Eminem Wants Donald Trump To Respond To His BET Freestyle
During an interview with Shade 45's Lord Sear and DJ Whoo Kid, the Shadow also speaks about why he chose to Beyoncé to "Walk On Water" and his reflections on the current state of Hip Hop.
New York, NY – Although Eminem's highly anticipated album, the Renaissance, not drop on the 17th of November as his fans were waiting for, Slim Shady made a stop by the Shade 45 studios on Friday (November 17) to cut it up with DJ Whoo Kid and Lord Sear.
During the conversation, which also included producers Alchemist, manager Paul Rosenberg and fellow D12 rapper Mr. Porter, Em discussed everything from the current state of Hip Hop to work with Beyoncé in "Walk On the Water," Renaissance, " the first single.
When Em the BET Hip Hop Awards appearance was raised, expressed similar sentiments about Donald Trump that he made in the brutal freestyle pronounced in a video during the show, but it also seemed really disappointed that the POTUS has not retaliated yet.
"I was and am still very angry," Em says. "I can't stand that mother fucker. I feel like he's not paying attention to me. I was expecting him to say something and for some reason, he didn't say anything."
The rap Detroit giant also talked about what made Beyoncé the ideal choice for "Walking On the Water." His megastar status in the music industry was something that Em took in consideration.
"First of all, Beyoncé is incredible," he says. "And, on my wish list for a long time, but never really had a song that I felt like it would be the right to present to her. So, I had a bit of waitin', and then me and Paul threw him the idea after I ended up, you know. And from what it was, I felt like she probably could relate to this, too.
"Just because Beyoncé always ... everything she does is so perfect," he continues. "But, the pressures behind all of this...for her, is so perfect, you know, I felt like she probably could relate to that. 'Cause that is what I said, I said: 'I have never seen an error before the story". As, in terms of performance, everything. Every song you put out, every album, is so calculated and precise. And everything is always so perfect."