Ice Cube’s Son O’Shea Jackson Jr. Praises Eminem’s “Relapse”

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Ice Cube's Son O'Shea Jackson Jr. Praises Eminem's Relapse

Ice Cube’s son O’Shea Jackson Jr shows respect for Eminem’s “Relapse”.

O’shea Jackson Jr, the oldest son of legendary rapper Ice Cube, who has also portrayed him in the 2015 biopic Straight Outta Compton, shows respect for one of Detroit rappers Eminem’s album. He praises Eminem’s song “Hello” which appeared on his 2009 underrated classic “Relapse“. “Man @Eminem is spitting on this shit man,” wrote Oshea on his Twitter.

Jackson’s first mixtape, “Jackin’ for Beats“, was released online in March 2012 under the moniker OMG. “True to its title, the hip-hop rookie offers his own lyrics over the beats of some of the year’s most popular tracks,” Vibe’s Jazmine Gray said. On the 10-track tape, the son of a hip-hop legend gets off to a strong start. Jackson made an appearance in Pia Mia’s music video for “Touch” in 2015. He also appeared in the music video “Out of Love” by American hip hop duo Twenty88, which was released to promote their self-titled debut extended play.

Jackson was cast as Ice Cube’s son in Straight Outta Compton, a biographical film about N.W.A., in June 2014. Positive reviews greeted the film’s release on August 14, 2015. Ice Cube characterized Jackson’s physical similarity to his father as “right on.” He told Jimmy Kimmel in October 2014, “He was born to play the part.”

O’Shea Jackson Jr. makes a comeback in episode as Roken, an engineer and smuggler who helps The Path transport Jedis and other Force-sensitive individuals to safety in the series Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Jackson will star in two films in May 2019. He plays the best buddy of Seth Rogen’s character, Lance, in the romantic comedy Long Shot, opposite Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen. He plays Barnes, the leader of the G-Team, a special military forces group specializing in Titan confrontations, in Godzilla: King of the Monsters. In 2019, Jackson co-starred in the drama Just Mercy alongside Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx, and Brie Larson. He plays Anthony Ray Hinton, who was falsely convicted of murder and spent 30 years in prison.

However, a lot of people rank “Relapse” as one of the worst projects by Eminem, but it still remains a timeless masterpiece. The Sixth studio album by Eminem was released on May 19, 2009, through Aftermath, Interscope, and Shady Records. It was his first album after a four-year hiatus from recording due to drug addiction. The project debuted at #1 on Billboard 200, with moving over 608k units in its first week, and also reached the top in several other countries.

The album Relapse is a concept album about terror, drug recovery, and relapse. Eminem remarked that the album’s concept was more evocative of The Slim Shady LP (1999) and The Marshall Mathers LP (2001) than of The Marshall Mathers LP (2001). (2000). “Crack a Bottle,” “We Made You,” “3 a.m.,” and “Beautiful,” as well as the promotional song “Old Time’s Sake,” were among the singles released. Dr. Dre and 50 Cent’s song “Crack a Bottle” debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. The Recording Industry Association of America awarded Relapse double platinum certification (RIAA).

Ice Cube’s son, O’Shea Jackson Jr., is well-known not just for being Ice Cube’s son, but also for rapping and acting. He’s studied from the finest in the business, including his father and Eminem.

Jackson’s debut mixtape, Jackin’ for Beats, was published online under the moniker OMG. “True to its title, the hip-hop newcomer lays his own rhymes over the sounds of some of the year’s most successful singles,” Vibe’s Jazmine Gray remarked. “With the 10-track tape, the son of a hip hop legend is off to a promising start.”

“Some people claim I sound like OMG,” Jackson remarked in an interview with XXL Magazine. No one has ever compared myself to other artists or attempted to do so.

He was recently invited to Nick Cannon’s morning show on Power 106, where he was questioned about his Top 5 rappers, as is customary. Despite the fact that Shea knew Nick would be upset, he said what he did: I’ve got to play Em on that, bro.

“I’ve got to play Em on that, bro. I gotta put Em on there, bro, like I love that white motherf**ker, bro… That’s a motherf**ker, you have to have him on your side!” I love you Nick. Shady is raw. People might wanna get on his new shit tough but he’s one of the few artists where I’ve copped every album bro. He in my top5.

Check out the Mark Batson and Dr. Dre-produced song below.

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