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Ez Mil says second verse of “Realest” was inspired by Eminem & Tech N9ne




Eminem and Dr. Dre‘s latest signee, Philippine’s own Ez Mil sat down with Genius to discuss his newest hit “Realest,” which has been streamed almost 15 million times on Spotify to date.

The rapid-fire hit song features Eminem himself and it’s off Ez Mil’s mot recent project, DU4LI7Y: REDUX. In the latest episode of Verified, Ez talks how he collaborated with the artist he crowns the G.O.A.T.

He also breaks down how a casual email led to his new deal with Eminem’s Shady Records, Dr. Dre’s Aftermath, and Interscope.

“My girl got an email. It said ‘Paul Rosenberg  / Shady / Goliath Records – how to connect with Ez Mil? This is Paul.’ She thought it was fake because its so casual but it was actually pretty serious. And when I found out I was meeting Em and Dre, bro, I don’t know, it’s still crazy.” said Ez Mil during the intro of the episode.

Later, the Shady Records artist talked about the Eminem reference he made in his second verse, where he raps: “I done got hit on the head, barely survived that s–t (Okay) / Minus a nine from ten, Eminem’s spot still sits / But f–k a position, I’m tunin’ him in / Let all you rock out with it.” He said: “This part, I was just paying homage to the GOAT, cause it’s just an honor to be on a song with him.”

“I knew they were gonna hate that flow [last part of second verse] but its because they suck. They don’t know how to do it properly. I learned how to do that flow by listening to a lot of Eminem and Tech N9ne. What inspired me to try to do that was ‘Speedom.’ That song is just nuts.”

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