The track features the Detroit MC making random references to several things, from rappers' feud to sex scandal between a former U.S. president and a White House intern.
Eminem has dropped a new single off his upcoming album, "MMLP2". Entitled "Rap God", the six-minute track features Eminem making references to several things, including Fabolous' feud with Ray J as well as the scandal of former president Bill Clinton and former White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
In the track, Eminem also lays verses about him inducting Run DMC into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame back in 2010. The Detroit MC then pays tribute to some big names in rap who have inspired him. He calls himself "a product" of rappers Rakim, Tupac Shakur, Lakim Shabazz and the members of Compton-based hip-hop group N.W.A.
The tune closes with Eminem asking, "Be a king? Think not - why be a king when you can be a God?"
"Rap God" is the second single lifted from Eminem's eagerly-awaited new album. The track follows up lead single, "Berzerk", which has peaked at No. 3 on Billboard 100.
Eminem is gearing up to release his "MMLP2" album. Featuring guest appearances from Rihanna, Skylar Grey, Kendrick Lamar and fun.'s Nate Ruess, the second installment of 2000's "The Marshall Mathers LP" is set to arrive on November 5.