#BleuBeats: Eminem Goes ‘Berzerk’ on New Single, Disses Khloe Kardashian?
Guess who’s back? Eminem returns with his brand new single “Berzerk” from his upcoming album, “The Marshall Mathers LP 2” otherwise known as “MMLP2.”
On the Rick Rubin-produced track, which samples Billy Squier’s 1981 hit “The Stroke,” Eminem takes us back to his playful side that we fell in love when he first came out. It wouldn’t be a fun-filled Eminem song if the rapper didn’t poke jokes at other public figures. The 40-year-old rapper threw light jabs at people like Kevin Federline and the Kardashians.
“So baby just make like K-Fed and let yourself go, let yourself go,” Eminem raps about Federline.
“They say that love is powerful as cough syrup and Styrofoam/All I know is I fell asleep and woke up in that Monte Carlo/ With the ugly Kardashian/Lamar, oh sorry yo, we both set the bar low,” he raps in reference to Khloe Kardashian’s husband Lamar Odom.
Eminem is set to deliver “MMLP2” on November 5. The album, executive produced by Dr. Dre and Rick Rubin, serves as the follow-up to Eminem’s platinum-selling album “The Marshall Mathers LP” that was released in 2000.
Listen to “Berzerk” below.
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