Since his sub-par Recovery album, I haven't seen much of Eminem. And 50 Cent? I rarely listen to him. I don't think either of those artists have done anything for at least half a year, but here they are, back, and good as ever! Adam Levine from Maroon 5 also stars in the song, to perform a pwerful chorus. Even though I like this song, I think you should wait until you're a teenager to hear it. Here's why:
VIOLENCE: Mild. Both 50 and Eminem use some violent metaphors against their critics, such as "I was in the f***ing shed sharpening my machete" and "Maybe I should go crazy/Maybe I should do it 3am in the morning like Shady". This site has blown those references out of proportion, as I definitely don't think this song is that bad, as far as rappers go, and the violence is only mild. The song also has quite a dark theme.
SEXUAL CONTENT: Moderate. One particularly crude metaphorical sexual reference, directed at two rappers, that also uses the word "d**k". A similar slang term appears very quickly in Eminem's verse.
LANGUAGE: Strong. I think I counted around 22 swear words in this song. There's a lot of language, especially during Eminem's verse. Let's see, there's "f**k", "c**k", "d**k", "p***y", "b***h", "n****", and "s**t". Still, it's nothing that a teenager hasn't heard before.
SUBSTANCE USE: Very mild. It mentions the word "lacing" to describe making a song better, and also implies that 50 Cent used to be a drug-dealer. No graphic terms are used for this, and you won't even get it if you don't know about his past.