P!nk has become a regular collaborator of Em’s over the last decade. After coming together to record “Won’t Back Down” from his 2010 album “Recovery”, the duo re-teamed in 2012 for “Here Comes The Weekend”, off P!nk’s album “The Truth About Love”. Five years later, they’re back together again on “Revenge”, the second single off P!nk’s latest LP, “Beautiful Trauma”.
Perhaps the only woman more prominent than P!nk in Eminem’s catalogue, Rihanna first teamed up with the Detroit native on 2010’s “Love The Way You Lie”, which spent seven weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The pair reunited for a “Part II” of the hit track later that year, and again in 2012 for Riri’s track “Numb”. The duo even earned a Grammy together, winning Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for their 2013 single “The Monster”.
In 2002, Curtis Jackson got the break of a lifetime when Eminem heard his music and connected him with Dr. Dre, introducing the world to 50 Cent. The "In Da Club" rapper has collaborated with his mentor many times over the years, and he's never forgotten where he got his start; posting this image on Instagram in 2015, he wrote, "I only needed a shot and he gave it to me."
Of course, Eminem had to get his start somewhere, too. It was after record executive Jimmy Iovine played Em's "Slim Shady EP" for Dr. Dre that the N.W.A. founding member took Slim Shady under his wing, kicking off a string of collabs including "Guilty Conscience", "Crack A Bottle" and "Forgot About Dre", which still regularly pops up in the clubs.
Nicki Minaj made a major splash on her debut album, “Pink Friday” with features from hip-hop heavyweights including Lil Wayne, Kanye West, and of course, Eminem. The femcee enlisted Em for “Roman’s Revenge”, a scathing diss track frequently cited as a standout from the 2010 LP.
Even as he was just making his ascent to the top of the rap game, Drake still managed to snag the biggest names in the genre for his 2009 single "Forever". The track, assisted by Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Slim Shady, is still a favourite among the Toronto rapper's fans.
After the success of his 2010 album "Recovery", Eminem revived Bad Meets Evil, the hip-hop duo consisting of himself and longtime friend Royce Da 5'9". Together, they released "Hell: The Sequel" in 2011, featuring the Bruno Mars-assisted hit single "Lighters".
Lil Wayne is no stranger to Eminem, either. Aside from Drake's "Forever", the pair dropped two massive collaborations in 2010: Wayne's rock-infused "Drop The World" and Em's "No Love", which samples Haddaway's dance hit "What Is Love".