The Game has released his new album Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind, which features 31 songs with guest appearances from Fivio Foreign, Lil Wayne, Pusha T, Chlöe, A$AP Rocky, two songs from Kanye, and many more. However, what is making headlines is his song “Black Slim Shady” which is a 10-minute diss track aimed at Eminem.
In the new song, The Game mimics the Detroit rapper’s flow and takes shots at his career, drug history, alleged cultural appropriation, and more. The Los Angeles native also name drops 50 Cent who has been feuding with for almost two decades, Eminem’s ex-wife Kim, his daughter Hailie Jade, his parents, and more.
The Game has steadily promoted that he was coming for the Detroit rapper and he stayed true to his word. Back in April, he spoke to Fresh Pair and said that he was coming for Eminem because of his personal beef with 50 Cent. The rapper said that since 50 isn’t the best he decided that he wanted to target Eminem. “50 can’t rap, so I’ve gotta go a level up and challenge the better rapper,” the Los Angeles rapper said adding, “Nobody really takes shots at Eminem off this pre-conceived notion that he’s better than everybody. Well I want action, and I want it today.”
Most recently, The Game decided to take a shot at Eminem’s daughter Hailie Jade by commenting on shared photos of the 26-year-old on Facebook.
“The Black Slim Shady” ends with The Game challenging Eminem to drop something in response: “Mr. Shady, don’t be shady/Pick that pen up, don’t be lazy/Call up Dre and get that Dre beat.”
Eminem has not publicly responded to The Game.
Take a look at how fans are responding to “The Black Slim Shady” and listen to the track below: