Game Targets Eminem On New Diss Track “The Black Slim Shady”

Fire up the grill and break out the burger buns — the game has started a beef with fellow rapper Eminem, and this roast is on fire.

The Game released their 10th studio album, Drillmatic – Mind Against Heart, on August 12 and one of the tracks is a direct diss track meant to elicit a response from Eminem. The song, titled “The Black Slim Shady”, is the longest song on the impressive 31-track multi-minute album. Specifically, however, “The Black Slim Shady” riffs off many of Eminem’s own songs, including the obvious “The Real Slim Shady.” The Game, born Jayceon Taylor, also mimics and pokes fun at Eminem’s “My Name Is” flow with the line, Hi, I’m the Black Slim Shadyin addition to Eminem’s songs “Stan” and “Lose Yourself” among others.

And to show he’s really done his homework on the “‘Till I Collapse” singer, The Game references Eminem’s belief that he can make almost anything rhyme with the word “orange.” So hush, I’m—, I think, uh, mm, yeah/ Nothing rhymes with orange!the Game raps.

Getting even more personal, the game mentions Eminem’s daughter and ex-wife, Kim Scott, in the ten-minute-and-twenty-five-second song. And, if we know anything about Eminem’s background, bringing his daughter Hailie into the conversation is a surefire way to piss off the rapper.

Hearing the end of the rap, we are even more certain that the game is waiting for a response from Slim Shady. After all, his outro is a taunt for that:

Mr. Shady, don’t be sleazy
Take this pen, don’t be lazy
Call Dre and get that Dre beat
Jump off the stage if the shit gets crazy
Mr. Shady, don’t be sleazy
Take this pen, don’t be lazy
Call Dre and get that Dre beat
Jump off the stage if the shit gets crazy
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