The 'Set It in Fire' rapper takes to his Shade 45 Sirius XM to debut an Eminem-assisted track off his 'Piece Maker 3: The Return of the 50 MCs' album.
Eminem has made an early comeback by appearing on DJ Tony Touch's new song called "Symphony in H". The song, which will be included in Touch's forthcoming album, was debuted on his Shade 45 Sirius XM on Tuesday night, June 18.
The song finds Eminem spitting hateful verse, "Love stinks/ And that explains/ All this anger that's spilling out/ And I ain't chilling out." He continues, "Feel an urge to put you over the line and chop you with a razor blade/ Yo wait, I'm an a**hole/ Devil with a halo/ Hell yeah I'd nail J.Lo... to the railroad."
"Symphony in H" will not be featured on Eminem's album. Instead, it can be found on Touch's "Piece Maker 3: The Return of the 50 MCs", which is scheduled to arrive on July 9.
As for Eminem's highly-anticipated project, producer DJ Alchemist recently shared little details about it, saying, "Clearly going to further territories. I think what you would expect, especially after the last go-round."
"I think he was just getting his feet back on 'Relapse' and then 'Recovery' just came with the smash hits and everything and I think now -he's Eminem. It's just a blessing to even be in that type of circle," he continued.