Me (Xzibit)
Get Back (Tony Touch and D12)
Rap Superstar (Cypress Hill)
Things Ain't The Same (aka The Watcher) [FREESTYLE]
Eminem & Cocoa Brovas [FREESTYLE]
Freestyle Power 92.3
We Takin' Over This Year (aka Racial Tension or I Stay Higher) [FREESTYLE]
Off The Dome [FREESTYLE]
Tylenol Island [FREESTYLE]
Just Rhymin’ [FREESTYLE] (Proof)
40 Min Tim Westwood Freestyle (Proof)
Rap City Freestyle (D12)
Appointment [Prank Call]
Miz Jerkoff [Prank Call]
Intro to The Marshall Mathers LP Promo Tape & Crank Calls Mixtape
Fat Beats [SKIT]
Curtis [SKIT]
Man With Van [SKIT]
Carry Out [SKIT]
Rex [SKIT]
Outro to The Marshall Mathers LP Promo Tape & Crank Calls Mixtape
Public Service Announcement 2000
Kill You
Paul [SKIT]
Who Knew
Steve Berman
The Way I Am
The Real Slim Shady
Remember Me (Sticky Fingaz and RBX)
I'm Back
Marshall Mathers
Ken Kaniff [SKIT]
Drug Ballad
Amityville (Bizarre)
Bitch Please II (Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg and Xzibit)
Under The Influence (D12)
The Kids

The Watcher (Dr. Dre)
What's The Difference (Dr. Dre and Xzibit)
What's The Difference [Original] (Hittman)
Forgot About Dre (Dr. Dre)
Forgot About Dre [Original] (Dr. Dre)
Bang Bang (De. Dre)
Bad Guys Always Die (Dr. Dre)
Hustlers And Hardcore (Feel-X)
If I Get Locked Up Tonight (Dr. Dre)
Three Verses
Till Hell Freezes Over
Any Man (aka Fuckin' Crazy)
Watch Dees
Bad Influence
My Name Is [Original]
Role Model [Original]
Renegade (Royce Da 5’9″)
My Fault [Pizza Mix]
Macosa (Outsidaz)
Macosa [DJ Butter Remix] (Outsidaz)
Frontpage Stardom (Hittman)
Our House
Turn Me Loose (Limp Bizkit)
Dead Wrong (The Notorious B.I.G.)
Busa Rhyme (Missy Elliott)
Flawless Victory (Da Rabeez)
The Anthem (Sway & Tech, RZA, Kool G. Rap, Xzibit, Pharoah Monch, Tech N9ne, KRS-One and Jayo Felony)
You Must Be Crazy (DJ Rectangle, Hot Karl and Dree)
The Kids [Original]
Fuck You [Stretch Armstrong Freestyle]
DJ Snoyl Circa Freestyle
The Farm Club Freestyle
4 Versus [FREESTYLE]
Any Word (aka Rhymin Words) [FREESTYLE]
First Word [FREESTYLE]
Food Stamp [FREESTYLE]
Dissin' Brandy And Mase (aka Hand Me an 8th) [FREESTYLE]
Hazardous Youth [FREESTYLE]
Retarted Kid Named Greg (Version 2) [FREESTYLE]
Renewing the Staff [FREESTYLE]
Freestyle with Biggie (aka Broke The Rubber)
I Do Pop Pills [FREESTYLE]
I'm Cancerous [FREESTYLE]
Mystikal Diss [FREESTYLE]
Weed Lacer [FREESTYLE]
Slims Freestyle
Role Model Freestyle
Getoe TV Freestyle (Percee P)
Kool Kid [FREESTYLE] (Royce Da 5’9″)
88HipHop Freestyle (Royce Da 5’9″)
Stereo Car Freestyle (Proof)
Intro (aka Stretch)
Record Store 1 (aka Is Dr. Dre White) [SKIT]
Record Store 2 [SKIT]
Nicole [SKIT]
Ariel (aka R U Gonna Leave Me 2) [SKIT]
Brenda (aka I Know You Fucking Him) [SKIT]
Brenda 2 [SKIT]
Jesse [SKIT]
Junko [SKIT]
Cock Massage [SKIT]
Taj Mahal (aka Slim Shady Platter) [SKIT]
Public Service Anouncement
My Name Is
Guilty Conscience (Dr. Dre)
Brain Damage
Paul [SKIT]
If I Had
97′ Bonnie & Clyde
Bitch [SKIT]
Role Model
Lounge [SKIT]
My Fault
Ken Kaniff [SKIT]
Cum On Everybody
Rock Bottom
Just Don't Give A Fuck
As The World Turns
I'm Shady
Bad Meets Evil (Royce Da 5’9″)
I Still Don't Give A Fuck
Hazardous Youth [Acapella]
Get You Mad
Greg [Acapella]

The Last Hit (aka Flyest Material) (High And Mighty)
The Last Hit [Original] (High And Mighty)
Drastic Measures (aka Microphone Autopsy)(Indigenous Tribe)
Demon Inside (aka Horrorcore)
Kim [Original]
Nuttin' To Do (Royce Da 5’9″)
Scary Movies (Royce Da 5’9″)
No One's Iller [Demo Version] (Swift and Fuzz)
5 Star Generals (Shabaam Sahdeeq, Skam, A.L. and Kewst)
3hree6ix5ive (Old World Disorder)
Hard Act To Follow (Outsidaz)
We Shine (Da Ruckus)
We Shine [Remix] (Da Ruckus)
Fuck Off (Kid Rock)
Green And Gold (The Anonymous)
Trife Thieves (Bizarre and Fuzz Scoota)
XL Show Freestyle
Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito Show Freestyle (Royce Da 5’9″)
Where My Words At [FREESTYLE]
I'm Eminem [FREESTYLE]
When To Stand Up [FREESTYLE]
Halftime Show Freestyle (Royce Da 5’9″)
Wake Up Show Freestyle 1 (aka Gun In Your Grill)
Wake Up Show Freestyle 2 (Aristotle and Dilated Peoples Aris)
Wake Up Show Freestyle 3 (Aristotle and Royce Da 5’9″)
Wake Up Show Freestyle 4 (Coca Brovas)
Wake Up Show Freestyle 5 (MC Juice, Akinyele and Planet Asia)
Wake Up Show Freestyle 6 (aka Chauvinist Pig)

Take The Whole World With Me (Bizarre and Pacewon)
Rock Bottom [Original]
I'm Shady [Original]
Cum On Everybody [Original]
Desperados (Proof, Bugz and Almighty Dreadnaughtz)
Bad Meets Evil [Original] (Royce Da 5’9″)
Murder, Murder (aka Murder She Wrote) [Remix]
Baruch College Radio Freestyle Tape
Freestyle (DJ Yooter Freestyle & Sway and Tech Freestyle)
Rap Olympics '97 (Freestyle Battles)
Scribble Jam '97 (Freestyle Battles)
Wake Up Show Freestyle 1 (aka Greg)
Wake Up Show Freestyle 2 (aka It’s Only Fair To Warn)
Intro (to The Slim Shady EP)
Low Down, Dirty
If I Had…
Just Dont Give A Fuck
Just The Two Of Us
No One's Iller (Swift, Bizarre Kid and Fuzz)
Murder, Murder
If I Had... [Radio Edit]
Just Dont Give A **** [Radio Edit]
Chance to Advance
Bring our Boys

Dumpin' (Parts Unknown, Proof and Eye-Kyu)
Eminem & Kuniva: Freestyle Battle (The Hip-Hop Shop)
It's Ok
Open Mic
Never 2 Far
Jealousy Woes 2

Mad Cold Blunts Is In The House (Chaos Kid and Butterfingerz)
Fuckin' Backstabber (Soul Intent)
Fuckin' Backstabber [SKIT]
Fuckin' Backstabber (Proof)
Biterphobia (Buttafingaz)

Crackers And Cheese (aka One-Handed Juggler)
Wicked Shit [Snippet]
'94 Shit [Snippet]

So Many Styles [Snippet]

Unrealistically Graphic (Soul Intent)
What Color Is Soul (Soul Intent)
Closer Than This [Live] (Soul Intent)

Bassmint Productions Freestyle (Soul Intent)
Artificial Flavour (Soul Intent and Proof)
Pooh Butt Day (Soul Intent)

Don't Chew With Your Mouth Full [plus: Snippet]
Hammer vs Vanilla (Proof)
Steppin' On To The Scene
Fattest Skinny Kid Alive

As The Doom Surrounds With Gloom (Soul Intent)
Purple Pimp Saga Bellbottom Pants (Soul Intent)
The First Suckerin Rhyme Ever (Soul Intent)

Foolish Pride (Manix)
Irv Ski vs New Jacks (DJ Buttafingaz, Billy T. and Irv-Ski)
Eat It
Blown Away [Horrorcore Rap]
Take 87 & A Half (DJ Buttafingaz)
Teachin' You A Lesson (DJ Buttafingaz)
Hard Motherfucker

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Album Of The Year 2018 #2: Eminem - Kamikaze

