Back with the Yoda of rap, "In a spasm
In this case the “Yoda of rap” refers to production legend Rick Rubin, who helped work on The Marshall Mathers LP 2. The comparison works because Yoda is one of the older and wiser Star Wars character who teaches the young Jedi’s most of what they know, while Rubin is also viewed as a wise mentor in the rap game who has helped new acts like the Beastie Boys achieve success.
Slim spontaneously bursts into a Yoda impersonation here for no apparent reason, but it isn’t the first time he’s done it in his career. He did it before on “Buffalo Bill” and in an interview with Jonathan Ross
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