THE GAME Diss Eminem & 50 Cent in His Latest “DRILLMATIC: Heart vs. Mind” Album
The Game is now attempting to lure Slim Shady into replying with a diss track after failing to convince Eminem to participate in a Verzuz duel.
The 10-minute Eminem diss single “The Black Slim Shady” is the song that everyone is talking about on social media from Game’s long-awaited “DRILLMATIC: Heart vs. Mind” album, which has 31 tracks.
Game does sprinkle the song with occasional personal jabs, but the Hit-Boy-produced song largely comes out as slapstick with the West Coast rapper employing ridiculous voices, similar to Eminem’s legendary “Stan” tune.
Topics that are disrespectful include Em’s previous pill-popping habits, the fact that only white Americans play his music, and the fact that Game thinks Big Sean and 6ix9ine are better rappers are all discussed.
A few stray rappers are caught on the track by 50 Cent, who has also been disregarding Game’s Verzuz challenges. This is primarily due to the rapper’s lack of recent rapping productivity.
Em is undoubtedly one of the most well-known musicians of all time, and is actually the second-highest seller behind Garth Brooks, but Game claims that his feud with Em is for the hip-hop culture’s spirit, which just celebrated its 49th birthday yesterday.
Chuck should exercise caution when making wishes, though. To retaliate against Nick Cannon in 2019, Eminem gladly railroaded Fat Joe and Mary J. Blige’s song “Lord Above.”
Slim just has time on his hands to respond.