Released June 14, 2011. Hell: The Sequel Tracklist. 1. Welcome 2 Hell Lyrics. A ‘Deluxe’ version was also released on the same day with two additional songs, Living Proof and Echo.
Bad Meets Evil" (the song): "See you in Hell for the sequel, bad meets evil. If true rap nerds, even the haters, are impressed, they’ll find themselves equally excited about the rest of Hell’s offerings. Of course, "Loud Noises," the lone posse cut with Slaughterhouse, provides the most fuel for debate-for my money Crooked I came out on top on "Noises"-but Welcome to Hell will also keep people talking.
Released on June 13, 2011 by Shady Records. Main artist: Bad Meets Evil. Genre: Rap. Listen to this album with our unlimited streaming subscriptions. Enjoy this album from Bad Meets Evil on the Qobuz apps thanks to your subscription.
Record Label: Interscope. Release Date: Jun 14, 2011. The pair spew acid-tongued battle raps that shout down celebrities (Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber join the hit list with obsessive conviction, but the Bruno Mars-produced pop nugget ''Lighters'' makes the rest of Hell: The Sequel's dark leanings more fulfilling. 80. If you've ever found yourself pouring over the lyrics to a Eminem or Royce song, trying to break down each metaphor and punchline, you'll eat Hell up.
Bad Meets Evil first album release. ad Meets Evil - Welcome 2 Hell. ad Meets Evil - Fast Lane. ad Meets Evil - The Reunion. ad Meets Evil - Above The Law. ad Meets Evil - IÃ¢â¬â¢m On Everything. ad Meets Evil - A Kiss. ad Meets Evil, Bruno Mars - Lighters. ad Meets Evil - Take From Me. ad Meets Evil - Loud Noises. ad Meets Evil - Living Proof. ad Meets Evil - Echo.
Bad Meets Evil' is an American hip hop duo composed of Detroit-based rappers, Royce da 5'9" (Bad) and Eminem (Evil). Bad Meets Evil was formed in 1998, thanks to the duo's mutual friend, Proof. Their discography consists of one extended play (EP) and four singles.
Bad Meets Evil: Hell Tha Sequel.
Fast-forward to 2011 and this EP re-launches the project, although fans have already been notified that Hell: The Sequel is a collection of tracks so excuse the mess. Everything else works just fine, with Royce displaying growth and superior skills that casual fans have slept on, while Em puts one foot in the past where gross humor ( Tell Lady Gaga she can quit her job at the post office/She’s.