Eminem appeared on Saturday Night Live for the 6th time to promote his upcoming album The Marshall Mathers LP 2. He hit the stage with his D12 member Denaun Porter and the legendary Rick Rubin on the decks.
Check out his performance of ‘Survival’ with Skylar Grey after the jump. MMLP2 is out on November 5th.
Skylar Grey gives us the visual to her latest single of her album “Don’t Look Down”. The record features Big Sean and Travis Barker.
Skylar Grey joins forces with Big Sean and Travis Barker for her new song ‘Back From The Dead’. Off her upcoming debut album ‘Dont Look Down’ due out July 9th.
Brand new music video from Skylar Grey off her upcoming debut album Don’t Look Down which is executive produced by Eminem. Due out on July 9th on KIDinaKORNER/ Interscope Records.
Skylar Grey ft. Eminem – C’mon Let Me Ride Official Music Video. Off Skylar’s album Don’t Look Down due out next year.
Skylar Grey releases a teaser of her upcoming video for “C’mon Let Me Ride” featuring Eminem. The full video is released on December 11th.
Official lyrics video for Skylar Grey’s new single featuring Eminem.
Skylar Grey’s highly anticipated single featuring Eminem was just premiered on the radio. HHNM comes through with the rip. The song features a new verse from Eminem with him singing the hook to Queen’s song ‘Bicycle Race’.
Take a listen after the jump and let me know what you think?
Here goes the artwork for Skylar Grey’s new single “C’mon Let Me Ride”. The single will feature Eminem singing the hook for Queen’s “Bicycle Race” and was produced by Alex Da Kid. Eminem will alos executive produce her debut album Don’t Look Down.
The single is due out on iTunes on December 11.
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Skylar Grey is due to release her next single, “C’Mon Let Me Ride” on December 11th. The single will feature Eminem singing the hook from Queen’s “Bicycle Race“.
Grey told Rolling Stone that idea of including the chorus came from Eminem, who executive-produced the album.
“That was an Eminem move. The first time I heard his verse, he had added that part in as well and it made me laugh, so we kept it,” she says. She also opted to keep his vocals instead of Mercury’s originals. “I love hearing Marshall change his voice like that and just, like, be a character, play a character, so I thought that was funnier, personally.”