Eminem’s “Killshot” Sets New YouTube Record – Details Here!

September 19, 2018
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Eminem made his career battle rapping, so although Machine Gun Kelly came off on his Em diss track, “Rap Devil” it might not have been a wise shot. Em came back with his MGK response song called, “Killshot.” The song was so highly anticipated and such a banga that it received 38.1 million views in 24 hours and set a new YouTube record. Em’s “Killshot” in now the biggest Hip Hop video debut on YouTube and the third biggest debut ever on the platform.

Machine Gun Kelly on the other hand has been wearing Eminem’s “killshot” song as a badge of honor. In a recent show MGK displayed the cover art of “Killshot” as his stage backdrop. At another show, he rocked a “Killshot” t-shirt while he and the audience booed Em. While the latest shot in the Eminem and MGK battle has landed Em a new YouTube record, fans await the next move. In the meantime check out Eminem’s “Killshot” below.

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