Eminem starts ‘Godzilla Challenge,’ asks fans to rap as fast as him

Eminem delivers a speech as 50 Cent Jackson is honoured with the 2,686th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood, Calif. on Jan. 30, 2020.

Eminem delivers a speech as 50 Cent Jackson is honoured with the 2,686th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood, Calif. on Jan. 30, 2020.

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Eminem has challenged his fans to see if they can rap as fast as him in what he’s calling the #GodzillaChallenge.

So what exactly is the challenge, some might ask?

Well, the 47-year-old rapper is asking people to cover his fastest verse to date, which comes from his newest album, Music to Be Murdered By (2020). The song is called Godzilla and features the late Juice WRLD.

Surpassing his iconic Rap God track in speed as well as his rapid-fire feature on Nicki Minaj’s MajestyGodzilla hears Emimem (born Marshall Mathers) rapping 224 words in only 31 seconds.

Eminem launched the challenge on Tuesday afternoon through Twitter, offering prizes to some of his favourites “who can spit it.” He also included a video of himself doing the challenge.

 

Godzilla’s expletive-laced verse is comprised of a whopping 330 total syllables, meaning the world-renowned musician has beaten his own record and is able to rap 10.65 syllables per second, or 7.23 words per second, as reported by Genius.

It didn’t take long for fans of the Lose Yourself hit-maker to share their own takes on Godzilla.

Only a few hours after advertizing the contest, Eminem was met with hundreds of entries — including successful attempts, some fails and lots of people left with a lack of oxygen.

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