Skylar Grey & Eminem Take a Cue From Bonnie & Clyde for 'Kill for You': Listen
The two have partnered previously on a number of tracks: Grey's "C'Mon Let Me Ride," Dr. Dre's "I Need a Doctor," Slaughterhouse's "Our House" and Eminem's Rihanna-featuring duet "Love the Way You Lie," which Grey co-wrote, among others.
"Kill for You," which Eminem raps on and also produced, is an ominously soaring track that Grey told Rolling Stone was influenced by Bonnie and Clyde. While Grey promises to "kill for you," her partner in crime seems a bit more manipulative, rapping, "You always ride/ Whatever the plan is/ 'Til the end/ Even if I led us into an ambush."
"Since the first day I started writing 'Kill for You,' I thought the Bonnie and Clyde message would be more powerful as a duet," she said. "I was stoked when Marshall put a verse on it."
Listen to "Kill for You" here: