The long-awaited collaboration between Eminem and Big Sean was finally unveiled this week.
The 26-year-old will appear on Eminem's upcoming compilation album, Shady XV, on a song called "Detroit Vs. Everybody." Aside from the two rappers, the song also features Royce Da 5'9″, Danny Brown, DeJ Loaf & Trick Trick.
The two Detroit natives first recorded unreleased music together last summer and Big Sean recently revealed that they hit the studio together again.
"We have something that we're working on - I just want to make sure I say that," he told Angie Martinez during an appearance on Power 105.1 in October. "But it was something that was being worked on, that's all I'm going to say. I don't know what it's for."
He also said Eminem was the one who invited him to record. "They called me up," he said. "I was exhausted but I had to go up in there."
Shady XV, which was released for pre-order on iTunes on Monday, will hit stores on Nov. 24. The album's first disc features more new music from Eminem, Yelawolf, D12, Skylar Grey and Slaughterhouse. The second disc gives fans some of the biggest hits from Eminem's Shady Records, including 50 Cent's first single "Wanksta" released in 2003 and Eminem's "Lose Yourself" from the soundtrack to his movie 8 Mile.
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