Eminem Preps New Single “Tobey” With Big Sean & BabyTron Off Upcoming ‘The Death Of Slim Shady (Coup de Grâce)’ Album

Legendary rapper Eminem has once again captured the attention of fans and critics alike with the announcement of his latest single “Tobey,” featuring Detroit natives Big Sean and BabyTron. The news, shared on social media earlier today, was accompanied by a gripping black-and-white teaser that showcased Eminem in a hockey mask and wielding a chainsaw, setting the tone for what promises to be a thrilling musical experience.

In the teaser, as Eminem engages in a mysterious and bloody act, Big Sean and BabyTron stand by, adding an air of suspense to the scene. The camera pans out to reveal an ominous outline of a body, setting the stage for Big Sean’s opening lines, “Tobey Maguire got bit by a spider but see, me? It was a GOAT.” The collaboration between these three talented artists is sure to deliver a unique and captivating track that fans are eagerly anticipating.

“Tobey” is slated for release on Tuesday, July 2nd with a music video directed by Cole Bennett set to premiere on July 5. This single will serve as the second offering from Eminem’s upcoming album, The Death of Slim Shady (Coup de Grâce), scheduled to drop later this summer. The first single from the album, “Houdini,” made an impressive debut on the music charts, reaching No. 2 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and claiming the top spot on Billboard 200 Global.

This collaboration is not the first time Eminem and Big Sean have joined forces. Their previous work together includes the hit track “Detroit vs. Everybody” in 2014 and their collaboration on “No Favors” from Big Sean’s album I Decided in 2017. Eminem also made an appearance on Big Sean’s “Friday Night Cypher” from the 2020 album Detroit 2. Both artists recently performed at the Michigan Central Station reopening concert, solidifying their bond and shared dedication to their hometown of Detroit.

Joining Eminem and Big Sean on “Tobey” is the rising star BabyTron, a 24-year-old rapper hailing from Ypsilanti. BabyTron gained recognition for his talent with the release of his latest mixtape Case Dismissed in February. His rapid ascent in the music industry was acknowledged by XXL magazine in 2022 when they named him one of Michigan’s hottest new rap prospects in their Freshman 10 class. In a 2023 interview with The Detroit News, BabyTron expressed his ambition to reach the same level of fame as music icon Michael Jackson, showcasing his determination and drive to leave a lasting impact on the world of music.

As anticipation continues to build for the release of “Tobey,” fans can expect a dynamic and unforgettable collaboration between Eminem, Big Sean, and BabyTron that promises to make a lasting impression in the realm of hip-hop music.