Bloodhound Gang rapper Q-BALL spoke exclusively to nme.com about his collaboration with EMINEM at V2000 yesterday (August 20).
Q-Ball, who is currently working on a solo album, has been in talks with Marshall Mathers about guesting on one track, entitled ‘Drugs Are Bad’.
Speaking at the V2000 festival in Staffordshire, Q-Ball said: “Right now I got Methods Of Mayhem‘s Tommy Lee doing a song, I got Insane Clown Posse doing one and I was talking with Eminem. I got the track all done. it’s called ‘Drugs Are Bad’. I just got to meet up with him and see if he likes it.”
“In a nutshell, the lyrics are the wittiness of Bloodhound Gang and Eminem.”
He also revealed that other songs on the album would be more straightforward rock: “Some of the songs are heading like the Deftones, Limp Bizkit or something”.
At recent Bloodhound Gang shows, Q-Ball has been bursting into renditions of the Eminem/Dr Dre collaboration ‘Forgot About Dre’, and at the band’s Glastonbury show, Tommy Lee joined the band onstage and flashed at the audience.