Fredro Starr Says Sticky Fingaz Bodied Eminem On "Remember Me?"

Fredro Starr says "Remember Me?" "was a great record...It was a competitive record and that's what Hip Hop is about."

With their Wakedafucup record released earlier this year, Onyx sat down with ill Will for an interview while promoting the album in the UK. Touching on their return to music and former group member Sonsee’s absence from the record, Fredro Starr recalled his partner Sticky Fingaz’s verse on Eminem’s third album.

Asked if Eminem “went Hollywood,” the two seemed to agree that the rapper stayed true to his roots.

“That motherfucker still live in Detroit,” Fredro Starr said. “That nigga don’t wear no jewelry.”

“He probably drive a truck and shit,” Sticky Fingaz added.

“If any rapper never went Hollywood, that nigga definitely didn’t go Hollywood,” Starr continued. “That nigga still wear G-Shocks and shit. Eminem rich but I don’t think it went to his head like that man. Me, when I look at a nigga like Em, I just think that nigga’s a mad scientist. He goes to work. He’s ill with his shit. He’s about his business. He’s about his family. That’s all. We don’t judge niggas like that.”

Speaking specifically about Sticky’s appearance on the Marshall Mathers LP song “Remember Me?” Fredro Starr shared feeling like his partner out-rapped Em on his own track.

“The record that Stick did, ‘Remember [Me?]’ was a great record. I think Sticky bodied the nigga personally. But it was a good record. It was a competitive record, and that’s what Hip Hop is about. So fans could say, ‘Oh I think Em bodied him.’ That’s what Hip Hop need to back to. It used to be like that. Now niggas is getting on a record being cool with each other. Fuck all that. You get on a record, body me. I’m gonna try to body you. That’s what Hip Hop is about.”

"Remember Me?" appeared as the ninth track on Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP and also features Long Beach artist RBX. 

Later in the interview, while detailing his reaction to Drake referencing him on the Toronto artist’s commercial debut, Fredro Starr explained sampling the lyrics in question on his recent solo mixtape.

“I mean yeah I respect him for that reason,” he said. “He shout me out on his first album on a record with Jay Z, on the ‘Light Up’ record which was probably one of the hottest records on his first album—I don’t know if it was his first or second album. That’s just like me shouting out somebody on my records. I don’t shout out motherfuckers that I don’t respect. Sampling Drake on the Made In The Streets joint ‘The Truth’ was just an ode back to him. Like somebody giving you dap, I’m giving dap right back.”

RELATED: Onyx Preview "Wakedafucup" & Recall Final Words With Notorious B.I.G.

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60 Comments

  • DMX

    Is Moesha's boyfriend still alive?

  • Anonymous

    Am I the only one who thinks RBX had the best verse?

    • Yessir

      Yes u really r. Rbx is allright but hes more of a voice than a lyricist, all his best work was on the chronic

  • Anonymous

    Lol @ niggaz sayin they bodied someone in some obscure ass track from the year 2000

    • DJ Donkey

      Since when is a track off of an Eminem album obscure? Just because it came out before you were born doesn't make it obscure, young nigga

  • Anonymous

    Don't u remember meeeeeee

  • Anonymous

    Coming from someone who thinks Em is the GOAT, I think Sticky bodied him. Shady killed his verse but Sticky's was absolutely ridiculous.

  • junMaf*ckn

    Sticky DID Get Em On That Jawn. Sticky Is A GOAT Fo Reel. Never Spit A Wack 16.

  • Anonymous

    I thought I was the only one who thought this. Sticky got busy on that joint.

  • Rich

    Its arguable, Em had some crazy lines in that track, but Sticky might have shined a tad bit with his delivery. It's arguable, they both killed that shit regardless.

  • theBavarianIlluminati

    El Oh El

  • CvB

    EMINEM - Greatest of all time

  • JJ

    This coming from a stan, that Remember Me joint is one that I always skip while listening to the album. It just doesn't do it for me. Song sucks.

    • Derty Drew

      But you personally love the sound of track 12! Obviously, since you said 9 is the "one that you skip." Poser detected, this "Stan" is but a wee lad! On a side note, Black Trash would be a masterpiece if the hooks were better.

    • storm

      what a fukin idiot, please just give some one else that cd then, cuz as of now, u are no longer worthy of listening to mmlp

  • Anonymous

    I been sayin that for years...sticky aint no joke

  • Anonymous

    Lil Wayne bodied Eminem on No Love

  • insanemacbeth

    EMINEM stans make me laugh...like he invented internal rhyme schemes inna rap. actually, it was RAKIM...on 'LYRICS OF FURY'...in 1988. :-/

    • Lol

      Nobody thinks or says eminem started the internal rhyme scheme, well at least i dont and ive never heard that. Clearly the internal rhyme schem came out way before eminem he actually says he got it from big daddy kane

  • Anonymous

    remember when sticky finagaz got his ass beat by a white skateboarder? LOL

  • Anonymous

    and you can't deny the obvious influence sticky had on ems style.

  • Anonymous

    it was a dope record. i don't know about bodied, but he might have had the best verse. for people that don't know, stickys first album gotta be a classic though.

