"Go see 'Toy Story 3.' The toys are back in town. Always purchase music through authorized retailers that pay royalties to the artists. Don't get mixed up with drugs, gangs or oil executives."
-Rapper, producer and actor Eminem, doling out his "advice for the kids" on "The Late Show with David Letterman." Eminem appears on Friday night's (June 25) episode of the show, which will also feature the rooftop performance that he and Jay-Z recorded earlier this week. Though there is no word on what will actually make it to air, the pair ripped through a trio of songs (Eminem's "Not Afriad," Jay-Z's "On to the Next One" and the tag-team "Renegade" from Jigga's The Blueprint) while on top of the building that houses the Ed Sullivan Theater.
During his visit to the show, Jay-Z will also be sitting down with Letterman for a chat about basketball. "You're a guy. I'm a guy. Now, if LeBron James wants to be a guy, he will stay where he is and not cut the heart out of that city by leaving Cleveland," Letterman told Hov. "You wouldn't do that, would you? Cleveland is in desperate decline. And one of the glimmering hopes they have..."
"How's your ratings in Cleveland?" interrupted, which earned him a big laugh from the studio audience.
In addition to promoting Eminem's just-released album Recovery (which is expected to debut on top of the Billboard album chart next week), the two rappers are also plugging their upcoming "Home and Home" shows, which will see them play of concerts in each of their hometown baseball stadiums. They recently added one date each in New York and Detroit, bringing the total number of shows up to four total.