As usual, the album includes a number of potential headline-spawning lines from the 48-year-old Shady co-founder. Atypical for an Em album rollout, however, is the fact that the most-discussed track so far—the White Gold-featuring "Zeus"—is notable for including an apology from the artist about a decade-old track that leaked in 2019.
The leak in question, as was widely reported at the time, saw Em rapping "Of course I side with Chris Brown." In "Zeus," Em offers a "wholehearted" apology to Rihanna.
Across the rest of the new album, out everywhere now, the 2003 Oscar winner makes mention of a range of other artists. Not all of these mentions, it should be noted, qualify as disses. Em also speaks on police brutality protests, mid-pandemic MAGA rallies, and more.
Below, we've rounded up a list of key moments from the second chapter of Music to Be Murdered By.