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EMINEM - RAP GOD (SONG)
Label:INR/UMA
Entry:27/10/2013 (Position 40)
Last week in charts:17/11/2013 (Position 37)
Peak:15 (1 weeks)
Weeks:4
Place on best of all time:4621 (80 points)
Year:2013
Music/Lyrics:D. Davis
Marshall Mathers
Kim Nazel
Fatima Shaheed
Stephen Hacker
L. Walters
Matthew Arthur DelGiorno
Dania Birks
Juana Burns
Juanita Lee
Bigram Zayas
Producer:DVLP
World wide:
ch  Peak: 31 / weeks: 2
de  Peak: 33 / weeks: 5
at  Peak: 45 / weeks: 4
fr  Peak: 23 / weeks: 10
nl  Peak: 53 / weeks: 3
be  Tip (Vl)
se  Peak: 46 / weeks: 2
dk  Peak: 30 / weeks: 2
au  Peak: 15 / weeks: 4
nz  Peak: 4 / weeks: 4

Cover


27/10/2013: N 40.
03/11/2013: 15.
10/11/2013: 32.
17/11/2013: 37.
AVAILABLE ON FOLLOWING MEDIA
VersionLengthTitleLabel
Number
Format
Medium
Date
6:03The Marshall Mathers LP 2Aftermath / Shady / Interscope
06025 3758811
Album
CD
05/11/2013
6:03The Marshall Mathers LP 2 [Deluxe Edition]Aftermath / Shady / Interscope
06025 3758812
Album
CD
05/11/2013
MUSIC DIRECTORY
EminemEminem: Discography / Become a fan
Official Site
EMINEM IN AUSTRALIAN CHARTS
Singles

TitleEntryPeakweeks
Hi! My Name Is18/04/19991315
The Real Slim Shady09/07/20001115
The Way I Am22/10/20003411
Stan (Eminem feat. Dido)21/01/2001122
Without Me02/06/2002117
Cleanin' Out My Closet06/10/2002322
Lose Yourself15/12/2002118
Sing For The Moment16/03/2003514
Business31/08/2003414
Just Lose It14/11/2004115
Like Toy Soldiers06/02/2005413
Mockingbird08/05/2005912
Ass Like That07/08/20051013
When I'm Gone29/01/2006113
Smack That (Akon feat. Eminem)19/11/2006227
Crack A Bottle (Eminem / Dr. Dre / 50 Cent)22/02/20091813
We Made You26/04/2009117
3 A.M.07/06/2009381
Beautiful02/08/2009334
Not Afraid16/05/2010427
Love The Way You Lie (Eminem feat. Rihanna)04/07/2010138
No Love (Eminem feat. Lil Wayne)24/10/2010218
I Need A Doctor (Dr. Dre feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey)20/02/20111220
My Life (50 Cent feat. Eminem & Adam Levine)16/12/20122811
Berzerk08/09/2013513
Rap God27/10/2013154
Survival27/10/2013183
The Monster (Eminem feat. Rihanna)10/11/2013121
Headlights (Eminem feat. Nate Ruess)16/02/2014219
Guts Over Fear (Eminem feat. Sia)07/09/2014224
Revenge (P!nk feat. Eminem)29/10/2017213
Walk On Water (Eminem feat. Beyoncé)26/11/2017104
River (Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran)31/12/2017220
The Ringer16/09/201854
Venom16/09/2018371
Normal16/09/2018331
Kamikaze16/09/2018133
Nice Guy (Eminem feat. Jessie Reyez)16/09/2018481
Fall16/09/2018222
Not Alike (Eminem feat. Royce Da 5'9'')16/09/2018233
Greatest16/09/2018152
Good Guy (Eminem feat. Jessie Reyez)16/09/2018461
Stepping Stone16/09/2018341
Lucky You (Eminem feat. Joyner Lucas)16/09/201845
Killshot07/10/2018111
 
