This track finds Eminem and his Bad Meets Evil partner Royce da 5'9'' on a dark trip in Sin City aka Las Vegas. Slim Shady's verse includes some misogynistic lines where he takes aim at Iggy Azalea, threatening to sexually assault her:
So what's it gon' be? Put that s--t away Iggy You gon' blow that rape whistle on me (Scream!) I love it
Iggy responded on Twitter, saying. "I'm bored of the old men threatening young women as entertainment trend and much more interested in the young women getting $ trend. Zzzz." (The Aussie rapper was referencing her social media feud with Snoop Dogg, which started when the Californian posted a photo of a woman with albinism and compared it to Iggy's pale skin tone).
She added that the controversial verse is "especially awkward" for her 14-year-old brother, as he is the "biggest Eminem fan and now the artist he admired says he wants to rape me."
"Friends In Low Places" by Garth Brooks was written by two Nashville songwriters after a meal in a local restaurant. One of them forgot his money, but said not to worry, "I have friends in low places. I know the cook."