Dr. Dre collaborated with Eminem on one of Eminem’s most controversial songs, Guilty Conscience. In the song, Eminem and Dr. Dre take turns trying to convince different people to do or avoid doing morally wrong things. In the first verse of the song, Eminem tries to convince a man to rob a liquor store and kill the clerk, while Dr. Dre tries to talk the person out of committing the violent crime. The second verse features the pair arguing for and against a man committing a rape, and the final verse has the duo ultimately agreeing that a construction worker who comes home to discover his wife with another man should kill the pair.
Eminem did not indicate what the new tracks will cover or when they might be released. Eminem also recently appeared on Nicki Minaj’s Pink Friday album, in a track entitled Roman’s Revenge. Pink Friday is scheduled for release on Friday, November 22.
If you’re into the rap music scene, collaborations should be part of your plan. Today’s rap artists rarely work alone for an entire album, and combining rap styles often leads to an interesting product. Even if you’re new to rap music or are self-producing your tracks, a software tool like Sonic Producer can help.
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