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Simply sublime.

From listening to this album/EP, one thing is clear... Bad Meets Evil are on a mission. To make lyricism cool once more. No gimmicks. Eminem and Royce Da 5'9 do in this what they do best, deliver great lyricism with rapid fire flow. Eminem is great, this is fact. Royce too, is brilliant... lesser known fact. When they work together, Royce ensures that Em steps his game up and maintains a high standard. They push each other to be better. The result? Stunning piece of work.


Wow! Hot new rapper eminem! Brilliant!! Heard he's headlining the V festival! Not bad 4 a brand new artist! Roll on eminems 2nd album! Even better than MC hammer

There is a fault.

Rap rarely gets better. You can complain about Eminem, but he's one of the best ever, and I dare you to deliver words like he can. Royce Da 5'9 is a worthy partner-in-crime. Some of the songs are lazy for Eminem's standards of lyricism, however. A Kiss is disappointing, reverting to going on about Bieber, Gaga and Minaj. His disses are obviously not felt fully by the man himself, so there's no point trying to slap him on the wrist for being 'mean', but the problem is they lack conviction in the humour. He's 38 years old, it's never going to be the same as when he was 25. But still, very much worth buying.


Formed: 1997 in Detroit, MI

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '10s

A hip-hop duo featuring Marshall Mathers and Ryan Montgomery -- aka Eminem and Royce da 5'9" -- Bad Meets Evil came together in 1997 thanks to the duo’s mutual friend, rapper Proof. After recording a handful of tracks and performing some shows around their native Detroit, Eminem embarked on a solo career. Besides launching his own solo gig, Royce would land on Em’s 1999 effort The Slim Shady LP on a track called “Bad Meets Evil,” but after the album’s massive success, Eminem remained a solo artist...
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