Royce Da 5'9" - Perspective (Skit) (ft. Eminem) - Lyrics
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The song was produced by Royce da 5'9'’.
Though Eminem didn't exactly appear on The Allegory's tracklist, Eminem has indeed contributed to Royce Da 5'9's anticipated project.
Rather than laying a verse, Em came through with a spoken-word reflection on race, hip-hop culture, and the powerful link connecting the two.
Though it might be disappointing for those hoping for another new collaboration between Bad and Evil, "Perspective" packs plenty of thematic significance all the same.
Royce Da 5'9" - Perspective (Skit) (ft.
Royce da 5'9'’) Lyrics.
[Interlude: Eminem] But you got people of all races Like, coming together and, and Helping shape this from the ground up So now you got little white kids growin' up with black idols And you got black kids growin' up with white idols And you got, it-it's just this whole mixing pot Nothing has brought more races and more people From all different walks of life together than hip-hop No music has done that I don't think anything has done that as much as hip-hop has So, in the same token I can understand the frustration being that, you know Damn near every form of, of music, period, was created by black people So, you got Chuck Berry, you got Rosetta Tharpe And rock n' roll is starting to get some attention, but then along comes Elvis And people are acting like, "Oh my God, I've never seen this before" You've seen it before, but you might not have seen a white person do it to this level So now, he sells the most records and people are callin' him the king of rock n' roll, right? But on the flip side of the coin If I'm a black kid, growin' up in, let's say the 60s, 70s, 80s, whatever, right And I'm lookin' on TV and nobody looks like me And it's very stereotypical And I'm lookin' at fuckin', I'm lookin' at toys And they're, and everything is white The fuckin' action figures are all white The, the fuckin' superheroes are all white Like, maybe there's one or two, uh, black superheroes mixed in there with mostly white I don't know how I'd grow up and not have a chip on my shoulder On the other flip side of that coin We don't get to choose our parents, we don't get to choose what color we're born It's more about, at that point, it becomes You're born here, you are, you're what color you are, you're what nationality you are And then it's what you do with it, right To make a difference To make a difference To make a— To make a difference EMINEM