Albums

TitleEntryPeakweeks
The Marshall Mathers LP04/06/2000175
The Eminem Show09/06/2002175
The Slim Shady LP02/03/2003492
Encore28/11/2004129
Curtain Call - The Hits18/12/2005180
Eminem Presents The Re-Up17/12/20061712
Relapse31/05/2009117
Recovery04/07/2010148
The Marshall Mathers LP 217/11/2013128
Revival31/12/2017118
Kamikaze16/09/201815
SONGS BY EMINEM
25 To Life
3 A.M.
313 (Eminem feat. Eye-Kyu)
50 Ways
8 Mile
8 Mile Road (50 Cent feat. Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo)
'97 Bonnie & Clyde
Airplanes, Part II (B.o.B feat. Eminem & Hayley Williams of Paramore)
All She Wrote (T.I. feat. Eminem)
Almost Famous
Amityville (Eminem feat. Bizarre from D-12)
Arose
As The World Turns
Ass Like That
Assassins (Eminem feat. Obie Trice & G-Unit)
Asshole (Eminem feat. Skylar Grey)
Asylum (Slaughterhouse feat. Eminem)
B**** Please II (Eminem feat. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit and Nate Dogg)
Baby
Backstabber
Bad Guy
Bad Guys Always Die (Dr. Dre & Eminem)
Bad Husband (Eminem feat. X Ambassadors)
Bad Influence
Bad Meets Evil (Eminem feat. Royce Da 5'9'')
Bagpipes From Baghdad
Beautiful
Beautiful Pain (Eminem feat. Sia)
Believe
Berzerk
Best Friend (Yelawolf feat. Eminem)
Big Weenie
Black Cotton (2Pac feat. Eminem & Kastro & Nobole Of The Outlawz)
Bow Wow (Eminem feat. DMX, 2Pac, Jadakiss & Nas)
Brain Damage
Brainless
Buffalo Bill
Bump Heads (Eminem feat. G Unit)
Busa Rhyme (Missy Misdemeanor Elliott feat. Eminem)
Business
Business (Matoma Remix)
Calm Down (Busta Rhymes feat. Eminem)
Campaign Speech
Careful What You Wish For
Castle
Chloraseptic (Eminem feat. Phresher)
Chloraseptic (Remix) (Eminem feat. 2 Chainz & Phresher)
Cinderella Man
Cleanin' Out My Closet
C'mon Let Me Ride (Skylar Grey feat. Eminem)
Cold Wind Blows
Crack A Bottle (Eminem / Dr. Dre / 50 Cent)
Crazy In Love
Criminal
Cum On Everybody (Eminem feat. Dina Rae)
Curtains Up
Dead Wrong (The Notorious B.I.G. feat. Eminem)
Dead Wrong (The Notorious B.I.G. feat. Eminem & Busta)
Defence
Déjŕ Vu
Desperation (Eminem feat. Jamie N Commons)
Detroit vs. Everybody (Eminem, Royce Da 5'9", Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf & Trick Trick)
Die Alone (Eminem feat. Kobe)
Doe Ray Me (Eminem, D12, Obie Trice & 50 Cent)
Don't Approach Me (Xzibit feat. Eminem)
Don't Push Me (50 Cent feat. Lloyd Banks & Eminem)
Drama Setter (Tony Yayo feat. Eminem & Obie Trice)
Drips (Eminem feat. Obie Trice)
Drop The Bomb On 'Em
Drop The World (Lil Wayne feat. Eminem)
Drug Ballad
Elevator
Em Calls Paul
Em Calls Paul [2018]
Encore (Eminem feat. Dr. Dre & 50 Cent)
Encore
Evil Deeds
Evil Twin
FACK
Fall
Fine Line
Fly Away (Eminem feat. Just Blaze)
Forever (Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Eminem)
Forgot About Dre (Dr. Dre feat. Eminem)
Framed
Gatman And Robbin' (50 Cent feat. Eminem)
Get You Mad (Eminem feat. DJ Revolution)
Girls
Give Me The Ball
Go To Sleep (Eminem, DMX, Obie Trice)
Going Through Changes
Good Guy (Eminem feat. Jessie Reyez)
Greatest
Groundhog Day
Guilty Conscience (Eminem feat. Dr. Dre)
Guts Over Fear (Eminem feat. Sia)
Hailie's Song
Hands On You (Obie Trice feat. Eminem)
Hazardous Youth
Headlights (Eminem feat. Nate Ruess)
Heat
Hell Breaks Loose (Eminem feat. Dr. Dre)
Hellbound (Eminem, J-Black & Masta Ace)
Hello
Here Comes The Weekend (P!nk feat. Eminem)
