Rap God was released seven years ago today, and it holds the record for 'Fastest rap in a number one song' with 97 syllables in 15 seconds (6.6 words per second). In Godzilla, he surpassed this with 225 words in 30 seconds—7.5 words per second. That's faster than anyone else in history.
Godzilla broke his own record three months later when he hit 205 words in 30 seconds with No Way Out. That's 7.5 words per second - same as Rap God.
He also has the record for longest single word in a rap verse with "nuclear". He dropped off the record list after that.
There are lots of other records that have been broken since then, most notably by Master P who sang 16 times in 10 minutes in 1994 with no breaks. The record is 17 times in 10 minutes by Eminem two years later. It's estimated that he sings once every 90 seconds.
In conclusion, the world record for fastest rap is held by Godzilla and it's 7.5 words per second.
Eminem is one of the world's quickest rappers. He holds the Guinness World Record for rapping the most words in a popular track. The quickest verse in Rap God has 9.6 syllables per second. He rapped at 12.5 syllables per second in Speedom starring Tech N9ne, his quickest ever. This makes him the fastest rapper in the world.
Eminem has also been praised for his contribution to the hip-hop culture with his albums being successful among both white and black audiences. His lyrics often include references to drugs and violence which have made him one of the most controversial artists in the US. However, he has also been criticized for glorifying these subjects.
In addition to writing songs, Eminem performs them live with full band support. His fast-paced style combines freestyling with written rhyme schemes. His rapid-fire delivery usually leaves no time for pause or reflection between bars. This allows him to cover many topics within a short space of time. He has been praised for his ability to change styles within a song and has been called "the poet of chaos" for his unpredictable performances.
Eminem was born on August 17th, 1970 in St. Joseph, Michigan. He started making music at the age of 14 when he released his first album titled Infinite (1999). It reached number one on the Billboard 200 album chart.
Eminem's new song "Godzilla" has just set a new world record for the fastest rap verse. On the track's third verse, the controversial rapper spits bars at 10.65 syllables per second. This month, rapper Eminem made an unexpected reappearance with his 10th studio album, Music to Be Murdered By. The new record sets a new world record for the fastest rap verse.
The previous record was held by Cam'ron, who dropped a rhyme at 12 words per second in 2006. With these new figures, it looks like Eminem is still reigning supreme as the best rapper in the world.
In case you were wondering, yes, this is a real thing. Japan's Hoshino Memorial Museum awarded the record to Eminem last year after he donated $100,000 to the museum for an exhibition dedicated to his work. The money will be used to purchase new equipment for the museum's recording studio.
Eminem released his latest album, Music to Be Murdered By, on January 15.