Rapper The Game Compton’s new album Drillmatic dumped last night, Game, who has a longstanding feud with rap sensation Eminem, decided to continue his rage against him with a new single titled “The Black Slim Shady.”
The 10-minute track, leaked ahead of the album’s release, sees Game continue his one-sided battle with Slim Shady while mimicking his flow from “Stan.” He tells the story of kidnapping Stan’s brother and taking him on an Uber ride through Eminem’s hometown of Detroit.
Under the beat of Hit-Boy, he repeatedly throws Eminem and those close to him, including 50 Cent and Dr. Dre.
“I was in a 5’9″ Rolls-Royce when you pretended to be a white Royce Da 5’9″,” he replies. “And the biggest rapper in Detroit, that award is Sean Don.”
He also questions Em’s cultural relevance, saying he’d rather listen to 6ix9ine. “I never heard you in the club / I never heard you in the bar / Eleven albums and 10 never played in my car / I’d rather listen to Snitch 9 69 times and participate in 69 with 69 nuns than listen to you / You Karen , call the police.”
“Like this, 23 years still haven’t penetrated the culture / You ain’t top five in my eyes, Big or Pac / Neither Andre nor Nas, stop telling white lies.”
Later, he challenges Eminem to a fight (“Please stand up, shoot the fade with me / I’d like to get those hands up”) and even brings Eminem’s daughter into the fray (“Dear Slim, Hailey’s with me and she’s safe, ’cause now”).
He later pretends to hold Dr. Dre hostage (“I’m telling Dr. Dre, he’s got nothing to say”) and revisits Em’s relationship with Mariah Carey (“The girl on the show didn’t choose me, Mariah didn’t choose you”).
Eminem didn’t address Game, but that didn’t stop Game’s anger. “Little Marshall Mathers, mad because nobody thinks little Marshall matters,” he said. “Your fans want a rap god, well, shit, / I’ll give them one / I came to put Slim in a box, but he’s already living in one.”
“The Black Slim Shady” is one of the 30 tracks Drillmatic – heart against mindalso featuring Kanye West, Big Sean, Lil Wayne, Nipsey Hustle, Chris Brown