Back into the game and they know, rap will never be same as before
Perhaps an allusion to his changed state of mind, more fully revealed on the song “25 To Life” from the Recovery album
It’s also a reference to how Em is constantly changing the rap game. He was out of the game for awhile, but now he’s back into it, and it’ll be better than it was before. Possibly a reference to how Relapse bombed critically, but he’s learned his lesson and he’ll be better than that now.
If you wasn’t already convinced Eminem won on this track, look at how the following 4 bars contain a consistent multi-vowel rhyme scheme:
Back into the game and they know, rap will never be the same as before, Bashing in the brains of these hoes as establishing the name as he goes.
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