With just days away before the release of 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2,’ Eminem made his sixth musical appearance on 'Saturday Night Live' over the weekend. The Detroit rhyme-slinger perform two joints from the LP, 'Berzerk' and 'Survival,' respectively.

Joining Em for his first set was legendary producer Rick Rubin on the turntables. Dressed in an olive-colored parka, black skull cap and shades, DJ Rubin cued up Billy Squier’s 'The Stroke' from which 'Bezerk' is sampled from before launching into the Beastie Boys-inspired song.

Em was in full Slim Shady mode as he rock the mic behind his powerhouse band and even let DJ Rubin scratch a couple of familiar breakbeats.

Later in the show, Eminem returned to perform 'Survival' with pop singer Skylar Grey. Clad in a snow camouflage jacket, the Shady Records CEO ripped through his anthemic song, while Grey sang the battle-crying chorus.

Watch Eminem Perform 'Survival' with Skylar Grey on 'SNL'