LIMP BIZKIT And EMINEM End Feud, Collaborate On New Track
LIMP BIZKIT and EMINEM have reportedly ended their long-running feud and collaborated on a new track, according to Worldpop. The song, entitled "New World Order", is rumored to contain lyrics dealing with the subject of American troops hunting down Osama Bin Laden. EMINEM reportedly plays Bin Laden taunting America with his raps on the track while LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst takes the role of a GI in Afghanistan. LIMP BIZKIT, minus their recently-departed guitarist Wes Borland, provide the background music on the recording. It is not presently clear when and in which form "New World Order" will be released to the public.
LIMP BIZKIT and EMINEM originally fell out when BIZKIT's DJ Lethal commented on a feud between ex-HOUSE OF PAIN rapper EVERLAST and EMINEM by saying, in a live MTV interview, that if a fight occurred between the two rappers, “EVERLAST would definitely win, y'know what I mean?”
It was rapper XZIBIT that apparently convinced EMINEM to “kiss and make up” during the recording of EMINEM's new album, The Eminem Show. XZIBIT reportedly told Mr. Slim Shady that the feud was childish and put EMINEM on the phone to Durst. The two then decided to formally end the battle by working together on new material.
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