Here We Go
Hi! My Name Is
Hustlers & Hardcore (Eminem feat. Domingo)
I Need A Doctor (Dr. Dre feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey)
I Remember
If I Get Locked Up Tonight (Eminem feat. Dr. Dre)
If I Had
I'll Hurt You (Busta Rhymes feat. Eminem)
I'm Back
I'm Having A Relapse
I'm Shady
In Da Club (Eminem & Dr. Dre)
In Your Head
Infinite
Infinite [F.B.T. Remix]
Insane
It Has Been Said (The Notorious B.I.G. feat. Diddy, Eminem and Obie Trice)
It's Ok (Eminem feat. Eye-Kyu)
Jealousy Woes II
Jimmy Crack Corn (Eminem & 50 Cent)
Just Don't Give A Fuck (Eminem feat. Frogg)
Just Don't Give A Fuck
Just Lose It
Kamikaze
Kids
Kill For You (Skylar Grey feat. Eminem)
Kill You
Killshot
Kim
Kings Never Die (Eminem feat. Gwen Stefani)
Lady (Obie Trice feat. Eminem)
Legacy
Like Home (Eminem feat. Alicia Keys)
Like Toy Soldiers
Lose Yourself
Love Game (Eminem feat. Kendrick Lamar)
Love Me (Eminem / Obie Trice / 50 Cent)
Love The Way You Lie (Eminem feat. Rihanna)
Love The Way You Lie (Part Two) (Rihanna feat. Eminem)
Love You More
Lucky You (Eminem feat. Joyner Lucas)
Macosa (Eminem feat. Outsidaz)
Majesty (Nicki Minaj feat. Eminem & Labrinth)
Marshall Mathers
Maxine (Eminem feat. Mr. Porter & Three)
Medicine Ball
Medicine Man (Dr. Dre feat. Eminem, Candice Pillay & Anderson .Paak)
Mockingbird
Mosh
Murder, Murder
Music Box
Must Be The Ganja
My 1st Single
My Dad's Gone Crazy (Eminem feat. Hailie Jade)
My Darling
My Fault
My Life (50 Cent feat. Eminem & Adam Levine)
My Mom
My Name (Xzibit feat. Eminem & Nate Dogg)
My Only Chance
Need Me (Eminem feat. P!nk)
Never 2 Far
Never Enough (Eminem feat. 50 Cent & Nate Dogg)
Nice Guy (Eminem feat. Jessie Reyez)
No Apologies
No Favors (Big Sean feat. Eminem)
No Love (Eminem feat. Lil Wayne)
Normal
Not Afraid
Not Alike (Eminem feat. Royce Da 5'9'')
Nowhere Fast (Eminem feat. Kehlani)
Numb (Rihanna feat. Eminem)
Nuttin' To Do (Eminem feat. Bad Meets Evil)
Off The Wall (Redman & Eminem)
Offended
Old Time's Sake (Eminem feat. Dr. Dre)
On Fire
One Day At A Time (2Pac with Eminem feat. The Outlawz)
One Last Time (Eminem feat. 50 Cent & Dr. Dre)
One Shot 2 Shot (Eminem feat. D12)
Open Mic (Eminem feat. Thyme)
Our House (Slaughterhouse feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey)
Patiently Waiting (50 Cent feat. Eminem)
Peep Show (50 Cent feat. Eminem)
Phenomenal
Psycho (50 Cent feat. Eminem)
Psychopath Killer (Slaughterhouse feat. Eminem & Yelawolf)
Public Enemy #1
Puke
Quitter
Rabbit Run
Rain Man
Rap God
Rap Remix (Nelly, Wu Tang Clan, Snoop Dogg, Outkast, Xzibit, Eminem, Three 6 Mafia)
Remember Me? (Eminem feat. RBX and Sticky Fingaz)
Remind Me
Renegade (Eminem feat. Jay-Z)
Revenge (P!nk feat. Eminem)
Revival (Interlude)
Rhyme Or Reason
Richard (Obie Trice feat. Eminem)
Ricky Ticky Toc
Ridaz
Right For Me
River (Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran)
Rock Bottom
Rock City (Royce Da 5'9" feat. Eminem)
Role Model
Roman's Revenge (Nicki Minaj feat. Eminem)
Run Rabbit Run
Rush Ya Clique (Eminem feat. Outsidaz)
Same Song & Dance
Say Goodbye Hollywood
Say What You Say (Eminem feat. Dr. Dre)
Scary Movies (Bad Meets Evil feat. Eminem & Royce 5-9)
Searchin' (Eminem feat. Eye-Kyu)
Seduction
ShadyXV
Shake That (Eminem feat. Nate Dogg)
She's The One (Eminem feat. Royce Da 5'9'')
Shit Hits The Fan (Obie Trice feat. Dr. Dre & Eminem)
Sing For The Moment
Slow Your Role
Smack That (Akon feat. Eminem)
So Bad
So Far...
So Much Better
Soldier
Soldier Like Me (2Pac feat. Eminem)
Space Bound
Spend Some Time (Eminem feat. Obie Trice, Stat Quo & 50 Cent)
Square Dance
Stan (Eminem feat. Dido)
Stay Wide Awake
Stepping Stone
Still Don't Give A Fuck
Stimulate
Stronger Than I Was
Superman (Eminem feat. Dina Rae)
Survival
Taking My Ball
Talkin' 2 Myself (Eminem feat. Kobe)
That's All She Wrote (T.I. feat. Eminem)
The Monster (Eminem feat. Rihanna)
The Real Slim Santa
The Real Slim Shady
The Re-Up (Eminem & 50 Cent)
The Ringer
The Sauce
The Showdown (Eminem feat. Dr. Dre)
The Singles Box Set
The Warning
The Way I Am
The Way I Am (Danny Lohner Remix) (Eminem feat. Marilyn Manson)
The Wrong Way
There They Go (Obie Trice feat. Big Herk, Eminem & Trick Trick)
Threesixfive (Eminem feat. Oldworldisorder)
Throw It Up (Yelawolf feat. Gangsta Boo & Eminem)
Throw That (Slaughterhouse feat. Eminem)
Till I Collapse (Eminem feat. Nate Dogg)
Tonite
Touchdown (T.I. feat. Eminem)
Tragic Endings (Eminem feat. Skylar Grey)
True Loyalty (50 Cent feat. Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo)
Twisted (Skylar Grey, Eminem & Yelawolf)
Under The Influence (Eminem feat. D12)
Underground
Untitled
Untouchable
Venom
W.T.P.
Walk On Water (Eminem feat. Beyoncé)
Warrior Part 2 (Lloyd Banks feat. Eminem, 50 Cent and Nate Dogg)
We Ain't (The Game feat. Eminem)
We All Die One Day (Obie Trice feat. 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Eminem)
We As Americans
We Made You
Welcome 2 Detroit (Trick Trick feat. Eminem)
We're Back (Eminem, Obie Trice, Stat Quo, Bobby Creekwater & Cashis)
What Do You Got (50 Cent feat. Eminem)
What's The Difference (Dr. Dre feat. Eminem & Xzibit)
When I'm Gone
When The Music Stops (Eminem feat. D12)
White America
Who Knew
Wicked Ways
Without Me
Won't Back Down (Eminem feat. P!nk)
Writer's Block (Royce Da 5'9" feat. Eminem)
Yellow Brick Road
You Don't Know (Eminem, 50 Cent & Lloyd Banks introd. Cashis)
You're Never Over
ALBUMS BY EMINEM
All Eyes On Me - Mixtape (DJ Whiteowl / Eminem)
Another Set Back
Bottom Of My Bottle
Building Bridges
Curtain Call - The Hits
Detroit King
Eminem Is Back
Eminem Presents The Re-Up
Encore
Greatest Of All Time
Hip Hop Elvis
I'm Still #1 Mixtape (Eminem / DJ Whiteowl)
Infinite
Infinite 2
It Aint Over
Kamikaze
Legend
Live From Comerica Park
Living Proof
Long Time No See
Lyrical Invasion
Marshall's Law
Mathers Massacre
Mixtape - Before The Relapse
Mixtape - What's Your Nem
Reconnect
Recovery
Relapse
Relapse: Refill
Retrospective
Revival
Shady Beats (Eminem & Dr Dre)
Shady Unit (50 Cent / Eminem)
Still Shady
Superstar
The Eminem Show
The King Is Back
The Marshall Mathers LP
The Marshall Mathers LP 2
The Marshall Mathers LP 3
The Rappers Handbook
The Set Back
The Shady Situation
The Slim Shady LP
The Slim Shady LP [Special Edition]
The Vinyl LPs
Trailer Park Celebrity
Watch The Throne
DVDS BY EMINEM
All Access Europe
E
Live From New York City
The Anger Management Tour
Up In The Smoke Tour (Snoop Dogg / Dr. Dre / Eminem / Xzibit / Warren G / Nate Dogg / Ice Cube)
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 2.93 (Reviews: 57)
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*
Hardly.
*****
A weaker single from Eminem. He sounds different at times.