Artist Eminem
Album Kamikaze
Apple Music
Album Background(done by Nonstopas)
A hip-hop icon who started off as an underground battle rapper in Detroit, Marshall “Eminem” Mathers has developed a career full of contradictions, wild swings, and some of the most noteworthy raps in the history of the genre. Eminem, for a while was the hip-hop anti-hero. Hated and loved by many for his violent, dark and humorous lyrics and a “I don’t give a fuck” mentality. Eminem has broken countless barriers, shifted and impacted the culture in many ways. Eminem can arguably be considered as the face of mainstream hip hop and pop rap. In 2017 after a 4 year hiatus, Eminem released his long anticipated 9th studio album, Revival. However the official tracklist pretty much killed all the possible anticipation, with it’s lack of rap features and songs filled with pop singers. Everything that the people hated the most about his recent output was out in the open and discussed about. It didn’t take long enough for people to form an opinion about the album, and even though there’s a saying “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” Revival was as bad as people thought it would be. The album received the most negative reviews out of any Eminem’s studio albums ever. It was arguably considered as the worst album he has ever released in his entire career. Revival was followed by the Chloraseptic Remix featuring 2 Chainz who was originally featured on the song and a different verse from Eminem and PHresher, which was a step in the right direction, it also left hardcore fans and admirers waiting for more. His future features: Caterpillar and Majesty did not disappoint. That leads us to the surprise drop of Kamikaze, 9 months after Revival. In some way, this album’s roll out has marked an era, where Eminem is at one of the most active points in his career since his post-Encore hiatus. We had a few features and 2 albums, all in the span of 12 months, however is the album better than it’s predecessor?
Album Review(by Nonstopas)
Kamikaze is Eminem putting all his cards on the table and going all in. He doesn’t care about the outcome. He is risking his fame, legacy, reputation and “life” in the same vein as a Kamikaze pilot. Over the years we had a glimpse of what Eminem can do with good production and when he has story to tell or a clear subject matter. It was never a doubt that he can still release a good song, however it was doubted if Eminem can ever release a consistent project after a long streak of hit or miss/mediocre albums. With that being said, “Kamikaze” doesn’t feel like an album. It feels more like a mixtape than anything else. Beginning with the the tracklist, which is much shorter than what we had in the past years or even his entire career. And there is almost no consistent theme in the album, apart from the disses, insults and his replies to the Revival hate.
In 2018, there is nothing really much left to say. Marshal Matthers has went trough every peak and valley there is. He went from being an underground battle rapper to becoming the worlds biggest hiphop superstar that manage to out-sell any of his competition to this day. Eminem had people threatening his life. He had politicians voting to ban and censor his music. He went on a trial for a gun possession. He had beefs with not 1, not 2, but with 3 presidents (Bush, Clinton, Trump) He reached the highest peak there is. But the fall was long and painful. He lost his best friend, he lost his skills as an MC, he battled addictions, overdosed, but no matter that he still managed to rise again and re-learn how to rap and also to release 6 more projects since 2009. He has discussed almost every single topic there is, there are almost no questions left to ask, except for the most popular one. Does he still got it?
In terms of lyrical content this album is full of heavy hitting-bars that might slip by your ears unnoticed, when first listening to the project. It is almost impossible to fully digest what is being said in just one listen. This lyrical style has been almost perfected by Eminem over the years, which got a fair share of hate, especially when it comes to serial-killer bars and corny punchlines, that have been recurrent in every single album that Em has ever released. We can agree that the continent of his raps has been dumbed down in favour of more internal rhyme schemes and a play on sounds, which in this day and age of hip-hop music is not really popular or as exciting anymore. Eminem is still doing a great job as far as hip hop purists go. He rarely uses one flow in a song anymore, he rather keeps switching his flows based on the subject matter, even sometimes his flows are linked to a specific mention or shout out, for example in The Ringer Eminem uses Gucci Gang's flow as a parody version of the song and also to explain how he does not like the rap that is being put out these days. From a 46 year old rap legends stand point all of these claims and hate towards the new generation makes sense, however it does feel more biased rather than acceptable. Eminem favors lyricism over melody, yes that is true, however does it really have to be the only way to possible survive in this era? By being the "RAP GOD/RAP HERO" for people who want lyrical myrical rap? I would say that one of the biggest problems that Eminem has is his failure to adapt to the current times, and even if he tried to go over a Metro Boomin beat, it would still feel as if it's the same as anything else he put out. Eminem does what Eminem did the best and that is Rapping. It is clear that there aren't many people out there on the same level as Em is when it comes to putting out a great rap, however the genre has transcended itself far enough for it to be considered as bad by the current generation of rap listeners.
Track By Track Review
The Ringer
The intro track is one of the fiercest tracks Eminem has released in his career. In this song, Eminem debunks the myth that he is unaware of the criticism and reception that he received online, also the fact that he is unreachable by any stones thrown at him. He addresses many rappers personally, explaining his take on the current hip hop culture which he doesn’t seem to be a fan of, and how he hates the critics who “don’t understand” his music. Marshall states that the industry hates him because he has been on top for so long.
I'm fed up with bein' humble
And rumor is I'm hungry, I'm sure you heard bumblings
I heard you wanna rumble like an empty stomach
I heard your mumblin' but it's jumbled in mumbo-jumbo
The era that I'm from will pummel you, that's what it's comin' to
What the fuck you're gonna do when you run into it?
I'm gonna crumble you and I'll take a number two
And dump on you, if you ain't Joyner
If you ain't Kendrick or Cole or Sean then you're a goner
I'm 'bout to bring it to anyone in this bitch who want it
Eminem also mentions Charlamagne again in the same song, which was overlooked by some people, in the line:
"Aw, man! That BET cypher was weak, it was garbage
The Thing ain't even orange—oh my God, that's a reach!"
Shout to all my colorblind people
Each and everyone of y'all, if you call a fire engine green
Aquamarine, or you think water is pink
"Dawg, that's a date." "Looks like an olive to me."
"Look, there's an apple!" "No, it's not, it's a peach!"
This is a diss aimed at radio personality Charlamagne tha God who criticized Em’s 2017 BET Cypher. On his podcast The Brilliant Idiots with Andrew Schultz, Charlamagne argued that: you know why Eminem didn’t have no beat? cos he couldn’t say that shit over no beat because it wasn’t even rhyming…it wasn’t even put together well it was like, there was some reaches in there One of the other criticisms leveled at Em’s lyrics were that they sometimes bordered on the trivial and weren’t exactly accurate. For example, on the cypher Em rapped:
Racism’s the only thing he’s fantastic for
‘Cause that’s how he gets his fuckin’ rocks off and he’s orange Yeah, sick tan
Charlamagne criticized this line on his end of year podcast with Joe Budden claiming: it’s such a fuckin' reach. First of all, The Thing ain’t even orange. I’m a comic book fan. The thing in the comic books ain’t even orange it’s like a yellowish, beige color. Eminem is very much aware, and he’s out there, listening to what the people have to say about him.
Second track is a display of Eminem’s ability of multi-syllable rhyming, fast punching flow and wordplay, while at the same time going at the mumble rappers and their styles, which is an ongoing theme throughout the album. Eminem responds to Die Antwoord’s anger that Eminem mispronounced their name after the song Untouchable from the album Revival was released. This song is also notable for the fact that it’s a play on Kendrick Lamar’s HUMBLE:
Revival didn't go viral!
Denaun and Royce tell me that I should take the high road
Lucky You
The third song is featuring Joyner Lucas, produced by Boi-1da and IllaDaProducer. This is the first collaboration between these two artist, who compliment each other with their similar lyrical styles. This song can be notable for the fact that Em’s and Joyner’s verses are completely the opposite, in the same vein as “I’m Not Racist” which Eminem pointed out as being a big fan of. Eminem states his accomplishments, records and achievement but at the same time responding to the the critics and haters who are saying Em has fell off, while Joyner is addressing the fact that he wants trophies and want’s to make it but never had the chance to do so. The whole sequence of tongue twisting rap is one of my favorite parts of the album:
But I think it's inevitable
They know what button to press or what lever to pull
To get me to snap though
And if I pay it attention I'm probably makin' it bigger
But you've been takin' ya dicks in the fuckin' back,
On the brink, any minute got me thinkin' of finishin'
Everything with acetaminophen and reapin' the benefits
I'm asleep at the wheel again
As I peak into thinkin' about an evil intent
Of another beat I'ma kill again
'Cause even if I gotta end up eatin' a pill again
Even ketamine or methamphetamine with the minithin
It better be at least 70 or 300 milligram
And I might as well 'cause I'ma end up bein' a villain again
Levels to this shit, I got an elevator
You could never say to me I'm not a fuckin' record breaker
I sound like a broken record every time I break a record
Nobody could ever take away the legacy I made, I never cater
Motherfucker, now I got a right to be this way
I got spite inside my DNA
But I wrote 'til the wheels fall off, I'm workin' tirelessly, ayy
It's the moment y'all been waitin' for
Like California wishin' rain would pour
In that drought, y'all been prayin' for
My downfall from the 8 Mile to the Southpaw
Still the same Marshall, that outlaw
That they say as a writer might've fell off
I'm back on that bull like the cowboys
From album reviewers, such as Fantano, Eminem has received many negative reviews and reception, especially about calling out Tyler with gay-slurs, which was actually just him quoting Tyler himself, as we all know Tyler loves using the word Fag as freely as Em does. Also and calling out critics and the media was a big part of his disses. However, those “critics/reviewers” that Eminem calls out in his disses have a history of racial bias not just against white rappers; for example Charlemagne and Lord Jamar, harassment by proxy, claiming to be authorities on the culture while not being artists themselves (Charlemagne and Lord Jamar again) or in the case of Joe Budden claiming to be superior rappers when compared to others without backing up their claims, which in Joe’s case happened again with CyHi. He also calls out new rappers for disrespecting OG's, not settling beefs on their own and/or ripping off styles without giving credit. Basically, it’s important because he's calling out a dangerous trend of 'posing' and mimicry that’s been rife in the community, which not only stifles industrial creativity but also drains authenticity from the art, which is huge part of any rap aesthetic.
Paul (skit)
Fourth song is a the Paul (Skit) which is a homage to all the times Eminem’s albums had a Paul skit, SSLP, MMLP,TES Encore, Devil’s Night and Relapse. Paul here responds to the idea of the album Kamikaze, where he lashes off to people who didn’t like Revival. Paul’s point is that it is indeed a slippery slope, because a lot of people won’t like Kamikaze regardless how good or bad it is, therefore there should be another Kamikaze 2 album which responds to all the Kamikaze 1 haters. My problem with Paul is that he has been a part of Em’s decision process so long, that Em probably doesn’t even select most of his beats or features, it is all done by Paul. Paul could be the reason why a lot of Em’s albums lacked good beats and good features.
Fifth song is a love ballad, much like Love The Way You Lie, Spend Some Time, Tragic Endings or Revenge. However I appreciate this song a lot more than any of those, because It does not sound the same poppy – rappity rap song that he has been doing for almost a decade now. Quite a few hiphop reviewers agreed that this is Em on some “Drake type of shit|, and it kind of works. There’s not much to discuss about this song, since it is setup as a story where Eminem want’s a Normal relationship like everyone else.
I just want you to be normal
Why can't you bitches be normal?
Always gotta be so extra
Like a fuckin' terrestrial
Guess it comes with the territory
My ex girl, she just declared war
Therefore, I better prepare for it
I guess bein’ weird's normal?”
Em Calls Paul
Sixth song is Eminem’s response to Paul skit that was the track four. Eminem here says that “No, I don't plan to reply to everybody who fuckin' says something(…) Like, you don't understand I'm rhyming the entire fuckin' sentence you fuckin' moron It's my fault 'cause you're fuckin' stupid. But I swear to God this motherfucker lives in Michigan and I think I figured out his address. And I'm on my way to his fuckin' house right now” The rhyme in question is from the song Believe, which uses a rhyme scheme where Em is rhyming the whole sentence. Em’s take on this is that the guy was too stupid to get it. My take on this is that Em dedicates too much time on his rhyming and putting as much complicated shit together, that he doesn’t understand what the fans actually want. Which is effortless MMLP-esque bars and flows.
Stepping Stone
Track seven is the emotional D12 homage track Stepping Stone It’s the latest track in the series of apologising to anyone that he has done wrong for, from his mother on “Headlights”, to wife on “Bad Husband”. Everyone knows that the reason why D12 got so huge is the same as why G-Unit was huge. They were the supporting acts behind the main player who managed to blow up. D12’s two albums debuted and number one, with millions of copies sold which in no way would ever happen if Eminem wasn’t there.
I'ma wash away my sins
I'ma rinse away this dirt
I forgot to make amends
To all the friends I may have hurt
I better stop and say my grace
From it I pray that I don't fall
'Cause on the way back down I may
End up runnin' back into them all
I never meant to use you all as my stepping stones
Eminem apologises to D12 for using them as a mean to progress further in his career and that he could have done a lot more by boosting their solo careers, with features and acts they otherwise wouldn’t have managed to get. This song also marks the official end of D12. The fans knew all along that there will never be another full length D12 project, however this was for everyone who had any hopes up.
Not Alike
Track eight is a Bad Meets Evil track. The beat of the track instantly felt like a rip of off Look Alive, a hit song by Blockboy JB featuring Drake, produced by Tay Keith. The reason might be the signature drum pattern by Tay Keith, or maybe it was indeed meant to be similar to Look Alive. The song is featuring Royce Da 5”9 which is the second time we have a chance to hear Bad Meets Evil duet together this year, and they do show us that this duo can outrap anyone. At this point in their careers both Marshal and Royce have a perfect chemistry. They sound great together on pretty much any track, and Royce does indeed bring out the best out of Slim. This track is notable because of the following verse:
This little cock-sucker, he must be feelin' himself
He wants to keep up his tough demeanor
So he does a feature, decides to team up with Nina
But next time you don't gotta use Tech N9ne
If you wanna come at me with a sub, Machine Gun
And I'm talkin' to you
But you already know who the fuck you are, Kelly
I don't use sublims and sure as fuck don't sneak-diss
But keep commenting on my daughter Hailie
I keep on telling motherfuckers
But just in case you forgot really and need Ja memories
Jarred like strawberry or pineapple, apricot jelly
I respond rarely, but this time Shady 'bout to sound off
Like a fuckin' cocked semi-Glock demi-god
Let me put a fuckin' silencer on this little
Non-threatening blond fairy cornball takin' shots at me
You're not ready, fool, break yourself like Rocksteady Crew
Obviously, I'm not gettin' through
We can get it poppin' like Redenbach, lettin' off like Remy Ma
Heavy artillery, Godzilla, harsh with a hard shell
With a motherfucking heart bigger than Bizarre's belly
Only time you'll ever say I lost
You'll be talkin' 'bout Fetty Wap, better call Diddy
Just to try to get me off, and you better hope I don't call Trick Trick
Bitch, this shit don't fly in our city
Punk, you don't disrespect OGs, R.I.P. Prodigy
The whole song started the beef between Machine Gun Kelly and Eminem. MGK responded to Not Alike by releasing Rap Devil, which got a response from Eminem with the song Killshot. Even though the beef is quite important in this timeline I wont review or talk about it since it does deserve a completely separate post, of which we already had plenty of. One funny thing about this is that both this track and the response track was produced by Ronny J. Kamikaze Track nine, is Kamikaze. The song is pretty much the one that focuses on Revivals negative reception the most. Revival is sort of compared to Fack, a infamous song of off Eminem's Curtain Call:Greatest Hits album which is considered one of if not THE worst song he has ever released. Eminem is stating that he will crash into the industry like a Kamikaze killing himself and everyone with him, because he is tired of everyone who don’t write their raps acting like they do. Em also addresses the commonly discussed theme on why he is the most selling rapper ever:
But if the only reason I blowed is 'cause I'm white though
Why don't every other white rapper sell what I sold?
Kamikaze pilot, I wrote my suicide note
Here come the guys in white coats tryin' to stop me
'Fore I jump behind the controls and try to fly into foes
'Cause I'm takin' y'all with me when I go cyclone
I don't think this typhoon's lettin' up any time soon, here I go
Second part of the song is also quite interesting and reminds me of Bad Guy outro. The verse was mistaken for a Drake diss, which was cleared up by Paul himself after it aired to the public, that this is not a Drake diss.
You got some views, but you're still below me
Mine are higher, so when you compare our views, you get overlooked
And I don't say the hook unless I wrote the hook
And now I'm just freestylin' in the vocal booth
And you know I've always spoke the truth
Track number is regarded as by far the best track on the album with The Ringer being a close contender, which also gained a lot of negative media reception for it’s lyrical content. Produced by Mike Will MadeIt, featuring Justin Vernon of Bon Iver vocals. Justin’s vocals is one of the reason why this song sounds so great, sadly Justin was not happy with the homophobic slurs used in the song, he wanted to be off of it. Lucky for use he still remains on the song, and we even got a cool video out of it, which features Slim Shady being reabsorbed by Eminem, after he is tired of running. The song itself is a giant FUCK YOU to the critics and haters, especially Joe Budden, whom called Untouchable from Revival trash and the worst song he has ever heard. This sparked a lot of conversations between the media, on how Joe is un-loyal to Eminem, and then we got a bit more drama coming out of it, on why Slaughterhouse failed and so on. However, the main reason why this song was discussed wasn’t Joe, it was Tyler.
Maybe I just don't know when to turn around and walk away
But all the hate, I call it "Walk on Water" gate
I've had as much as I can tolerate
I'm sick and tired of waitin', I done lost my patience
I can take all of you motherfuckers on at once
You wanted Shady? You got him!
Em accepts the fact that he can’t give up on the rap game and retire, no matter how much hate he receives, and that hate actually fuels him and he lost any patience and control over himself, that’s why he calls out everyone, like the old Slim Shady days.
Somebody tell Budden before I snap, he better fasten it
Or have his body bag get zipped
The closest thing he's had to hits is smackin' bitches (Pump it up!)
And don't make me have to give it back to Akademiks
Say this shit is trash again, I'll have you twisted
Like you had it when you thought you had me slippin' at the telly
Even when I'm gettin' brain, you'll never catch me with a thot
These lines confirm that Em was indeed referring to Budden on Chloraseptic Remix. Also notice that Budden is a homophone of “button”, which continues into the clothing related wordplay with “Snap”, “fasten” and “zip."
My attack is vicious, Jack the Ripper, back in business
Tyler create nothin', I see why you called yourself a [faggot], bitch
It's not just 'cause you lack attention
It's because you worship D12's balls, you're sack-religious
If you're gonna critique me
You better at least be as good or better
Get Earl the Hooded Sweater
Whatever his name is to help you put together
Some words, more than just two letters
The fans waited for this moment like that feature
When I stole the show (ha), sorry if I took forever
The following bars were very discussed among people especially on this sub. There are a few reasons why Eminem decided to diss Tyler The Creator. In the beginning Tyler addressed Eminem as being an inspiration to him, how much he loved Relapse and the song Wide Awake. Eminem later on took Tyler and Earl on a tour together, where they hanged out and everything was fine. In 2013 Eminem shouts Tyler out on the song Wicked Ways “I’m a combination of Skylar Grey, Tyler the Creator, and Violent J” Upon the release of Revival, Tyler tweeted that Walk on Water is complete trash, and that he hates Revival. Therefore backstabbing the guy who took him under his wing in the early days. On the Kamikaze interview Eminem apologised for the line and said that it is something he kept coming back to, and he felt that he went too far, and that he insulted not only Tyler, but the whole community.
Nice Guy
Eleventh track of the album is the return to pop-rap, however this time it sounds a lot better from what we had on Revival. The song features an up and coming R&B Artist Jessie Reyez, who laid the vocals to the hook and two verses. The story of the song is another song about relationship and how Eminem gets caught in them, being the nice guy he is and always suffering from the loved one.
Good Guy
Twelfth track is a continuation of the track Nice Guy, featuring the same artist. This track is about how confusing relationships can be turned into good ones. These two tracks are the weakest point of the project and I feel like they are completely unnecesarry and I have no idea why they were included in an album like this. The Track Normal and later discussed track Venom belong on it a lot more than these two. Regardless of that it’s a glimpse of what could happen when a contemproray R&B artist teams up with Eminem, and the song would probably fit more on Revival or even MMLP2, with the song Bad Guy.
Regardless the fact that Kamikaze is a step in the right direction, Eminem still falls short of achieving anything remotely close to his best works like SSLP, MMLP and TES. It is stated in his songs, numerous of times that he is being compared to no one else but his old self, and that is true to an extent. In recent years we have had examples of artist who are long way into their careers drop incredible quality albums. Artists such as Jay Z, Nas, Rick Ross, Lupe Fiasco, several Wu-Tang Clan members and even Em’s best friend, Royce Da 5”9. Eminem fails to understand what the people actually want from, however there is no one concrete answer to this either. He fails to satisfy the new generation of hip-hop fans, or fans who are of a different decent and this is one of the biggest reasons why Em is both one of the most loved and hated rappers in this current age. There aren’t a lot of legends who’s legacy and their best efforts are disregarded because of their latest releases, but Eminem is one of them. In the end, Eminem isn’t really fighting himself. He is fighting the new generation of hiphop, and he is losing the fight by falling to adapt to the new sounds and melodies. His rhyming/flowing/methaphoric skills will forever be regarded top-notch, and as an MC, Eminem will also hold a spot with the best rappers who ever lived. At this point no one is arguing if Eminem can rap, he can do it better than anyone, however the ability to release a consistent and musically great album might be lost, as he is nowhere near as hungry as he was when The Marshall Mathers LP came out in the 2000s, but he still has some fire left inside him.
Thank you for reading my review.
What are your thoughts on the album?
Has your opinion changed after a few months since it’s release?
Is this the Eminem we should expect on his next album?
Do you really think MGK had a good shot at Em?
Is Kamikaze a show off that Eminem can still do good music?
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FINAL FIRST WEEK SALES NUMBERS FOR 2018: 21 Savage's "I am > I was" sells 131K First Week (18K Pure). A Boogie wit da Hoodie's "Hoodie SZN" sells 90K First Week (6K Pure). YoungBoy Never Broke Again's "Realer" sells 43K First Week (3K Pure). Bad Bunny's "X 100PRE" sells 30K First Week (5K Pure).

