Get ready to rock! Eminem and Gwen Stefani just released their new song, ‘Kings Never Die,’ and it will get you pumped! This collaboration, from the ‘Southpaw’ soundtrack, will make you feel like you’re king (or queen) of the world! Click to listen!
If you need a new anthem to get you through your workout or just to get you through your day, you can thank Eminem, 42, and Gwen Stefani, 45. Shady dropped his new song with the No Doubt singer, a cut from the soundtrack to the movie Southpaw, featuring Jake Gyllenhaal, 34. After listening, you’ll feel like you can take on the world — and win!
Eminem released the new song on July 10 and wow! He seems to be in fine form, spitting fire against the symphonic, almost rock opera beat. He seems to be channeling the energy from his “Lose Yourself” era from 8 Mile, as this track a undeniable inspirational vibe to it. It sends chills while listening to it, reminding you not to quit because “Kings Never Die.” The lyrics might be also be some of Eminem’s best:
But I found out that I can move a mountain of doubt
Even when you b*tches are counting me out, and I appear to be down for the count
Only time I ever been out and about is driving around town with my f***ing whereabouts in a doubt
Cause I been lost tryna think of what I did to get here but I’m not a quitter
Gotta get up, give it all I got or give up
Kings never die – neither do queens! The track wouldn’t be as powerful as it is without Gwen. Her voice is almost haunting, a great addition to the track. Her singing gives us goosebumps! It’s an amazing collaboration from this two, one we didn’t think would work out as well as it did. We can’t wait to get the soundtrack, or to see the film when it’s released on July 24. In the meantime, you can buy this single off of iTunes.
Slim recently had another hit collaboration – with Stephen Colbert! The future ‘Late Show’ host secretly took over a Michigan public access show, Only In Monroe. Detroit native Eminem joined Stephen for a hilarious interview! It’s something you have to see to believe.
What did you think of this new song, HollywoodLifers? Did you love it? Are you not a fan of Slim Shady? Leave your thoughts on it below.
— Jason Brow