It contains references to previous conflicts in Eminem's career, as well as to other rappers' conduct. The song received very positive reviews, with critics praising Eminem's lyrical ability and rapping speed, amid some accusations of homophobic lyrics. The song entered the Guinness World Records as the hit single that contains the most words; it has 1, words. A , Eazy-E , Dr. In the verse that begins at ,  Eminem raps words in Uh, summa lumma dooma lumma you assuming I'm a human. What I gotta do to get it through to you I'm superhuman Innovative and I'm made of rubber So that anything you say is ricocheting off of me and it'll glue to you and I'm devastating, more than ever demonstrating How to give a motherfuckin' audience a feeling like it's levitating Never fading, and I know the haters are forever waiting For the day that they can say I fell off, they'll be celebrating 'Cause I know the way to get 'em motivated I make elevating music, you make elevator music
CNN Hip-hop star Eminem has cemented his status as a force to be reckoned with after another of his music videos passed one billion views on YouTube. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. More Videos Eminem's surprise new album draws controversy The official music video for the year-old star's song, " Rap God ," hit the milestone on the video-sharing site more than six years after its release in The six-minute video, which appeared on "The Marshall Mathers LP 2," sees the Detroit native showing off his lyrical prowess while taking shots at rap peers. On Friday, Eminem gave the video its final push over the finish line by sharing a short clip on his Instagram and Twitter pages, along with the caption: "'Everybody loves to root for a nuisance' RapGod countdown to 1 billion. Read More.
It's a provocative question. Immediately, some wondered if Em was taking aim at his Interscope label-mate Kendrick Lamar, who famously made his own aggressive claim of rap game dominance earlier this year on his "Control" verse, but in many ways what Eminem was doing on this track was more complicated than that. Like Kendrick, Eminem named names, but he wasn't going after his contemporaries. Instead of doing what Kendrick did—threatening to lyrically murder all his rap rivals—Eminem was placing himself in a historical lineage, imagining his own rap Mt. Rushmore and placing his own bleached blonde head right in there. He was staging a rap mythology session, remaking his own version of Clash Of The Titans and releasing the krakken. Even though reactions on social media were somewhat mixed , there's no denying it was an event. So, what about the names he did name? Was he paying tribute or throwing shots?