American rapper Eminem presents one of his best track called “Godzilla,” where they refer to monsters and it features the late rapper Juice WRLD.

“Godzilla” is a mythical sea monster known for its mass destruction and endless murder.

However, the masterpiece joint work serves from Eminem’s newly released studio project “Music to Be Murdered By.”

While this track marks the first collaboration between Juice WRLD and Eminem, Juice had previously listed Em as one of his biggest influences and has frequently referenced his music, perhaps most notably on his May 2018 track, “Lean Wit Me.” On October 25, 2018, Juice joined Tim Westwood TV, where freestyled over an hour of different Eminem beats.

This track also serves as Juice WRLD’s first posthumous release since passing on December 8, 2019—six days after his 21st birthday. Juice reportedly recorded the chorus for the track before his untimely death, although he was unable to complete his actual verse for the song in time. Later, on January 17, 2020, a picture surfaced on XXL that depicted Juice WRLD and his friends after he recorded his feature.

Moreover, song production credit goes to D.A. Doman and Eminem.

Quotable Lyrics:

Monster
You get in my way, I’ma feed you to the monster (Yeah)
I’m normal during the day, but at night, turn to a monster (Yeah)
When the moon shines like Ice Road Truckers
I look like a villain outta those blockbusters
Godzilla, fire spitter, monster
Blood on the dance floor, and on the Louis V carpet
Fire, Godzilla, fire, monster
Blood on the dance floor, and on the Louis V carpet 

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