Eminem Explains How Dr. Dre Stopped Him From Going “Too Far” On “Kamikaze”

Eminem is back with his interview with Sway.

The rapper rarely does any sort of press unless he has a project coming out. The release of Kamikaze caught the world by surprise and there’s no doubt that people had many questions about some of the things he said on the project. Over the past few days, the rapper’s been answering a lot of questions through his interview with Sway. He’s released it in parts and today, he releases the third part.

Eminem addressed everything that everyone wanted to know about his feud with Machine Gun Kelly and Joe Budden. The rapper broke down the unreleased Slaughterhouse album and his reaction to Joe Budden’s comments on Revival. Additionally, he also got in-depth about where his feud with MGK came from. Eminem touched on Dr. Dre’s input on Kamikaze.
“Dre’s input was all over it.” He revealed, “There’s a couple songs that he kinda deaded them. Just because, he didn’t have a good reaction to him and he felt like one of ’em was going a little far.”
Eminem also speaks on working with Jessie Reyez, his BET Hip Hop Award cypher about Donald Trump, and much more.

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