Eminem has enlisted Cordae and Jack Harlow for a remix of “Killer,” from his album Music to Be Murdered By – Side B.
On the remix, the two rappers deliver verses that celebrate how far they’ve come that they get to rap with Marshall Mathers himself. “I used to rock a toboggan / Headphones around my neck trying to be like Shady / Now the phone that’s in my pocket seem to keep vibratin’ / I got all these Ronnie Bennetts tryna be my baby,” Harlow spits.
Meanwhile, Cordae’s verses also tease his upcoming work. “I manifest nothing less than the best outcome / Just watch my moves with this next album,” he raps.
“Killer” was originally included on last December’s Music to Be Murdered By – Side B, the deluxe version of the record Em surprise-released in January 2020.
Eminem had previously expressed his appreciation for Cordae, telling Variety in 2020 he thought the young artist was “dope.” The respect is clearly mutual: Cordae previously spit a notable freestyle on Eminem’s classic “My Name Is,” while Jack Harlow also praised Eminem in a Pitchfork Over/Under segment.
Cordae’s latest release was his April EP Just Until…, which featured the cut “Dream In Color” and had assists from Young Thug and Q-Tip. In the lead-up to his second full-length album after 2019’s The Lost Boy, the Maryland rapper has also been dropping tracks like last year’s “The Parables” and “Gifted,” the latter of which featured Roddy Ricch.
Harlow, on the other hand, recently hopped on a remix of Tion Wayne and Russ Millions’ viral hit, “Body.” He also made his Saturday Night Live debut in March, performing a medley of his tracks “Tyler Herro” and “Whats Poppin.”
Listen to the remix here: