Dr. Dre and Eminem's brand new duet track called "Die Hard" has been released for fans' listening pleasure on Showtime's "Fight Camp 360" over the weekend. The Hip-Hop track was played as a background music while footage of boxers Manny Pacquiao and Shane Mosley was adorning the screen.
"It's on, blood pressure racing, I calculate my next step, which is to accept my expectations/ Are sort of too high to meet, my reputation's in jep, yep, face it, the fans, they been upset yet patient/ I love them for that," powerhouse producer Dre throws some adrenaline-fueled verses.
The Slim Shady then follows up his mentor's lines by half-singing and half-rapping on the chorus. "I sit into the wee hours of the night, then we don't stop until the sunlight/ We just keep going 'cause the die-hard won't go down without a fight," he chimes in.
"Die Hard" is recorded for Dr. Dre's long-delayed studio album "Detox" which is due later this year.