Here Is Best Eminem Verse & Song Since 2014



Since January 2014, Eminem dropped 27 songs, including freestyles and features:



1. Busta Rhymes – Calm Down ft. Eminem
2. Eminem, Slaughterhouse & Yelawolf – SHADY CXVPHER
3. Trick Trick – Twerk Dat Pop That ft. Eminem & Royce Da 5’9″
4. Eminem – Shady XV
5. Slaughterhouse – Psychopath Killer ft. Eminem & Yelawolf
6. Eminem – Die Alone ft. Kobe
7. Bad Meets Evil (Eminem & Royce Da 5’9″) – Vegas
8. Eminem – Guts Over Fear (feat. Sia)
9. Eminem – Fine Line
10. Skylar Grey, Eminem & Yelawolf – Twisted
11. Eminem – Right For Me
12. Eminem, Royce Da 5’9″, Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf & Trick Trick – Detroit Vs. Everybody
13. Eminem – Lose Yourself (Original Demo Version) (Bonus Track)



14. Tech N9ne – Speedom (WWC2) ft. Eminem & Krizz Kaliko
15. YelaWolf – Best Friend ft. Eminem
16. Bad Meets Evil (Eminem & Royce Da 5’9″) – RAW
17. Bad Meets Evil (Eminem & Royce Da 5’9″) – All I Think About
18. Eminem – Phenomenal
19. Eminem – Kings Never Die ft. Gwen Stefani
20. Dr. Dre – Medicine Man ft. Eminem, Candice Pillay & Anderson Paak
21. The Weekend – The Hills (Official Remix) ft. Eminem
22. Eminem – Sway In The Morning (Freestyle)



23. Skylar Grey – “Kill For You” ft. Eminem
24. Eminem – “Campaign Speech”
25. Eminem – “Infinite” (Remixed & Remastered)
26. Kxng Crooked – “Welcome To Planet X” (with Eminem)



27. Big Sean – No Favors ft. Eminem 


It’s really hard to choose only one verse from this amazing catalog BUT “Medicine Man” is the best thing that happened since 2014 (“Best Friend” verse goes second). The song serves as the crescendo for Compton, re-invigorating Eminem and Dre’s unique relationship and delving once again in to Dre’s illustrious recording history. From their first encounters, the two have been prolific together in the studio, and Eminem’s verse is recorded in a single take in honour of their first recording session together. The tone of their verses are defiant; “we are who we are, take it or leave it”.


The song features Anderson .Paak and Candice Pillay, the latter providing MTV with an exclusive insight in to Eminem’s approach to the song: “The verses he sent? Em is just incredible. I can’t even explain. He gave us a plethora of stuff to choose from and then he went back and forth. And then we finally went with the verse that you hear.”


Even though it was well received musically, the song caused a stir of controversy for Eminem’s rape lyrics. When speaking to The Guardian, Karen Ingala Smith, chief executive of the London-based charity Nia Project, which supports women and girls who have experienced men’s violence, said that “Eminem had parroted a line designed to disempower victims of sexual violence.”




What is the best Eminem song since 2014? Our choice is “Fine Line.” It’s the only song in the recent years that reminds us the golden Eminem years, Marshall Mathers era, and it feels so nostalgic. In a song Eminem speaks on the struggles of fame, describing how there is a fine line between the benefits and the downsides of his career. He has a passion for rap, but has grown tired of having the spotlight on him at all times.


Eminem appreciates all of the love they gave him, and shouted out Young Zee, Pacewon and the rest of the Outsidaz. That brought tear in my eyes… And that hook and that bridge Eminem makes is absolutely classic: