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.”
You can watch the entire video below: