Eminem has fired again at Machine Gun Kelly with a brand new diss monitor referred to as “KILLSHOT.” Listen beneath. The tune is a response to Kelly’s “Rap Devil,” which was the Cleveland rapper’s reply to the Kamikaze takedown “Not Alike.” On “KILLSHOT,” Em raps traces together with, “I’m 45 and I’m still outselling you,” and “I’d rather be 80-year-old me than 20-year-old you.” He additionally responds on to quite a few “Rap Devil” barbs. For instance, MGK raps, “Last time you noticed 8 Mile was at dwelling on a treadmill.” In response, Em, says, “I’m actually sorry you need me to have a coronary heart assault/Was watchin’ 8 Mile on my NordicTrack/Realized I forgot to name you again.”
On “Not Alike,” Eminem addressed MGK’s 2012 tweet about Em’s daughter Hailie. In the previous, MGK claimed that Eminem has banned him from Sirius XM’s Shade 45 channel in response to the tweet. The week after Kamikaze’s launch, MGK dropped “Rap Devil,” a spin on Eminem’s 2013 monitor “Rap God.” On the tune, he took pictures at Eminem’s sobriety, age, and profession.
Kamikaze additionally options “Fall,” a collaboration with Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon. Vernon has since distanced himself from the monitor, saying he was “not a fan of the message” behind the monitor, presumably a reference to the homophobic slur directed at Tyler, the Creator. “I was wrong and we are gonna kill this track,” Vernon stated. Em has since stated he went “too far” with the Tyler diss. He additionally just lately shared the “Fall” video. He additionally