Eminem’s 2013 song “Rap God” is certainly phenomenal. You can recall this single as a critically acclaimed tune released in 2013.
Eminem’s 2013 song “Rap God” is the third single from The Marshall Mathers LP 2, which is Slim Shady’s eighth studio album. If this hip-hop track is among your favorites by Marshall Bruce Mathers III, you will feel excited to learn that a remixed version of it is possible to be released.
Last Sunday, Paul Rosenberg spoke to a certain Mr. Cii via Twitter. You know Mr. Rosenberg as Eminem’s manager, and he owns the Twitter account with the handle @rosenberg.
He replied to Mr. Cii’s social media message. The latter, who identifies himself as a musician, music producer, beatmaker, and songwriter, shared a snippet of Eminem’s 2013 song’s remix he made.
Then, he asked Rosenberg to check out the reworked track. Mr. Cii told Eminem’s manager that he had not posted the sample of his remix of Eminem’s 2013 song “Rap God” elsewhere online yet due to copyright issues.
You can read from their Twitter conversation that the owner of the social media handle @themrcii_ asked for Rosenberg’s email so he could send his complete remix of Eminem’s 2013 song as an mp3 file. You can read the responses of Eminem’s manager he tweeted a few hours later.
Rosenberg told the Twitter user to post a link to his entire remake of Eminem’s 2013 song. He also commended Mr. Cii, describing the latter’s “Rap God” remix as “cool” and asked to “DM” him a Dropbox link.
As you can see, Rosenberg felt impressed with the fan-made remake of Eminem’s 2013 song “Rap God.” You can say that you might get this reworked version soon, which is nearly nine years later since its official release.
One interesting trivia you should know is that Eminem’s 2013 song “Rap God” entered the Guinness World Records as the hit track containing the most words. Moreover, in 2014, this tune got nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance.
Interestingly, Eminem’s 2013 song “Rap God” saw charting success, debuting on the seventh spot on the US Billboard Hot 100 and the second spot on the US Hot R&B-Hip-Hop Songs chart.