Eminem released the deluxe version of Music to Be Murdered By on Friday. The recent release included 16 new songs from the Detroit rapper, but one of the tracks finds Em making an apology, warning rappers of the day their fans turn on them and commenting on police brutality while taking a shot at a west coast legend in the process.
On "Zeus," Eminem starts off the track by dissing Tekashi 6ix9ine and Machine Gun Kelly.
"She says I am trash, but she listens to Tekashi (Damn) / B****, you lost me (Yeah) / Fair weather, wishy-washy / She thinks Machine washed me (What?) / Swear to God, man, her favorite rapper wish he'd crossed me (Yeah)," Eminem started before apologizing to Rihanna for siding with Chris Brown on a leaked song.
"But, me, long as I re-promise to be honest / And wholeheartedly, apologies, Rihanna / For that song that leaked, I'm sorry, Ri / It wasn't meant to cause you grief / Regardless, it was wrong of me," he rapped at the end of the first verse.
However, the most attention-grabbing part of the track came at the end of the final verse where Eminem responded to Snoop Dogg leaving him out of his top ten.
And, as far as squashin' beef, I'm used to people knockin' me / But, just not in my camp / I'm diplomatic 'cause I'm tryna be / Last thing I need is Snoop doggin' me / Man, dog, you was like a (Yeah) damn god to me / Man, not really (Haha) / I had "dog" backwards," Eminem rapped.
In July, Snoop Dogg referred to Em as "The Great White Hope" and credited Dr. Dre with most of the rapper's success during an interview with The Breakfast Club.
"Eminem—The Great White Hope," Snoop said. "White rappers had zero respect in rap. Let's keep that [one thousand]. None. [Dr. Dre] has probably put Eminem in the position where he could be labeled as one of the top ten rappers ever. I don't think so, but the game feels like he's ‘top ten lyricist’ and all that that comes with it, but that's just because he's with Dr. Dre."
Listen to "Zeus" up top to hear Eminem speak on police brutality and warn Drake, Future, and Migos about fans turning on them.