On Yela's last album, he teamed up with Shady for the memorable and aggressive track "Throw It Up," but this time around things are a bit more subdued -- and even a little spiritual.
The Alabama rapper opens the song with multiple references to God and the church, before Em jumps in with a lengthy verse, where he references a best friend, his higher power and the late Proof.
The Detroit rapper, one of Eminem' closest friends, was fatally shot in a nightclub on Apr. 11, 2006, almost nine years to the date that we're first hearing this song.
"Who you think I'm talking bout?/ Lifts me up when I'm down and out," Em raps, "Still look to him without a doubt, still got a best friend."