Rank Artist Album Label Pure Sales Sales + Streaming
1 Drake Scorpion YMCMB/Republic 158K 749K
2 Travis Scott Astroworld Cactus Jack/Grand Hustle/Epic 270K 553K
3 Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Young Money 141K 480K
4 Post Malone beerbongs & bentleys Republic 157K 471K
5 Eminem Kamikaze Shady/Aftermath/Interscope 252K 434K
6 J. Cole KOD Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope 166K 395K
7 Cardi B Invasion of Privacy Atlantic 105K 254K
8 Meek Mill Championships Atlantic 42K 229K
9 Kanye West Ye G.O.O.D./Def Jam 82K 210K
10 Migos Culture II Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 34K 200K
11 Nicki Minaj Queen YMCMB/Republic 83K 190K
12 Twenty One Pilots Trench Fueled by Ramen 134K 170K
13 Logic YSIV Def Jam 122K 167K
14 The Weeknd My Dear Melancholy, XO/Republic 70K 167K
15 Various Artists Black Panther TDE/Aftermath/Interscope 52K 156K
16 Kanye West & Kid Cudi Kids See Ghosts G.O.O.D./Def Jam 79K 140K
17 XXXTENTACION ? Bad Vibes Forever 21K 134K
18 XXXTENTACION Skins Bad Vibes ForeveEmpire 52K 132K
19 21 Savage I am > I was Slaughter Gang/Epic 18K 131K
20 Lil Baby & Gunna Drip Harder Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 9K 130K
21 Jay-Z & Beyonce Everything Is Love Roc Nation/Parkwood/Columbia 70K 124K
22 Logic Bobby Tarantino II Def Jam 30K 117K
23 Brockhampton iridesence Question Everything/RCA 83K 106K
24 Quavo Quavo Huncho Quality Control/Motowon/Capitol 6K 99K
25 Metro Boomin Not All Heroes Wear Capes Boominati/Republic 5K 99K
26 Future & Juice WRLD WRLD On Drugs Freebandz/Epic/Grade A/Interscope 8K 98K
27 Kodak Black Dying to Live Atlantic 4K 94K
28 A Boogie wit da Hoodie Hoodie SZN Highbridge the Label/Atlantic 6K 90K
29 Lil Baby Street Gossip Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 6K 88K
30 Trippie Redd A Love Letter to You 3 TenThousand 11K 84K
31 Lil Peep Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2 Columbia 43K 81K
32 Wiz Khalifa Rolling Papers 2 Atlantic 13K 80K
33 Russ Zoo Columbia 57K 79K
34 Nas Nasir Mass Appeal/Def Jam 49K 79K
35 Kevin Gates Luca Brasi 3 Atlantic 18K 78K
36 Pusha T Daytona G.O.O.D./Def Jam 39K 77K
37 6LACK East Atlanta Love Letter LVRN/Interscope 27K 76K
38 A$AP Rocky TESTING RCA 13K 75K
39 Trippie Redd Life's A Trip TenThousand 15K 71K
40 Lil Baby Harder Than Ever Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 4K 71K
41 6ix9ine Dummy Boy ScumGang/Create 9K 70K
42 Ella Mai Ella Mai 10 Summers/Interscope 17K 64K
43 Lil Yachty Lil Boat 2 Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 7K 64K
44 Gorillaz The Now Now Parlophone 51K 61K
45 Rae Sremmurd SR3MM EarDruma/Interscope 6K 61K
46 Playboi Carti Die Lit AWGE/Interscope 5K 60K
47 Joji Ballads 1 88Rising/12Tone 34K 57K
48 Mac Miller Swimming Warner Bros. 20K 57K
49 YG Stay Dangerous Def Jam 10K 56K
50 Rich The Kid The World Is Yours Rich ForeveInterscope 7K 56K
51 Janelle Monae Dirty Computer Atlantic 43K 55K
52 6ix9ine Day 69 Scum Gang/Ten Thousand 21K 55K
53 Tory Lanez LoVE me NOw? Mad Love/Interscope 5K 54K
54 Future Beast Mode 2 Freebandz/Epic 0 54K
55 Various Artists Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Republic 13K 53K
56 Ski Mask the Slump God Stokeley Republic 5K 52K
57 Tory Lanez Memories Don't Die Mad Love/Interscope 12K 51K
58 Gucci Mane Evil Genius Atlantic 5K 51K
59 Takeoff The Last Rocket Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 4K 50K
60 YoungBoy Never Broke Again Until Death Call My Name Atlantic 7K 49K
61 Nipsey Hussle Victory Lap Atlantic 25K 48K
62 Khalid Suncity Right Hand Music/RCA 9K 48K
63 Kris Wu Antares Interscope 25K 47K
64 $uicideBoy$ I Want to Die In New Orleans G59/Caroline 32K 46K
65 Young Thug & Young Stoner Life Records Slime Language Young Stoner Life/Atlantic 3K 44K
66 YoungBoy Never Broke Again Realer Never Broke Again 3K 43K
67 Anderson .Paak Oxnard Aftermath/12Tone 13K 40K
68 Lil Yachty Nuthin' 2 Prove Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 2K 40K
