When Eminem unveiled the Shady XV tracklist a few weeks back, there was no question the most anticipated song was "Detroit Vs. Everybody," which features an all Detroit rapper cast and seemingly pits them against the rest of hip-hop. On the Midwest posse cut, Em calls on Big Sean, DeJ Loaf, Royce Da 5'9", Danny Brown, and Trick Trick, as they all take turns ferociously spitting over the classic production from Statik Selektah.

As expected, this one is all about the bars, as Royce kicks things off with a stellar verse before it transitions to Big Sean, who raps for nearly two minutes, showcasing his usual flow and sharp rhymes while repping Detroit to the fullest. The song then turns up a notch following the strong hook from DeJ that smoothly goes into Danny's verse, while Shady finishes it off, doing what has made him a legend, spitting at a rapid-paced flow while staying on topic and mentioning the recent Adrian Peterson situation, amongst other timely things.

This collaboration really just caps the day for Shady Records, as it follows up the "Shady CXVPHER," where Marshall, Slaughterhouse, and Yelawolf put on a straight lyrical show. The upcoming Shady XV album, which officially drops on November 24, is currently available for pre-order on iTunes.

Listen to the new collaboration below.