Eminem features alongside B Real on the 2003 Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. cut "911".
If you are wondering how Shady came to be on a track for the LA-based crew of Somana rappers, it had to do with their side gig as security.
According to Monsta Ganjah of the crew, Em was having some West Coast trouble. So his manager Paul Rosenberg gave them a call to see what they could do.
"Eminem was getting extorted by some Crips. Maybe he was paying them some money. I don't know about the exact details. But I do know that a few phone calls were made and that's how the feature came about. They was like 'anything in return, what do you want,' and I was like 'I want a feature from Em.' If you hear, what he says he's like '40, 50 Samoans.
Everywhere we go people know we roll deep as f*ck
Forty, fifty Samoans, they knowin' when D-Bo was
50, Tweezy, Obie, there won't be no ho in us," Em raps on the '911'.