The second song from Eminem's forthcoming Recovery album, "Won't Back Down," was released online Thursday (June 3) via RapRadar.com.
The track, produced by DJ Khalil, features Pink and finds Eminem firing off a slew of lyrical punch lines.
"Listen, garden tool/ Don't make me introduce you to my power tool," the Detroit native raps over Khalil's droning organ chords. "You know the f---ing drill/ How you douche bags feel?/ Knowing you're disposable, Summer's Eve, Massengill."
Eminem spoke about his Recovery collaborations while in France on a promotional tour. Pink, Rihanna and Lil Wayne are all featured, a departure from Em's previous projects, where the guest lists were usually limited to Shady or Aftermath artists. For "Won't Back Down," he explained, Pink was added to the track after it was completed.
"When I did the song that I did with Pink, I laid my parts first and kind of heard her on the record and felt that she would smash this record," Em said.
Pink certainly delivers a fiery warning on the chorus. "You can sound the alarm, you can call out your guards/ You can fence in your yard, you can pull all the cards/ But I won't back down, I won't back down," she sings.
The song follows "Not Afraid," the first offering from Recovery, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
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