Slim Shady Eminem returns to raptastic form on 'Symphony in H' - a short but angry snippet on old school DJ Tony Touch's new album The Piecemaker 3: Return of the 50 MC's.
In his distinctive style, Eminem (AKA Marshall Mathers) explodes into the 1min30sec song sneak preview, spitting out a stream of the witty and incisive as well as the bizarre and BUUURN lyrics.
In true Shady style he mixes his free associative verse with classic disses on his fellow celebs and complaints about "hoes."
"Hell yeah I nailed J. Lo - to the railroad," he rhymes one minute then, "Don't ask me wassup with the hoes, I'm still working the kinks out/ Love stinks, that explains all this anger that's spilling out, and I ain't chilling out/ Got an Oscar, but I'm still a grouch/ I use as a door stop and a prop for the broken leg for the couch," the next, showing the 100 million + selling performer hasn't let his extreme fame and wealth change his ways.
Puerto Rican artist Tony Touch described his new Piecemaker record, which will also feature the Wu-Tang Clan, as "Nothing soft, no singy-songy, just straight to the gut hip-hop", and is also due for release on 25th June this year.
Listen To New Eminem's ' Symphony in H' Track Now:
The song premiered on Touch's Shade 45 show but a snippet can now be streamed on Shady Records' SoundCloud page.
Billboard describes the 90 second excerpt as "full of venom, vigour and some violent imagery," which bodes well for Slim's upcoming album which his long-term collaborator, DJ Alchemist hinted was signalling that the Detroit rapstar was "getting back on his feet" after having released his last solo work three years ago.
No word on when or what, but Eminem's upcoming eighth studio album is due for release sometime in summer this year (2013) and will be produced by label Def Jam's No ID.
Tony Touch's Piecemaker 3: Return of the 50 MC's will be out soon.
Eminem Performing Live [L] And Old School MC, Tony Touch [R] Featured Eminem On His New Album.
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