Eminem has recently sat down with Sway on Shade 45 to promote his Super Bowl Halftime show where he talked about relationship with Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, his favorite Super Bowl performances, his plans in future while rocking Redman’s “Doc’s da Name 2000” album cover t-shirt.
On Super Bowl performance
It’s good. I think it’s good for the culture. I don’t want to give anything away but when Dre first asked, when whole thing started going down like ‘okay this might be actually serious,’ I was trying to vision what Dre might do. I did not expect the production to be like this. I was blown away the first time I seen it. Once you see it, it’s just different.
On Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick is very top top tier lyricist. Not only for this generation but all time.
Beyoncé f**king destroyed the Super Bowl Halftime show.
On Snoop Dogg
Snoop is in every other commercial. You just can’t escape him. It’s great that he made himself to be this relevant to this day. It’s incredible. That’s crazy. Me and Snoop are good. We talked months ago about whole thing. We just set down and realized nobody wants a beef within their own camp. Snoop is Snoop man. I will say this about him too, he literally could be a stand up comedian. He’s still f**king funny. That thing he did with Animal Planet…Bro he’s like that constantly, when you are around him. It’s constant and never stops.
On Dr. Dre
My relationship with Dre is absolutely the same. I have not seen Dre for two years, I talk to him all the time but it’s like we could just pick up where we left off if we don’t see each other. It never stops. Our method is pretty much the same as it always been when we are in the studio together.
On his new album
I’m always working. I’m always working on something. And when I’m done working on it, we usually put it out. (If we told you it would not be too much of a surprise – Paul Rosenberg added)
Watch the interview below: