10 Best Melodic Hooks By Eminem In Guest Appearances

Remy Gelenidze

Eminem is one of the most (if not the most) skillful rappers who ever touched the mic. Lyrics, flow, wordsmith, storytelling and multisyllabic rhymes at its finest. Besides that, believe it or not, Eminem can sing quite well.

Below you can see the list of ten best melodic choruses, hooks and bridges made by Eminem when he was the guest in someone else’s song. The list is ordered from latest to oldest. 

Slaughterhouse – Our House ft. Eminem (Welcome to: Our House, 2012)

Dr Dre – Die Hard ft. Eminem (Unreleased, 2011)

 

Young Jeezy – Talk To Me ft. Eminem & Freddie Gibbs (Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition, 2011)

 

T.I. – All She Wrote ft. Eminem (Mercy, 2010)

 

Tony Yayo – Drama Setter ft. Eminem (Thoughts of a Predicate Felon, 2005)

 

Trick Trick – No More To Say ft. Eminem & Proof (The People VS., 2005)

 

Trick Trick – Welcome To Detroit ft. Eminem (The People VS., 2005)

 

Jadakiss – Welcome To D-Block ft. Eminem, Sheek & Styles P. (Kiss Of Death, 2004)

 

Obie Trice – Hands On You (Cheers, 2003)

 

Xzibit – Don’t Approach Me ft. Eminem (Restless, 2000)

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