An icon recognizes an icon! Busta Rhymes salutes Eminem in his latest social media post.
East Flatbush, New York-born legend has recently hit Instagram to show love to Detroit legend by sharing their in-studio picture from 2014. In the caption, he writes:
“I know I am Super late on this but I gotta Salute one of my favorite MCs to ever touch the microphone and congratulate him on his Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame induction!! Eminem, Well deserved and Don’t Stop Ever King!!”
Back in November 5, 2022, Eminem got inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame by Dr. Dre in his first year of eligibility. Slim Shady celebrated his induction with a career-spanning medley featuring several special guests. The Detroit legend opened the show with brief snippet of his signature 1999 smash, “My Name Is,” before abruptly jumping to 2013’s “Rap God,” with its plethora of lyrical acrobatics. Eminem then welcomed Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler to the stage, enlisting the frontman to belt the “Dream On” hook that anchors his 2002 The Eminem Show track “Sing for the Moment.” Ed Sheeran was the next guest on stage, who played guitar and sang the hook for “Stan” (the original song samples Dido’s “Thank You”).
Eminem and Busta Rhymes have made four songs together. “Calm Down” (2014), “I’ll Hurt You” (2005), “Hail Mary” (2003) with 50 Cent and performed “Touch It” remix at 2006 BET Awards with Mary J. Blige, Rah Digga, Missy Elliot, Lloyd Banks, Papoose and DMX.
Check out Busta’s appreciation post below:
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