This is actually a grower for me - his rapping here is quite interesting and somewhat addictive.
Last edited: 05/11/2013 15:58
****
This has grown on me in the time it has been out of the ARIA top 50. His rapping is quite impressive and their are high quality parts to the song. Unfortunately though it does get a little boring towards the end, especially with the long length. I prefer "The Monster" and "Berzerk".
Last edited: 30/12/2013 07:31
****
Cool song.
**
I started out thinking I'd compare this to Frontier Psychiatrist and I'd nearly have preferred if it maintained that. What a piece of shit. Also, far too long.
**
jaja...laber laber...
***
Not bad but not for me.
*
Awful awful awful.
*
Shit...
***
Okay, but it becomes a bit monotonous and doesn't have a stand-out quality like most of his other songs have.

I admit that the fast rapping in the middle is entertaining though.
****
The online reaction to this one has been interesting, something that hasn't been seen since "Control" earlier this year. Since that is just a demo, there's no place for me to discuss it so maybe I'll do it here.

Something that interests me with music is the ubiquity of anything that reaches a certain level of notoriety, at least among the music community. Once that level has been reached, you can be reasonably confident that anyone who has an inclination to music has heard it. Sometimes this can be funny to me (what does Artist X think about "Gangnam Style"?!)

With Eminem I find it interesting because he's just been around so long and what I get out of his character is one of apathy so I find it pretty neat that he seems to keep up with what's hip and happening.

I say this because it seems quite likely that he has heard "Control". He must have been pretty chuffed about it considering that he gave Kendrick a shout out not long later on "Berzerk" (while doing a nod to "Good Kid, m.A.A.d City", more recent music :) ).

