Need Me
by Eminem (featuring Pink)

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  • Eminem is joined by Pink on this booming ballad in which the pair talk about their addictive need for each other, despite enduring numerous problems in their tumultuous relationship.
  • Eminem and Pink first linked up on the Detroit MC's 2010 album Recovery for "Won't Back Down" and subsequently collaborated on the songstress' The Truth About Love track "Here Comes The Weekend" and the Beautiful Trauma cut "Revenge."
  • Eminem explained during a "Fireside Chat" on his SiriusXM Shade45 channel that he regards the edgy singer as a kindred spirit. "I've always looked at Pink as kind of a rebel, and I've told her that," he said. "I super respect her art and her music and we worked together in the past too. It only made sense for me to have her on that song."


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