In 2014 Eminem and Shady Records released a compilation album Shady XV. The album includes a song named ‘Fine Line’ where Eminem mentions his old friends Young Zee and Pacewon who were members of hip hop group Outsidaz in the early 90’s.
“It’s been on my mind lately how Zee, you always supported me,
You vouched, I will never forget that and how you guys accepted me for me
And pace I love you too, you slept on my couch and I’ve been thinkin’
About the time when I slept on the floor at The Outhouse,
Rhyming’s all we ever wanted to do and regardless how life has turned out,
Inside I’ll, I’ll always be an outsider, My life has been turned inside out…” (via Genius)
The reason was that when Eminem became extremely successful he forgot the friendship with his first ever group Outsidaz. Pace Won and his friends even made the diss songs towards Eminem, one of them named ‘Rap Music’, where he raps: ‘You made noise, but then turned your back on your boys.”
Recently Pace Won released new song ‘He Said It’ where he responds to Eminem’s ‘Fine Line’.
Young Zee also responded Eminem’s ‘Fine Line’ in the song named ‘Dear Shady’ where he raps:
“You could have looked out,you could have come and baled me out,
Like Dre and 2Pac my record would be selling now…
And since you laid on my floor like you said before
You’re welcome to come still knock on my door.” (via Genius)