Eminem's most recent comments about Trump are courtesy of his friend and Grammy co-star Sir Elton John. Recently, the two spoke on the phone for a new feature Interview where they addressed their sobriety, the artistic process and what happened when they created the verse "The Storm" by Eminem, anti-Trump BET Hip-Hop Awards.
Eminem told Elton that he had originally planned to play the a cappella song at the ceremony before "the plans changed" at the last minute. Instead of acting on one of the program's encryption segments, Eminem handed out his bars in a parking lot in his hometown of Detroit. He also told Elton about one of the inspirations behind "The Storm":
EMINEM: One of the things we tried to imitate was the cover "You & # 39; re Gonna Get Yours" by Public Enemy. I do not know if anyone understood that, but that's the feeling we had. My main concern was trying to convey the message and also memorize all the words. I have a hard time memorizing things. I'm always in the process of writing a new song, so trying to learn a new one takes a minute.
JOHN: The people on set with you, had you heard it before you started filming?
EMINEM: Nah, nobody had heard it.
"You're Gonna Get Yours" is the first episode of Public Enemy's debut Me! Bum Rush the Show a rap-nerd gem that appeared before its magnum opus Take a nation of millions to stop us . Eminem also spoke with Elton about his specific problems with Trump. "We have a president who does not care about everyone in our country, he is not the president of all of us, he is the president of some of us," Eminem said.
The next album by Eminem Relapse falls on December 1