Eminem Calls on Big Sean & Babytron for ‘Tobey’: Stream It Now

Shady’s back, tell a friend! Eminem unveiled the second single from his upcoming album on Tuesday (July 2), and for “Tobey,” he tapped fellow Detroit natives Big Sean and Babytron as the featured artists. The song’s corresponding music video is set to arrive on Friday (July 5).


“Tobey” marks Em’s first collab with Babytron and fourth with Big Sean following their team-up in 2017 on I Decided’s “No Favors,” Detroit 2‘s “Friday Night Cypher” and ShadyXV‘s “Detroit Vs. Everybody.”

Eminem’s The Death of Slim Shady (Coup De Grâce) will serve as his 12th studio album and is slated to arrive on July 12. (The release date was announced the night before the arrival of “Tobey,” via a horror-themed trailer.) The album follows 2020’s Music to Be Murdered By, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 to give Eminem his historic 10th consecutive leader. He kicked off the highly anticipated album rollout for The Death of Slim Shady with his nostalgic “Houdini” single, which gave Em his highest charting track of the decade when it debuted at No. 2 on the Hot 100.

Em originally announced plans for the album shortly after his appearance at the 2024 NFL Draft in Detroit. He teased his own version of an Unsolved Mysteries episode featuring a cameo from 50 Cent. However, it was actually Dr. Dre who revealed the details about Eminem’s upcoming album during a late-night appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in March.

Stream “Tobey,” featuring Big Sean and Babytron, below.

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