The upcoming single is played during the 'Manny Pacquiao vs. Shane Mosley' episode of Showtime's 'Fight Camp'.
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.