Eminem Live at Abu Dhabi 2019

For someone who did not release an album and only occasionally performed, this has been a rather busy year, judging by the amount of Eminem’s subtle media presence. He has been a subject of heated discussions about excellence in hip hop culture, he has kept gaining new recognitions from the music recording industry and he landed his voice and his verses to very few chosen ones.

XXL decided to count all the songs Eminem was featured in this year, and this is what they came up with:

Boogie – Rainy Days ft. Eminem

Boogie is a recent addition to Shady Records portfolio, and Eminem’s appearance demonstrates that Marshall believes in his abilities and does not mind sharing his creative process with the young rapper.

Conway the Machine x Eminem – BANG

One more Eminem’s collaboration with a Shady Records artist. Conway the Machine already had a reputation of an inventive and powerful rapper as part of the Griselda family, and this hardcore banger confirms this reputation. But a sudden flow switch delivered by Eminem takes this boast to a whole new level.

Ed Sheeran – Remember The Name (feat. Eminem & 50 Cent)

The second collaboration from the English boy with a guitar who decided to rap and a rap god himself. However, this track stormed the charts of both worlds with a little help of 50 Cent.

Logic – Homicide ft. Eminem

So far, the most successful collaboration this year with promising GRAMMY prospects.

Joyner Lucas feat. Eminem – What If I Was Gay?

Despite this track being an unofficial leak, XXL included it in its piece, Rolling Stone already wrote an analysis (which is difficult to agree with), Wendy Williams covered it in her programme etc. etc. The most controversial Eminem’s appearance this year is in fact the most genuine and heart wrenching. Listen to it whenever you can find it. Or wait till the official release that might be decorated with Skylar Grey’s vocals.

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