The whole trivial procedure of who decides who gets to be in the limelight is a thing of the past, and that not only puts a huge degree of pressure on content creators of all kinds but also forces them to evolve, as that is the only way they’ll stay in the game. Forfeiting just isn’t an option.

Speaking of content creation, we will be shedding light onto the ever booming rap genre of the music industry. Amidst many names that one might have heard when rap comes to mind, the white sheep amidst the predominantly black herd so happens to be Marshall Mathers.

Won’t the real Slim Shady, please stand up?

YouTuber Benjamin Roberts claims to have spent over 100 hours on what looks like Rick Sanchez lip syncing to Eminem’s Rap God. When you take a look at the video, the fairly normal looking intro that phases into a jaw-dropping selection of scenes spliced perfectly together, which flow impeccably well into each other does not take long for the viewer to groove into.

The video went viral for all the right reasons before the popularity reached its peak and the video was unfortunately taken down due to copyright claims.

As obvious as things get, the video had already been streamed way over a million times and some good internet folks have re-uploaded it, a lot of which is still available on YouTube if searched under the caption "Rick and Morty Rap God."

Being the proud hustler to make it to where he is now, Marshall Bruce Mathers aka Eminem is a household name to many starting right from the late nineties.

From spitting verses in the streets to make dollars in the sheets, he is the only caucasian rap artist to have made it big huge. Constantly refining his art despite massive personal and professional hiccups, Eminem has proven time and time again that he is unstoppable and an absolute force to be reckoned with.

One of the most notable masterpieces to have been born out of Eminem resides in the album “The Marshall Mathers LP 2” released in 2013.

Nominated for the Grammy’s in the Best Rap Performance category, the mind-boggling rap score that is aptly titled “Rap God” is written and performed to solely showcase the supposed evolution of Eminem as a rap artist.

To be able to spit as many words as he can in this track, although a lot many of those words many to make a whole lot of sense, seems to have his fandom and people new to the rap scene soaked in a hair-raising experience.

As glorious as the internet has proven to be ever since its inception, one genius YouTuber took the time to give birth to what is still celebrated as one of the best versions of Rap God on the internet.

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It won’t be too much of a surprise if Eminem did make a surprise appearance as one of the voice actors in the upcoming season of Rick and Morty. Kanye West seems to already be in the bandwagon, and by the looks of it, nothing can stop co-creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, or the show's momentum.