Reading this New York Times
article on Em and ran across this random revelation:
In the five years between his own albums, he worked as a producer, making beats for other rappers, and occasionally showed up as a guest rapper; he now calls his verse on “Touch Down,” with the Atlanta rapper T.I., “horrible.”
Hey, don't be so hard on yourself, Marshall.
Plus: Dre admits Slim is a stubborn mule when it comes to changing his words.
“Once he makes a painting, once he lays a lyric down, it’s impossible to get him to change it,” Dr. Dre said. “If there’s a couple of lines he says on a record that’s not relevant today, it’s, ‘No, that was that painting. That was for that moment.’ “