Eminem: Best Collaborations Since His Musical Debut In The Year 1996

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Eminem has been seen collaborating with artists like The Notorious Biggie, Dr Dre, Birdman, and Jay-Z. Read more about some best collabs by Marshall Mathers. 

Written By Sahil Mirani | Mumbai | Updated On:
Eminem

Eminem is an American rapper who is also known as the "King Of Hip-Hop" by fans. The Grammy winner has been giving some chartbusters since his first album in 1996 and has been working with some of the most popular artists in the music game. Eminem has been seen collaborating with artists like The Notorious Biggie, Dr Dre, Birdman, and Jay-Z. read more about some best collabs by Marshall Mathers. 

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Eminem's best collabs:

Love The Way You Lie 

This single has been termed by fans as one of the most powerful songs made by the American rapper Eminem. The song features Rihanna and the video if the song features Megan Fox and Dominic Monaghan. The official video on Youtube currently has 1,884,173,101 views since its release on August 5, 2010. The song focuses on Eminem and Rihanna taking on the subject of domestic abuse from the point of view of both abuser and victim. 

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Forever

This single was released by the known rapper who goes by the name Drake. Drake has managed to collab with the most influential and powerful men of the music industry including Lil Wayne, Kanye West, and Eminem. The song currently has 254,353,527 views since its release on November 25, 2009. The group of four of the world’s most celebrated rappers were seen performing this particular song at the Grammys with celebrities like Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift in the audience. 

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No Love (featuring Lil Wayne) (2010)

The song revolves around the story of a boy who becomes a victim of bullying. The song was released in the year 2010 when the artist felt that people were facing huge issues related to domestic violence, bullying, and racism. It was released in 2010’s Recovery album, where the two were spitting a series of aggressive rhymes over a cleverly re-worked sample of Haddaway’s 1993 techno-pop hit What Is Love.

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Walk On Water

This song features Beyonce, who is considered as the queen of Hip-Hop and was added to Em’s Revival album which was released in the year 2017. Beyoncé gives a gospel hook for the song that sees Eminem taking a reflective look at his past. The song was released as a surprise single before the drop of the whole album, which acted as a kickstart to creating anticipation. 

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