Eminem - “Godzilla” feat. Juice WRLD Sold 6.3 Million Units Globally

The glossy magazine makes more relevant choices than Complex with his end-of-the-year lists and includes Eminem and Royce da 5’9”.

The list understandably focuses more on, as the author put it, “female-empowering anthems” and still it includes serious hip hop material from Detroit rappers.

Eminem made to the list with his Kid Cudi’s feature “The Adventures of Moon Man & Slim Shady” and the recent collaboration with Juice WLD from “Music To Be Murdered By” “Godzilla”.

Girls also mentioned Royce’s number from “The Allegory” “Upside Down” recorded with Griselda’s Benny the Butcher:

“The Adventures of Moon Man & Slim Shady,” by Kid Cudi and Eminem
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It’s no surprise that Kid Cudi and Eminem’s first song together (believe it or not!) slaps. They touch on everything from Kid Cudi’s time in rehab to the pandemic to police brutality. They definitely get real.
Notable lyrics: “Half of us walking around like a zombie apocalypse / Other half are just pissed off and (yeah) / Don’t wanna wear a mask…” and “How the fuck is it that so many cops are dirty?”

“Godzilla,” by Eminem feat. Juice WRLD
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Eminem raps extremely fast in this one—like, 224 words (328 syllables) at 7.46 words per second (10.93 syllables per second) in the final 30 seconds of the third verse… to be exact. *cue your jaw drop*
Notable lyrics: “How can I have all these fans and perspire? / Like a liar’s pants, I’m on fire / And I got no plans to retire and I’m still the man you admire”

“Upside Down,” by Royce da 5’9″ feat. Ashley Sorrell and Benny the Butcher
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In this track from his latest album The Allegory, Royce da 5’9″ hits us with some killer lyricism. With a soft hook from Ashley Sorrell and a verse from Benny the Butcher, it’s pure gold.
Notable lyrics: “Remember, the effort has to go into the art, not the wave”

You can check out the full list on the magazine’s website.