I did read that this was recorded back in 2012 so while it couldn't have been written in response to "Control", it perhaps was released because of it. After all, Eminem does still get accoladed as one of the all time greats, but over the last 10 years now, he hasn't done much to back that up. It'd be quite easy for someone to have known his ubiquity for a long, long time, but at the same time being completely oblivious to what he accomplished during his heyday in the late '90s and early '00s. And it's clear that he's aware of the retractors as he directly calls them out. It's not an entirely persuasive argument at times, but for once he's found the right outlet to do it in.

Because after all, the entire song seems to be a middle finger to any of those retractors, showing that when he wants to, he can still keep up his old form. This in the way of his flow and rhyming scheme, which it can't be said enough; damn it's impressive in this song!

However they're not the only components to the song. While he gets that right, he falters in others. The beat is just a bit too cold for example. It works reasonably well with the tension in the verses, but is a tiny bit annoying in the chorus, and it's hard for it not to get tiring during the 6 minute duration of the song.

And of course, the part where Eminem falters most often especially in recent times, the lyrics. I've seen it be criticised for the dated references, but while they could be seen as a sign that yeah, Eminem is 40 now, the context he uses here is that he's been around for so long, so long that he can reference things that are so old that they're dated, but his career STILL pre-dates them (though if he wasn't proving that he can still deliver, that would backfire).

But my biggest problem is that there's one retraction that he's missed, and it's probably one of the biggest: The fact that he's frequently called out to be misogynistic and homophobic. He misses that one, and does a whole verse with 'gay little boy' repeated over and over again, and then later mentions 'faggots' multiple times. These are the two weak moments for me that take a lot of patience to sit through. If he'd found a way to take them out, I'd be looking at something that holds up to be as strong as it is fascinating, because it is fascinating, especially compared to the relatively mundane "Survival" & "The Monster" from this same album. But instead it remains what it is, slightly flawed and not reaching what it wants to hit. 4.1
Last edited: 05/11/2013 05:37
****
OMG I LOVE THIS NEW EMINEM SONGGG YEAAAHH HES THE BESTEST RAPPER GOD EVERRRR I MEAN I LITERALLY LISTEN TO NO HIP HOP MUSIC AT ALL AND NO WAY IS IT BECAUSE MOST OF THEM ARRE BLACK BUT EMINEM IS SO COOOOL!

Yeah his is his first genuinely good song in god knows how long, and the rapping flow is very impressive, but given his quality record for the past decade he's most certainly not a 'Rap God' he can just deliver a knockout when he actually gives a damn, as he does here.

I'd hate to let external elements influence my opinion, and maybe it'll wear off if he delivers more at this level, but it is hard to admit to liking any of his stuff when his fanbase is full of the most annoying dicks in the world.
***
It's impressive I gotta say, but I'll have to give it a 3.
******
geiles Hip-Hop lied:D meiner meinung nach das beste lied von "The Marshall Mathers LP 2":D video ist auch ganz gut:)
****
Considering how often he loses his flow in his other singles, I'm impressed with how he keeps his flow here as well. I do quite like it, easy to get lost in when he's really getting into it.

There's a part of this where he says that the only Hall of Fame he will get into is the 'alcohol of fame' or something like that. I get frustrated when he bemoans such things, I think he will be inducted to the R&R Hall of Fame as soon as he is eligible.
Last edited: 10/09/2018 22:40
****
Good. His rapping in this is quite impressive I must say, though the hype around this isn't as justified really, and I don't think he's the "rap god". Also, I know it's essential for rappers to swear, but I dislike his repeated use of the word "fag" which is one of the most disgusting words to say. I prefer the first two singles from "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" and "The Monster".

Lol HeadInAMuse, exactly what most people say about this that I know :/
***
He may not be a rap god but he is the best rapper in the world. 3.2.
****
Ein bisschen übertrieben...
****
Upon release I really didn't like this but over time i've become more accustom to it and really do enjoy it.

P=52
Last edited: 07/01/2018 07:05
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