EMINEM GNAF, EMINEM Music To Be Murdered By B Side All Disses, EMINEM Destroys The Rap Industry By Dissing Mumble Rap & Critics
He goes after Nick Cannon, Machine Gun Kelly, Lord Jamar, Cardi B, Tee Grizzley & more.
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While Eminem’s surprise new album, Music to Be Murdered By, doesn’t come packed with quite as many diss lines as 2018’s Kamikaze, there’s still plenty of bars directed at Mumble Rap & his competition. Over the course of 20 tracks, Em takes aim at perennial rivals like Machine Gun Kelly, Nick Cannon, Lord Jamar, and Joe Budden. He also saves some bars for fellow Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley as well as Odd Future cohorts Earl Sweatshirt and Tyler, The Creator.
Tracklist to EMINEM's Music to Be Murdered By (2020):
1. Premonition (Intro)
3. You Gon’ Learn
4. Alfred (Interlude)
5. Those Kinda Nights
6. In Too Deep
9. Leaving Heaven
10. Yah Yah
11. Stepdad (Intro)
14. Never Love Again
15. Little Engine
16. Lock It Up
18. No Regrets
19. I Will
20. Alfred (Outro)
1. Alfred (Intro)
2. Black Magic
3. Alfred’s Theme
4. Tone Deaf
5. Book of Rhymes
6. Favorite B*tch
7. Guns Blazing
10. These Demons
11. Key (Skit)
12. She Loves Me
15. Thus Far (Interlude)
To help fans keep track of his shots, we break down each artists he disses below:
Machine Gun Kelly & Nick Cannon:
We first hear him name-check Machine Gun Kelly on the album’s second track, “Unaccommodating.” The two rappers' feud boiled over in 2018 following the release of Kamikaze, and led to an exchange of diss tracks with “RAP D*V*L” (MGK) and “K*llsh*t” (Eminem). Things have quieted down since then, and according to his new lyrics, Em views the beef as finished.
Finally, he uses some wordplay on “No Regrets” to reference beefs with both MGK and Nick Cannon by evoking his “K*llsh*t” diss track. This is the only time on the album that he seems to address Nick Cannon directly.
Soon after, he goes off about how MGK’s comments about Em’s daughter first kicked off their feud.
Although Joe Budden was formerly a member of Eminem’s Shady Records label as part of Slaughterhouse, his transition from a rapper into a media commentator has put him at odds with his ex-boss. After taking shots at Joe on Kamikaze, Em doubles down with “Lock It Up”.
Another long-term beef that spilled into Music to Be Murdered By is Em’s ongoing feud with Lord Jamar. The album’s penultimate track, “I Will,” finds Eminem calling Jamar the weak link in his former group Brand Nubian. Em also addressing Jamar’s claims that he’s a “guest in the house of hip-hop” by saying Jamar is only fit to clean said house:
On his 2019 track, “No Talkin,” Tee Grizzley claimed to “run Detroit” and dismissed Em’s reign in the city. The Shady Records boss finally fired back on “You Gon' Learn,” saying Grizzley lacks skills on the mic.
Tyler, the Creator & Earl Sweatshirt:
Both Tyler and Earl were Em targets on Kamikaze, but “No Regrets” finds Em wondering why he even bothered.