Eminem ft. 50 Cent, Ca$his & Lloyd Banks - You Don’t Know

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After originally hooking up with DJ Whoo Kid and The Alchemist to do a Shady Records mixtape for the streets, Eminem and his label executives had a change of heart.  The material being churned out was simply too good to be released on anything except a major release and thus comes the Re-Up Mixtape, out in stores on December 5th.  The first cut to be released from the album features Em’s Shady/G-Unit family which includes 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and newcomer out of Los Angeles, Ca$his.  The beat comes courtesy of Slim Shady himself and showcases his ability to highlight fellow artists on a collaboration, without having to weaken his own performance in the process.

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