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 Mixtape Daily: 50 Cent Taps Eminem For 'Murder One' On Lost Tape

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PostSubject: Mixtape Daily: 50 Cent Taps Eminem For 'Murder One' On Lost Tape   Thu May 24, 2012 10:43 am

Real Spit: When it comes to mixtapes no one has made impacts quite like 50 Cent and DJ Drama. Respectively the rapper and the DJ have separately stood as the biggest draws in the underground mixtape scene and now they’ve finally come together to collaborate.

On Tuesday, the two mixtape giants will unite on Gangsta Grillz: The Lost Tape, which can be downloaded on DatPiff and “50 is mixtapes. When you think about the mixtape game you have to credit this man right here,” DJ Drama told Mixtape Daily. “He makes what I consider quality street music. I almost feel like the tape didn’t happen in ’07 because it was meant to happen now.”

50 joked that he was bullied to do the tape by Drama, who represents Atlanta. “It was pressure, it was pressure, I was forced. The boys from the south got big on us. So they came down here to the north and said. ‘Look man you gotta roll with Rush’,” he said with a smirk on his face. “I fully cooperated and now we got Gangsta Grillz.”

Drama and Fif aren’t the only big names on The Lost Tape, Eminem makes a brief cameo on “Murder One.” “Ayo Fif, I was thinking, you should go back to doin’ the sh-- you used to do,” Em says to intro the menacing track where the G-Unit general promises death to his enemies. “Silence, it’s the return of the tyrant/ See him through my third eye with both closed eyelids/ Stand closer to the homey you gonna die with/ Flames come up out the muzzle on the sh-- that I spit,” 50 rhymes.

In the early aughts 50 built his reputation remixing existing rap song’s adding his own high-powered verses to familiar hits. He revisits the trend with “Riot” remix, a new take on 2 Chainz’s street banger. On “OJ” 50 teams with Kidd Kidd, his new signee from New Orleans. The piano-laced track finds Fif and his new protégé drawing an analogy between their murderous ways and embattled football legend O.J. Simpson.

50 Cent and DJ Drama’s Gangsta Grillz collaboration may have taken five years top materialize, but you can’t argue quality; The Lost tape was well worth the wait. “We actually centered this concept with an idea we created in 2007 and we’re finally getting around to it, so it’s well overdue,” 50 said.
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