The Game releases Eminem diss-track “Black Slim Shady” & brings his daughter Hailie into it

The Game’s Drillmatic album drops tonight featuring his much-anticipated Eminem diss track called “Black Slim Shady.” produced by Hit-Boy.

On the 10-minute track, which has surfaced on internet ahead of the album’s release, Game continues his one-sided beef with Detroit legend while imitating his flow and rhyme schemes from “Stan.” He narrates a story about kidnapping Stan’s brother and riding in an Uber with him through Eminem’s hometown of Detroit.

Over the track, the Compton rapper takes repeated shots at Eminem and those close to him including 50 Cent and Dr. Dre.

“I was in the Rolls-Royce with 5’9″s when you was pretending to be the white Royce Da 5’9″ / And the biggest rapper in Detroit, that award is Sean Don.” he raps.

He also questions Slim Shady’s relevance to the culture, saying he would rather listen to Tekashi 6ix9ine. “I never heard you in the club / I never heard you in a bar / Eleven albums and 10 never got played inside my car / I’d rather listen to Snitch 9 like 69 times and participate in 69s with 69 nuns than listen to you / You’re a Karen, call the cops.”

“How it feel, 23 years, still ain’t penetrating the culture / You are not top 5 in mine, Big, or Pac eyes / No André, no Nas, stop telling white lies.”

He later challenges Eminem to a fight (“Please stand up, shoot the fade with me / I’d love to put these hands up”) and even brings Eminem’s daughter into it (“Dear Slim, Hailie’s with me and she’s unharmed, for now”).

Later, he pretends to hold Dr. Dre hostage (“Paging Dr. Dre, he ain’t got a lot to say”) and revisits Em’s relationship with Mariah Carey (“The chick on the show wasn’t picking me and Mariah wasn’t picking you”).

You can listen to the new track below: