Talk about a city uniting. After Eminem recruited Royce Da 5'9," Big Sean, Danny Brown and Dej Loaf for 'Detroit Vs. Everybody,' a slew of Motor City rhymers decided to jumped on the remix to create a massive hometown posse track.

The whopping 16-minute remix, includes 15 D-Town rappers and the song hits harder than a ton of concrete.

"What up though everybody, I'm Detroit so it's me versus everybody, if you ain't Detroit we all hood / Local gun smoke, a message from air traffic control, I'm doing them n----s bold," raps Trick Trick, adding, "Taken it back when rappers got beat up out they clothes, treat them like little h--s / Used to waking up with snitches hanging from light poles."

Other rappers on the song besides Trick, include Black Milk, Guilty Simpson, Payroll, Boldy James, Sino, Kid Vishis, Marv Won, Hyrdo, Denzel The Hitman, Detroit Che, Calicoe, Big Herk, Big Gov and Icewear Vezzo. All of them spit verses that are tough like their beloved city of Detroit.

The original version comes from Em's latest album 'Shady XV,' which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

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