On Friday, July 10th, Kid Cudi and Eminem will release a collaborative single, ‘The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady.’

The track was announced in the most adorable, wholesome way imaginable. Cudi’s young daughter, Vada Wamwene Mescudi shared a video via the musicians socials. “Hi! It’s Vada, I’m here to say that my daddy’s new single, ‘The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady,’ is coming on Friday! Check it out,” she shares with a smile that could warm even the coldest hearts.

This year has seen Kid Cudi return with a triumphant solo single ‘Leader of the Delinquents’. He also collaborated with Travis Scott on track ‘THE SCOTTS’, which premiered prior to its release on Fortnight.

Cudi has also teased a new animated series, drawing inspiration from his 2018 collaborative record with Kanye West, Kids See Ghost. A Takashi Murakami-directed trailer was released On June 26th. The trailer features Kanye West voicing the bear used to promote the rappers first three records, whilst Cudi voices the character of Kid Fox.

In January, Eminem released his latest record,  Music to Be Murdered By. 

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Last month, Eminem divulged his list of who he believes to be the greatest rappers of all time. The list was penned in response to a video by YouTuber NoLifeShaq.

The YouTuber uploaded a video that saw him privately message 30 of the biggest names in rap, with the intent to find out who they thought “the greatest rapper of all time” was.

Eminem publicly responded to NoLifeShaq’s calls on Twitter. The results, in no particular order, saw a tossup between Lil Wayne, 2PAC, Royce Da 5’9″, Jay-Z, Redman, Treach, Kool G. Rap, Biggie, and King Crook.

Eminem and Royce Da 5’9″’s relationship spans over two decades. Eminem recently revealed that Royce Da 5’9″ had transitioned to a new position at his Marshall Mathers Foundation. Royce is now the Director of both Community Engagement and Social Justice Initiatives.

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