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Everyone hop off Eminem and give YG and Nipsey Hussle credit for #FDT

After Eminem ripped Fuckboy Trump a new one many forgot who really started the Fuck Donald Trump, #FDT, movement. 

The homie YG.

He came out with the “FDT” featuring Nipsey Hussle before Trumpito even won the election.

From the beginning, YG didn’t take Trump’s racist and disgusting attitude as a joke. YG knew this man was a sick and twisted individual.

The song was controversial and politically charged. Do you remember when the FBI tried to censor NWA for their song “Fuck Tha Police”? Well, the same thing happened to YG, but this time it was the Secret Service repeating history.

The most savage news source TMZ caught up with the LA rapper at an airport and he claimed the secret service was on his ass regarding the lyrics of the song. YG said,

“Secret Service hollered at the label. They asked if they could see the lyrics on my album to see if I’m talking about it on my album. ‘Cause I’m talking about it on my album, they gon’ try to take it off the shelf.”

Yeah FOH! Everyone has freedom of speech.

Peep the Anti Trump Anthem. #FDT

This is real AF! “FDT” isn’t a joke. It addresses the disconnection Trump has with “real” people. Peep this excerpt from YG’s first verse.

Black students, ejected from your rally, what?
I’m ready to go right now, your racist ass did too much
I’m ’bout to turn Black Panther
Don’t let Donald Trump win, that nigga cancer
He too rich, he ain’t got the answers
He can’t make decisions for this country, he gon’ crash us
No, we can’t be a slave for him
He got me appreciatin’ Obama way more
Hey Donald, and everyone that follows
You gave us your reason to be President, but we hate yours

Actually, back when YG and Nipsey Hussle were shooting the video the police tried to stop the whole shoot. LAPD pulled up on the shoot armed with tasers, pistols, and shotguns.

Issa not a vibe to threaten anyone’s constitutional rights

Hands up for expressing yourself?

It shouldn’t have to be that way. Eminem’s bars were fire and he might be the only person that will be able to get the message that Trump is an asshole across to Trump’s supporters.

But just because he discussed the matter of Trump’s bigotry doesn’t mean that he’s been connected to the issue. He’s honestly riding a bandwagon that has been popping from before the Cheeto Jesus was elected.

YG is truly doing it for the streets. Peep what he said in an interview with the LA Times,

“The situation is [screwed] up, but I feel good for speaking up. We spoke up because no one else was speaking up. That’s what rap is made for. Too many rappers keep saying [stuff] with no substance. I told Nip that if we do this together, we gotta speak on Trump and go right to the streets.”

YG continued,

“We’re playing for keeps, for survival. We’ve got to play chess, we can’t be playing checkers. We have to motivate [people]. But we’ve also got to make our own moves and fight out there to keep our heads above water. What else can we do?”

Thank you YG for staying true and starting the Fuck Donald Trump movement. You are truly a prophet.

Eminem is done recording his next studio album. Will it be his ‘4:44’?

Rumors of a new Eminem album have been circulating around the web since early July when, in an interview with Uproxx, the Defiant Ones director Allen Hughes let it slip while responding to a question about Dr. Dre’s recent business moves. Hughes said,

“Dre still records. People don’t know this: Dre records every day. Literally, he’s in there recording songs every day. He’s like Picasso in that way. He’s always painting. Right now he’s producing, in the 11th hour, a track for Eminem’s latest album. So Dre’s still real active in music, you know?”

Then 2 Chainz added to the speculation when pictures of Daniel Son Necklace Don and Em surfaced along with his interview on DJ Drama’s Shade 45 program, ‘Streetz Iz Watchin.’ 

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2 Chainz was speaking on recording with Em when he revealed that the verses were for his new album after a phone call was made by D-12 member, Denaun Porter.

Now a third piece of evidence has risen, this time from long-time producer Mr. Porter via a live stream.

Answering a bevy of questions about Eminem’s forthcoming record, to one in particular, Porter declared the album “done” and also described it as “amazeballs.”

“Am I working on Eminem’s new album? No, we are done. How about that?” Porter said.

If this is indeed true, this will be Em’s first full-length project since his 2013 effort, Marshall Mathers. 

Seeing how popular surprise albums are, there may be no real date etched out for us.

But with the success of 4:44, I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t interested to see what this veteran has in the tank.

We’ll have to be on watch ’till then.

Eminem says Jim Carey basically wrote his album ‘The Eminem Show’

Back in 2002, Eminem released his third studio album, The Eminem Show. While that’s making me feel really old, I remember being 10 years old like it was yesterday. My memory hasn’t gone to shit yet.

What do I remember the most? Sneaking around to get the album because I definitely was not of age, to hear the profound lyrics. Do you know what I had to do to even get my hands on that album? I had to sneak into my dad’s room and hit the special agent dip, tuck, and roll, all while this man was sleeping.

I can hear my parents yelling at me now after they popped open my Discman, realizing the damage had already been done, and taking it away from me for three years. Thank God, I had the homies burn an extra disc for me.

The Eminem Show really brings back a lot of childhood memories and when I saw that Eminem was doing a 15th-anniversary project on the album it really got my hype. Just watching snippets of him and Dre in the studio, Em performing “Cleanin’ Out My Closet,” rekindled some of those memories of when I first started listening to rap music.

Four days ago legendary rapper, Eminem dropped a teaser on da Gram

I mean who could forget the Grammy Award winning album that has sold 11,600,000 copies in the United States and over 30 million copies worldwide? Not to mention hosting writers like Steven Tyler, producers like Dr. Dre, and a feature from Nate Dogg.

What about the inspiration behind The Eminem Show? In the credits for the anniversary album, he posted on the Gram, he explained that Jim Carey’s 1998 film, The Truman Show, was the driving force behind the album’s creation.

Let me find out that Jim is the ill ghostwriter

During this time, Eminem had an ill dedication to his craft, paired with a do or die mentality. He promised in “Till I Collapse” that if his lyricism ever declined that he’d rather put the pen down than rap whack bars.

Slim Shady even goes on to state that he’s the one who took Tupac’s audience after he died saying that the only difference between him and the late emcee is the swap of skin color.

Yo chill these bars from “Till I Collapse,” though.

Till I collapse I’m spillin’ these raps long as you feel ’em
Till the day that I drop you’ll never say that I’m not killin’ ’em
‘Cause when I am not, then I’ma stop pennin’ ’em
And I am not hip hop and I’m just not Eminem
Subliminal thoughts, when I’ma stop sendin’ ’em?
Women are caught in webs, spin ’em and hock venom
Adrenaline shots of penicillin could not get the illin’ to stop
Amoxicillin’s just not real enough
The criminal, cop killin’, hip-hop villain
A minimal swap to cop millions of Pac listeners

Last night he released the 15th-anniversary cassette album with a series of bundles featuring merchandise like an autographed poster and the fire Eminem Show t-shirt. Yes, you read that right I said cassette.

Peep The Eminem Show merch he posted on Twitter this morning

Peep Em in break of the millennium though.

If you are looking to cop the 15th-anniversary of The Eminem Show click here homie.