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Eminem - Rap God (Instrumental with Lyrics) [MMLP2] HD

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Eminem - Rap God (Instrumental) HD [MMLP2]\r
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Rap God is a song by American rapper Eminem. The song premiered via YouTube, on October 14, 2013 and was released in the US on October 15, as the third single from Eminems eighth studio album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (2013). It contains references to previous conflicts in Eminems career, as well as to other rappers conduct. The song received positive reviews, with critics praising Eminems lyrical ability and rapping speed.\r
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The song references a line from the first Marshall Mathers LP, on the song Im Back, where he talks about the Columbine High School massacre, rapping Seven kids from Columbine; Put em all in a line, add an AK-47, a revolver, a nine. The verse was censored when originally released, and is included in Rap God to test public reaction.[2] Eminem references the Lewinsky scandal in order to demonstrate his longevity as a dominant force in the rap industry, thus establishing himself as an immortal god.[3]\r
Additional references include[4] a conflict between Fabolous and Ray J, Heavy D & the Boyz,[5] planking,[6] The Walking Dead,[7] J. J. Fads 1988 song Supersonic, Tupac Shakur, Ahren Almeida, Pharaohe Monch, Rakim, N.W.A, Eazy-E, Dr. Dre, DJ Yella, Ice Cube, MC Ren, Lakim Shabazz[8] and the 2007 Hotstylz song Lookin Boy.[9][10][11]\r
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Uh, sama lamaa duma lamaa you assuming Im a human\r
What I gotta do to get it through to you Im superhuman\r
Innovative and Im made of rubber\r
So that anything you say is ricocheting off of me and itll glue to you\r
Im devastating, more than ever demonstrating\r
How to give a motherfuckin audience a feeling like its levitating\r
Never fading, and I know the haters are forever waiting\r
For the day that they can say I fell off, theyd be celebrating\r
Cause I know the way to get em motivated\r
I make elevating music, you make elevator music.\r
—Eminem, Rap God[13]\r
The songs production was handled by American hip hop producer Bigram Zayas, professionally known as Develop or DVLP; he has produced songs for rappers such as The Diplomats, Rick Ross and most notably Lil Wayne.[14] The song was co-produced with Matthew Filthy Delgiorno. [14] The songs recording session took place at Effigy Studios in Michigan, with brothers Mike and Joe Strange working with Eminem on mixing and engineering the record. Joe Strange also contributed additional keyboarding and programming.[15] On October 14, 2013, DVLP tweeted that the beat was two years old, made in November 2011, and that Eminem recorded the song in 2012.[16]