Over the last decade-and-change, Eminem and 50 Cent have collaborated mind-bogglingly frequently. But it's been a long drought since 2012's "My Life," which featured the pair rapping alongside Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine. That single was pinned to Street King Immortal, 50's sixth album, which has been in the works for far too long.
Now 50's given word to MTV that he and Em have cooked up a hot track together called "Champions." Here's what Mr. Jackson had to say:
"We wrote the song in Detroit. I did go out there, and we recorded in his studios, his comfort zone. Em is a lab rat, I don’t know if you know this. You don’t see him unless he’s scheduled to be somewhere. Other than that, he’s probably writing something new now…It’s a really cool process. It’s usually more fun than it feels like work."
50 also said Eminem sounded super excited to work together again, which only hypes us up to hear "Champions" even more. The "In da Club" rapper also took a minute to detail his gratitude to the 2015's Best Rap Album GRAMMY winner for being so instrumental in jumpstarting his career back in the early aughts.
According to MTV, Street King Immortal is set to arrived "shortly after The Best is G-Unit," an EP slated for March 3. Head here to see the video interview about the new collaboration.