Even though Game may not be a fan of the track, the Internet has been buzzing with the recent release of 50 Cent and Eminem’s collaboration “My Life.” Now, in an interview with MTV, Em reveals that Fif’s Street King Immortal will have more than just one record featuring the two artists trading verses.

Eminem confirmed that he will appear on more than just the Adam Levine-assisted single off Fiddy’s oft-delayed fifth album. He went on to praise 50 Cent’s story telling ability as an emcee, saying that it was this aspect of Fif’s repertoire that he wanted at the forefront of Street King Immortal.

“We actually got a couple of songs on this album too. We have another song off of this album,” Eminem revealed.

He continued, “When he tells stories about his life and when he brings you into that world, you really feel like you’re a part of that world. He can paint a picture with his words when he’s telling a story that hooks you in and that was one of things that I was really tryna drive home is that point to him when he was making this album.”

Check out the full interview over at MTV.

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