The rap world is heating up, and it appears to be Eminem that is the one that is getting things started. He has proven himself to be a very prolific rapper, and there is no doubt about the fact that his new album is getting a lot of attention on Billboard, Spotify and Pandora. People are streaming this through various apps, and there is even a couple of jobs that are taken at they’re in the industry.
While Eminem takes time to give kudos to rappers like J Cole and Andre 3000, he is quick to state that he is not a fan of Lil Yachty. He stated that he did not believe that this was his type of music, although she did not consider it a diss. There is also mention of Charlamagne Tha God. He is someone that has given people a whole lot of things to talk about when it comes to entertainers and their music.
Charlamagne has appeared in a verse on the new album that is currently out because Eminem felt the need to address what Charlemagne spoke about. In 2017 it was Charlemagne the God that spoke about how he thought Eminem was an aging MC that had an album that was trash. See Related Link for additional information.
Charlemagne also stated that he thought that Eminem released this new album and efforts to save face after such a terrible release in 2017. This type of commentary is easily going to put people like Charlamagne Tha God in the spotlight. The interesting thing about this is that Charlemagne is taking it all in stride.
He has even said that he likes being inserted into the rhymes of rap Legends like Eminem because this immortalizes him in some ways. This is true because people that listen to Eminem many years from now would probably have to Google Charlamagne Tha God to see who he is.
Charlamagne Tha God is currently a radio show host and up TV personality. He has a book that has made the New York Times Best Sellers List, “Black Privilege; Opportunity Comes To Those Who Create It” and he has another book that is on the way, “Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks On Me.”; and being mentioned by Eminem increases is exposure with books, radio and television.