Drake to Collaborate With Eminem Again
Paired up for Grammys performance on January 31, Drake and Eminem may record a new duet track for a future project. "Me and Em talked about something today," the Canadian rapper told MTV on the red carpet event. "We might need that to happen."
Drake and Eminem were joined by Lil Wayne and Travis Barker when performing at the Sunday ceremony. While the Blink-182's member was playing the drum, Eminem and Weezy rapped "Drop the World" before then Drake switched it to "Forever" verses.
At the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards, Drake was nominated for Best Rap Solo Performance and Best Rap Song for his hit single "Best I Ever Had". However, he lost both titles to Jay-Z who shared trophy for the latter category with Rihanna and Kanye West.
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