  • GOD

    "I've got the soul of every rapper in me, love me or hate me, my moms was raped by the industry amd made ME!" I loved all three verses but if I had to choose based off Lyrics I'd say Sticky. And since its still debatable I would imagine Sticky did his job and made himself memorable on the same ground of a Marshall Mathers in his prime. Ima give the W to Sticky

  • cinavenom

    I like Sticky better but I don't agree with this. I like Em's verse better on this joint.

  • Shit stain

    Eminem is wack as fuck. Don't get upset Stan's.

  • Anonymous

    that song is fucking trash, lets be honest. Stop getting exicted you white losers.

  • doggfather

    not just fredro, but eminem himself said the same thing several times.

    • Anonymous

      yeah i think i remember hearing that he wanted the verse on there after 2001 or something

    • For real

      How is this news this song came out in what 1999, 2000? This is old, everyone knows sticky had the best verse even em knows that

  • Eminem Won

    When I go out, I'ma go out shootin I don't mean when I die, I mean when I go out to the club, stupid I'm tryin to clear up my fuckin' image, so I promised the fuckin critics I wouldn't say "fuckin" for six minutes (*click* Six minutes, Slim Shady, you're on) My baby's mom, bitch made me an angry blonde So I made me a song, killed her and put Hailie on I may be wrong, I keep thinkin these crazy thoughts in my cranium, but I'm stuck with a crazy mom ("Is she really on as much dope as you say she's on?") Came home, and somebody musta broke in the back window and stole two loaded machine guns and both of my trenchcoats Sick sick dreams of picnic scenes, two kids, sixteen with M-16's and ten clips each And them shits reach through six kids each And Slim gets blamed in Bill Clint's speech to fix these streets? FUCK THAT! PBBT! Tou faggots can vanish to volcanic ash and re-appear in hell with a can of gas, AND a match Aftermath, Dre, grab the gat, show 'em where it's at (What the fuck you starin at, nigga?) Don't you remember me?! Remember me?!! Remember me??! REMEMBER ME!!!!

  • J dirty

    awe..the good ol days...back when rap was good.Now were stuck with ass rappers gettin cheese

  • 24

    Niggas that take no for an answer, get told no Yeah, I been told no, but it was more like NO! NO! NO! Life's a bitch, met her, fuck you if you let her Better come better than better to be a competitor This vet is ahead of the shit is all redder, you deader than deader A medic instead of the cheddars & credda Settle vendetta with metal beretta from ghetto to ghetta Evidence, nope, never leave a shreda

  • YeezusGODPower

    "Sick, sick dreams of picnic scenes Two kids, sixteen with M-16's and ten clips each And them shits reach through six kids each" If you think Stick bodied Em on this track - name any line EVER that he has put out that had this kind of layered rhyme scheme. Never happened. That said, The Autobiography of Kirk Jones is one of the most underrated albums of the early 2000s. That shxt was ill as fxck. But I'm sorry, the Sticky rhyme on the Marshall Mathers LP is as overrated as the Em verse on The Blueprint. Em's verse was insane on the Blueprint but would have been marginal with everything else he dropped right around it.

    • Hell yea

      Love that album if u listen closely on the track what if i was white u can hear eminem say the n word ending in er (not nigga) shits crazy

    • etan

      Agreed, Black Trash the autobiography of kirk jones. was by far one of the most slept on album of that time. Every track hits hard on that album.

  • Fashotho

    Stick killed that shit, rbx had an average verse at best, read the words he says an the cadence he says it in, the shit stick drops now is on the level rbx was on on that track, fuck the bullshit you cats either Frontin like it ain't no thang Heavy rotational shit Aesop rock-Labour days Gravediggaz-6feetdeep The roots - & then you shoot your cousin Canibus-2000bc Watts gangsters-The real

    • fry305

      2000 B.C. is da shiznit. I love Doomsday News, Lost @ C, Chaos, 100 Bars, The C-quel...whole album really was dope IMO

  • Anonymous

    fuck sticky and eminem!! RBX killed them both!

  • Anonymous

    i think thats obvious b

  • Anonymous

    That's a lot of n's

  • Anonymous

    This mother fucker WISH him or any one he knows bodied Em, if sticky was any good this ma fuckas top song wouldnt just have 75k listens and thats it lbvs.

    • Anonymous

      you keep on living that sad, lonely life thinking some internet views actually mean something, especially when the song in question was YEARS ago before website traffic or "like" poll stats you loser you rabid fanatics never ever think em himself may think sticky bodied that song or respects sticky, you go full blown f*ckboy like eminem is the know all, be all of rap and eminem has told you weirdos to f*ck off PLENTY of times on these albums, songs, and verses y'all were rating the other day

    • dr dre

      he did body em, hard

  • Anonymous

    this nigga real

  • Jae

    Paris is in France...right.

  • hippaToDaHoppa

    Em did get bodied on that joint. That's the only time in his prime it happened, but yeah Sticky definitely got him. Em's verse was super dope too, but Sticky was on some other, other shit with his.

  • erjhbgjhb

    eminem ain't no nigga

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