Tim Westwood went for a stroll into his infinite vault of freestyles and found a bloody gem: a formerly unreleased clip and track of Eminem and late Proof, formerly a member of D12.
The freestyles were initially released to pay tribute to the anniversary of an old freestyle of Eminem, the fan-cherished the constant disses and wordplay among Eminem and Mr. Porter, another former member of D12. That freestyle was featured on Tim Westwood’s show in 2009 which was widely loved by stans for quite a long time. The new clip with Proof is from significantly ago, displaying Em at the peak of his initial hip-hop superpowers.
The rhymes featured on the track from Westwood’s New York Live in 1999 are the pinnacle of the Slim Shady persona of Em, managing the aftermath of his initial superstar satirizing shenanigans.
“Tim I said that last time when I was on your show, but it doesn’t matter as I keep the slowest flow” he stated and went on saying “with a flow that slow, it doesn’t matter said it backward, but all you fake ass rappers are just actors!”
Eminem was a customary appearance on Westwood’s show around this time, now and again dropping by with individuals from D12 to drop or record some new freestyles in the studio. Truth be told, the new Proof and Eminem free-form is the second one from Westwood’s show in 1999. Westwood had recently collaborated with Proof that highlighted a lot of lines that would proceed to be well known (and Proof did his calling on Nas’ “Hate me now”). Explore the newly released track on the internet— that transcribed— freestyles and tracks up top before returning to his old track.