Eminem vs. Future – Rap Battle
Eminem’s ‘Symphony in H’ blew Wu-Tang’s ‘Family Reunion’ away by taking 94 percent of the votes and leaving the legendary rap group with 4 percent.
Considering we’ve hardly heard from the Detroit rapper in a while, it’s refreshing to get Marshall Mathers back on the mic. The song is roughly 90 seconds with one verse, but the power behind the track reminds you why you fell in love with his work in the first place.
“Love stinks, that explains all this anger that’s spillin’ out / And I ain’t chillin’ out / Got an Oscar but I’m still a grouch / I use it as a doorstop and a prop and a broken leg for the couch,” he delivers.
This week, Future‘s latest release, ‘S—,’ goes head-to-head with Eminem’s track. While the title alone might lead us to believe that Future is just trying to be crude, he’s calling out all those people posing as gangsters.
“N—- you ain’t ’bout s— / Talkin’ about a hundred bottles / N—- you ain’t pop s— / All you talk banana clips / N—- you ain’t shot s— / Spendin’ money on these h–s / N—- you ain’t f— s—,” he raps.
‘S—’ can be considered a particular taste for hip-hop lovers, but we’ll see if his fans will be able to pull through and vote this one to the top.
Will Eminem be able to hold on to this winning streak? Or will Future’s in-your-face track take over? Remember you can vote once per hour until the poll closes on Thurs., July 4, at 10 AM ET.
Listen to Eminem’s ‘Symphony in H’
Listen to Future’s ‘S—’
Rules of Rap Battle
Two hip-hop artists compete against each other each week. The triumphant artist goes on to compete in the next Rap Battle. If an artist wins four straight Rap Battles, the song will be honored as immortal in TheDrop.fm Rap Battle Hall of Fame.