“The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady”- Eminem And Kid Cudi’s New Collab

After first time collaboration, rappers drop new single.

Dropped on Thursday midnight, “The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady”, is a new collab between rappers Eminem and Kid Cudi. The song was released two days after Cudi’s daughter made the announcement of his new single on social media.

On May 8th, Kid Cudi had taken to social media to ask Eminem for help with his music. While Eminem did not directly reply to his tweet, it is clear the two had gotten in touch. This new track is the first song the two have released together

In the lyric video of the song, where both the singers appear as animated beings, they rap about current events and a few other subjects. Kid Cudi can be heard rapping about his time in rehab. “Yeah, it’s been a minute, but I’m back in it (Uh)/Y’all ain’t dealing with the same boy (No), Got a little trippy, then I transitioned (Yeah)/New attitude mixed with that pure raw (Aw).”

While Eminem raps about the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and the disgruntling police brutality that the world is now openly viewing. .  “Half of us walking around like a zombie apocalypse. Other half are just pissed off and don’t want to wear a mask.” He raps and later adds “Prayers for George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery”

This new track came after Cudi’s “Leader of the Delinquents”  and  “The Scotts” which was in collab with Travis Scott. “The Scotts” went for No.1 on the Billboard Top 100 chart back in April. Apart from his career in music, Kid Cudi is to voice characters in an upcoming anime show, Kids See Ghosts, directed by Takashi Murakami. And he will also team up with Kanye West on this project.

Cudi will also be starring in HBO’s We Are Who We Are series. The 36-year-old’s last solo album had come out back in 2016 and was called ‘Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’.

Eminem had released another album -his 11th one – called ‘Music to be Murdered By ‘ in January this year. He performed his famous song “Lose Yourself” at the Academy Awards in the following month. The artist also collaborated with Jessie Reyez on her song “Coffin” in March.

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