Ever since the fake drug add came to the fore, fans have been combing through the scrap to uncover any crucial details of the upcoming Eminem album as the speculations simmer to a feverish pitch. As Walk on Water rises to no 1 on trending, people couldn’t help but notice a marked deviation from the trend- the wake of a humble conscience in our Slim Shady, but wait! Has he ditched the blond? Eminem reveals in his interview :
Quite unlike his earlier lyrical attempts – “That I’ll still be able to break a motherfuckin’ table, Over the back of a couple of faggots and crack it in half”, Eminem’s recent song has taken a peaceful downturn from its boastful exuberance – “It’s the curse of the standard, that the first of the Mathers disc set. Always in search of the verse that I haven’t spit yet, Will this step just be another misstep, To tarnish, whatever the legacy, love or respect”.
While many continue to revel in his new melody that features Queen B as well, others will have to hold off their “wordplay starvation” as Eminem isn’t ready yet with “punchlines just in case cause even you unsigned”.
Something that popped just as much in the entire ballad was the appearance of Beyonce in the song and the one person to have helped in getting her on the track is supposedly her hubby Jay-z. While Jay and Eminem have never seen eye to eye but apparently that does not stop the two rap juggernauts from humbly accepting undisclosed admiration for each other.
The theme of the ballad also brings an interesting revelation from the Rap God as he mentions that there aren’t many topics that he hasn’t yet touched and any repetition now might disappoint his fans, something that he has also mentioned in the song itself.
As the previous album was packed with dense rhymes and songs like Rap God that shattered records, it will be interesting to see how much shady can manage this time. While this song brings us a softer side of Eminem, his recent Trump invective shows that Slim Shady is far from his end.
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