Part four of Eminem's interview with Sway has been released. From Drake, the Grammys, D12, sobriety, and much more, the Detroit rapper opens up and discusses a wide range of subjects. 

In the latest portion of the interview, which is the final in the series, Eminem talked about Joyner Lucas and praised the Worcester, Massachusetts-born MC. Lucas is featured on Eminem's Kamikaze track "Lucky You."

"He stood out so much to me. [...] He's not compromising bars to tell his story. He's still got complexity in there. [...] Yo, this kid is fucking incredible," Em said of Lucas.


— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) September 13, 2018


— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) September 15, 2018

Em also talked about Drake, who he had nothing but good things to say about, and rappers who use ghostwriters. "Drake is always going to be in my good graces because he did something for one of my daughters that I will never forget... I like Drake," he said in response to rumors he dissed the Canadian rapper on his track "Lucky You," in which Em raps:

I got a couple of mansions
Still I don't have any manners
You got a couple of ghost writers
But to these kids it don't actually matter
They're askin' me, "What the fuck happened to hip-hop?"
I said, "I don't have any answers."

When asked how he has gotten in such a good place and if he's been to therapy, Eminem responded: "Nah, my music is my therapy. [...] I write all the time, whether I use it or not. I write all the time and that's my best therapy is to be able to get stuff out."

Watch the final installment of Em's interview with Sway up top.