Snoop Dogg says Eminem challenged him to try new style

Following the iconic “From The D 2 The LBC” collaboration, Eminem uploaded a new clip of him and Snoop chatting in a studio. In a 30-second sneak peek, the two hip-hop legends complement one other.

“Yeah, but you killed it though,”
Marshall says to Snoop at the beginning of the video, referring to his verse from their current single “From The D 2 The LBC.”

Snoop responds to Em, stating that knowing his rhyming technique, he felt challenged by the Detroit legend and chose to “show out” by delivering his best.

“You challenge me, Marshall. You put me back in my karate school days, where I used to be a young MC and, you know, loved the challenge of having to try new styles and new cadences,” said Snoop. “The rap game is supposed to be challenging, it is supposed to make you dig in your bag. Because I have heard you on other songs with other rappers and you tend to show out, so I wanted to make sure I was going to represent.”
“Yeah, you showed out. You definitely showed out,” Eminem replied.

In 2000, Eminem and Snoop worked together on the song “Bitch Please II,” from The Marshall Mathers Lp, which also featured Dr. Dre, Nate Dogg, and Xzibit. They also shared the stage for the Super Bowl halftime show in February 2022.

See the clip below:


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