Nas Feat. EPMD & Eminem – EPMD 2


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Nas and Eminem’s first joint effort on wax has shown up, with EPMD and Hit-Boy balancing “EPMD 2.”

Last night Nas and Hit-Boy rejoined to convey King’s Disease 2, and in view of early initial feelings, the venture is unquestionably befitting of the first’s Grammy-winning heritage. With a lot of lyricism to unload, one of the early features is – maybe obviously – “EPMD 2,” a coordinated effort with EPMD and Eminem.

However Slim and Esco have undoubtedly cooperated on “The Cross,” this one denotes the first occasion when they have really rapped on a similar track. As two of rap’s most regarded lyricists, there was a lot of promotion going into this one; some puzzled over whether “Eminem would kill Nas on his own poop,” while others expected that Eminem’s fast fire stream would demonstrate an interruption. Obviously, the skeptics had nothing to fear, as everybody associated with “EPMD 2” appeared to remain in implicit arrangement.


Subsequent to heating up with a brief to and fro refrain from Erick Sermon and PMD, Nas takes to Hit-Boy’s unwavering instrumental with a reason. Fans will presumably see the value in his inferences to Hip-Hop Is Dead, as Nas takes things round trip by lifting the drape: it really “faked its own demise like Makaveli.” He segues easily into Eminem, who utilizes the chance to honor hip-bounce’s lost ones and GOAT competitors, all while putting on a stream center as he’s wont to do.

Look at “EPMD 2” presently, and make certain to stream King’s Disease 2 here.

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