69 Juice WRLD Goodbye & Good Riddance Interscope N/A 39K
70 YoungBoy Never Broke Again 4Respect 4Freedom 4Loyalty 4WhatImportant Never Broke Again 1K 35K
71 Nav Reckless XO/Republic 4K 34K
72 Jay Rock Redemption TDE/Interscope 9K 31K
73 Young Dolph Role Model Paper Route/Empire 3K 31K
74 Bad Bunny X 100PRE Rimas Entertainment 5K 30K
75 Moneybagg Yo Reset N-Less/Interscope 5K 30K
76 Earl Sweatshirt Some Rap Songs Tan Cressida/Columbia 10K 29K
77 Mike Shinoda Post Traumatic Warner Bros 23K 28K
78 Flatbush Zombies Vacation In Hell Glorious Dead 14K 28K
79 Lil Xan Total Xanarchy Columbia 13K 28K
80 T.I. Dime Trap Grand Hustle/Epic 10K 27K
81 Meek Mill Legends of the Summer Atlantic 5K 27K
82 Tee Grizzley Activated N/A 4K 27K
83 Lil Durk Signed to the Streets 3 Alamo/Interscope 2K 27K
84 Moneybagg Yo Bet On Me N-Less/Interscope 5K 26K
85 Young Thug On the Rvn Atlantic 2K 26K
86 Famous Dex Dex Meets Dexter Rich Foreve300 Entertainment N/A 25K
87 Sheck Wes Mudboy Cactus Jack/G.O.O.D./Interscope 1K 24K
88 Teyana Taylor K.T.S.E. G.O.O.D./Def Jam 7K 23K
89 RM mono. BigHit 18K 22K
90 Tech N9ne Planet Strange Music 16K 22K
91 Machine Gun Kelly Binge Bad Boy/Interscope 9K 22K
92 John Legend A Legendary Christmas Columbia 20K 21K
93 G Herbo & Southside Swervo Epic 3K 21K
94 Lil Mosey Northsbest Mogul Vision/Interscope 1K 21K
95 TobyMac The Elements Forefront 17K 20K
96 Royce Da 5'9" Book of Ryan Eone 10K 19K
97 Queen Naija Queen Naija Capitol 6K 19K
98 Rich Brian Amen 88Rising/Empire 4K 19K
99 Tee Grizzley Still My Moment Atlantic 1K 18K
100 Denzel Curry Ta13oo Concord/Loma Vista 4K 17K
101 Kali Uchis Isolation Virgin 4K 17K
102 YoungBoy Never Broke Again & Kevin Gates 4 Respect EP Never Broke Again 2K 17K
103 KYLE Light of Mine Atlantic 2K 17K
104 H.E.R. I Used to Know Her RCA 5K 17K
105 Lil Skies Life of a Dark Rose Atlantic 5K 16K
106 Vince Staples FM! Def Jam 4K 16K
107 Usher & Zaytoven A Brand UsheRCA 4K 15K
108 21 Savage, Future & Lil Wayne Superfly Soundtrack Epic 3K 15K
109 JID DiCaprio 2 Dreamville 3K 15K
110 Mike WiLL Made-It Creed II: The Album Interscope 1K 15K
111 The Internet Hive Mind Columbia 9K 14K
112 Ice Cube Everythangs Corrupt Lench Mob/Interscope 8K 14K
113 Moneybagg Yo 2 Heartless N-Less/Interscope 5K 14K
114 Rich Homie Quan Rich As In Spirit N/A 3K 14K
115 YoungBoy Never Broke Again Decided Never Broke Again/Atlantic 1K 14K
116 Ne-Yo Good Man Motown/Capitol 7K 13K
117 Jorja Smith Lost & Found Famm 5K 13K
118 Dave East Karma 2 The Dispensary 2K 12K
119 Blac Youngsta 223 Epic N/A 12K
120 PRhyme PRhyme 2 N/A 9K 11K
121 Dave East P2 Def Jam N/A 11K
122 2 Chainz The Play Don't Care Who Makes It Def Jam N/A 11K
123 BlocBoy JB Simi Bloc Nation N/A 11K
124 Ski Mask the Slump God Beware the Book of Eli Republic N/A 11K
Q: Source?
A: http://hitsdailydouble.com/sales_plus_streaming
Q: How is this list sorted?
A: It's sorted by sales + streaming
Q: What are pure sales?
A: Pure sales are purchases of the album (itunes, amazon, physicals, etc)
Q: Where is X album?
A: Only albums with 10K in sales + streaming are listed
Q: Why are Famous Dex, Blac Youngsta, Dave East, BlocBoy JB, Ski Mask, Juice WRLD, and 2 Chainz' pure sales "N/A"
A: Those artist's pure sales were outside of the top 50 for their release weeks, meaning the exact number was unknown. Dave East, Ski Mask, and 2 Chainz sold fewer than 3K pure copies, Blac Youngsta, BlocBoy JB, Juice WRLD, and Famous Dex sold fewer than 2K pure copies.
Q: Aren't those sales kind of low for 6ix9ine, JID, and Bad Bunny?
A: 6ix9ine's "Dummy Boy" released on a Tuesday, thus losing out on 4 days of sales. JID's "DiCaprio 2" released on a Monday, thus losing out on 3 days of sales. Bad Bunny's X 100PRE released on a Sunday, thus losing out on a day of sales.
Q: Where can I find last year's list?
A: 2017 list, 2016 list, 2015 list
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