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Bad Meets Evil, Hell: The Sequel

Years apart haven't done much to throw off Eminem and Royce Da 5'9"'s chemistry. Hell: The Sequel, the follow up promised on Slim Shady and Nickle Nine's standout collaboration, "Bad Meets Evil" 12 years ago—finds the two Motor City rhyme animals seamlessly taking turns showing off their lyrical dexterity as if it was an oversized diamond-encrusted piece. The EP picks up where the duo’s last collaboration left off on the Havoc-produced “Welcome to Hell.” Slim takes center stage first, with lines like, “To find someone so raw on a beat is rare/You can kiss my ass and the shit stains ...

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