Eminem mentions 6ix9ine, Meek Mill, Dr. Dre, the Obamas, and more on Cordae’s “Parables” remix.
Eminem fans, rejoice. The legendary Detroit-based rapper came through with a brand new verse on Cordae’s new studio album for the “Parables” remix. Included as a bonus track on Cordae’s new sophomore album, From A Bird’s Eye View, Eminem name-drops some of rap’s most controversial figures in the remix, as well as one of the country’s most famous families, a couple of legendary stoners, and more.
Tackling the third verse in the song, Em’s first celebrity name-drop was for Tekashi 6ix9ine and Meek Mill, who were infamously involved in a physical altercation last year. “Sht’ll make you wanna cop out like a plea deal/So I treat a beat like it’s Tekashi, spit on that btch like Meek Mill,” he rapped, recalling their spitting incident in Miami.
He followed that up with a mention of his favorite producer, the legendary Dr. Dre. “My addiction got me weak-willed/I’m relapsing, I think I can’t seem to stop eating Beat Pills/And Doctor D-R-E he still keeps on giving me refills,” continued the iconic rapper.
Marshall Mathers went on to reference the TikTok videos that younger rap fans used to try and cancel him, saying, “Whipped Gen-Z into a frenzy, but no give, is in me, I’m stingy/And that is the motherf*ckin’ difference between them and me.”
He also mentions the Obamas (“I was painfully shy, now I’m proud of myself/Like Obama’s kids, I came outta my shell”), Cheech & Chong (“This rap sh*t is somethin’ that you’ll never see me at, like senior prom/What I mean’s the bar’s higher than Cheech and Chong”), and Eva Long (“And that’s the reason I’m in my Louis Vuitton/Gorier than Eva Long”).
Listen to the new song below and let us know what you think the most clever lyric is in the comments.