When Lil’ Jon Gave a Gnarly Rap Over Slayer

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Rap and metal are two genres that, when blended together, result in one hell of an awesome time.

While rap metal and nu-metal are perfect examples of this, there have also been times when rappers have rhymed over metal instrumentation – like Lil Jon.

Back in 2004, the rapper put out his studio album titled Crunk Juice; while jam-packed with loads of awesome tracks, there is one in particular that comes as a big surprise, given that it involves actual instrumentation from thrash legends Slayer.

The instrumentation behind the track, titled “Stop Fuckin’ With Me,” involves the Slayer songs “Raining Blood” and “Mandatory Suicide” – with the instrumentation from each song remixed together.

Lil Jon raps over the instrumentation, and between his rapping and the instrumentals – “Stop Fuckin’ Wit Me” makes for an absolutely awesome banger.

If you somehow have never heard this song before, you can check it out below.

It is awesome to hear two iconic Slayer songs remixed together and used as part of a rap track. What instrumentals from other metal bands do you think would be cool to hear rappers rhyme over? What are some metal and rap collabs you think would be exciting to hear?

Recently, we wrote up a feature covering 10 awesome rap metal bands (with said list featuring a nice balance between legendary bands and some awesome newcomers). If you want to check out that feature and see what bands and artists made the list, you can do so by following the link below.

The 10 Rap Metal Bands That Are Actually Great

When it comes to other Slayer-related stories, are you familiar with the Slayer song that band guitarist Kerry King despises? Also, are you familiar with what Slipknot singer Corey Taylor‘s favorite Slayer album happens to be? If you want to find out the answer to both of these, you can follow the respective links to each story below.

The Slayer Song That Kerry King ‘F***ing Despises’

Slipknot's Corey Taylor Names His Favorite Slayer Album