By D.L. Chandler
Detroit’s golden boy would like to bid you “Hello Good Morning,” courtesy of Diddy-Dirty Money.
In 2010, Eminem’s seventh studio album, Recovery, was second in most sales worldwide behind Lady Gaga and Lady Antebellum, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Never one to rest on his laurels, the prolific MC recorded an additional verse to Diddy-Dirty Money’s “Hello Good Morning” track, replacing T.I.’s appearance on the original version. Slim Shady’s humorous verses sound right at home over producer Danja’s club-ready banger.
“Hello and good morning, baby I didn’t mean to the turn the bad/ I know you’re feeling angry, just a tad ’cause I took you to the drive-thru, and made you pay the tab,” Em rhymes. “Girl, I’m so cheap, I can turn your happy meal sad, You’re loco, don’t go mistaking me for a mogul/ I’m more like Boogle, McLovin’, McDonald’s, McMuffin/ Breakfast burritos, Fritos, Cheetos, Doritos, Tostitos/ That’ll be the only thing I feed hoes.”
Since the leak of the reported reference track “Syllables” which is rumored to be from Dr. Dre’s upcoming Detox LP, news of Eminem’s moving tribute track “Difficult,” dedicated to his fallen friend and former collaborator Proof, also surfaced. The potty-mouthed Marshall Mathers is also slated to perform in London’s famed O2 Arena at the Brit Awards 2011 in February.
Diddy-Dirty Money’s Last Train To Paris LP hit shelves in December and the album, boasting features from Drake, Usher, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa, has sold 161, 266 copies to-date.
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