Estimates point that 6IX9INE’s ‘GOOBA’ – his first music video since released from prison in April – generated aprox. 43 million within the first 24 hours and that makes it a record-breaker.
It became the biggest first day debut for a hip-hop video on the platform. The previous record was held by Eminem’s ‘Killshot’ (released in 2018) – a diss song to Machine Gun Kelly, with 38.1 million views during the same time frame (to be honest, ‘Killshot’ was an audio while ‘Gooba’ is a video).
It’s at above 317 million by now and here it is:
His next project is a new collaboration with Nicki Minaj, named ‘Trollz’ and scheduled to arrive this Friday. Here’s the artwork, taken from his Twitter account.
Curious for more? While you’re here, why not check out their previous collab?
Yep, that’s rigt, this is an Eminem beat.
While many know of Eminem as a great lyricist and perfomer, and one of the best (PERIOD), he has produced some great songs throught the years. His own ‘Soldier’, ‘Superman’, ‘Without Me’, ‘Till I Collapse’ (from ‘The Eminem Show’- album), Oscar- winner ‘Lose Yourself’, ‘Mockingbird’ (from ‘Encore’), ‘The Way I Am’ and ‘Stan’ (‘The Marshall Mathers LP’) are his own productions.
He served as a co-producer on his and Dr. Dre’s joint ‘Guilty Conscience’ (‘The Slim Shady LP’) and for the collab with Jay-Z on ‘Renegade’ and with 50 Cent on ‘Patiently Waiting’ from 50’s ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’. Other works include co-/producing for D12, Yelawolf, Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil etc.
Wikipedia has a full list of Eminem produced beats. HotNewHipHop.com published a list over what they think are his Top 25 Best Beats , in January.
‘Skip This Ad’ is the newest single from Family Bvsiness – a new hip hop group with KXNG Crooked (aka Crooked I), Julius, Demetrius, Kenny and Dice.
It’s not just the beat that’s fire, they are all spittin’ 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Here’s the song with lyrics
‘LA Originals’ explores the culture and landmarks of the chicano and street art movement that cemented Mister Cartoon and Estevan Oriol’s status as behind-the-scenes hip hop legends.
Both Eminem and Snoop Dogg are among the cast. Everything about the gritty art turned into graffitti, lowriders and tattoos impacting street culture, hip hop and beyond.
It’s available for streaming on Netflix as of today.
And here you go, a cool trailer 🙂
This track is from the artist’s debut album It’s a Tensta Thing – released 2007.
Nut Up was recorded for the never-released album Relapse 2.
The story of how it finally surfaced online is that a group of Em fans bought it on the “black market”.
Anyways here it is and let us enjoy it! It may be taken down any moment, just felt warning you.
The single from what is announced to be this great artist’s final album – Born to Rap. According to Rap-Up, “he has recorded over 90 songs and is eyeing a summer release for Born to Rap, which follows 2016’s 1992”.
This was back in June and we have yet to see the album.
Video reminds me of Tupac’s and Dr Dre’s California Love and that’s cool. Enjoy it!
“I had a dream I could buy my way to heaven
When I awoke, I spent that on a necklace”
Based on the true story of the Wu-Tang Clan and set in early ’90s New York at the height of the crack cocaine epidemic.
Wu-Tang: An American Saga premieres September 4 on Hulu.
This was THE BOMB back in the days. One of THE BEST EVER. Beat is sick. Enjoy!
Conway‘s debut album under Shady Records is expected to drop soon.
In this song Eminem name-drops 2Pac, Iggy and Ja Rule, among others. Enjoy!