Jessie Reyez and Eminem Are Dangerously in Love on 'Coffin'

Jessie Reyez
Brittany Daigle

Jessie Reyez photographed on March 3, 2020 at Demi Studio in Toronto.

The third time is definitely the charm when it comes to Jessie Reyez and Eminem. The dynamic duo get together on the homicidally sweet love ballad "Coffin" on Reyez's long-awaited debut album, Before Love Came to Kill Us, which dropped on Friday morning (March 27). The deceptively sugary track is a chronicle of an obsessive love that might just land the couple in a grave built for two.

"We fought until the sun rose And I still ain't been to bed (bed, bed)/ And while you got your eyes closed/ The devil wakes up in my (head, head)/ He told me that you hate me/ And you blame me
And you said that you wish that you were dead/ So I write a little note out/ Suicidal love roulette," Reyez sings over gently strummed guitar.

What kind of maniacal love is this? The kind that makes her want to jump off a roof and order a coffin built for two because she loves him like that, "just like a fool." It's the third time Em and Reyez have collaborated, following "Nice Guy" and "Good Guy," which were appeared on Em's 2018 Kamikaze album. And in keeping with Marshall's love-you-to-death fetish, his verse is full of amore, hate and everything in between.

"Almost had a child with you Would've settled down with you/ Now put you in the ground and bury myself with you/ I don't get you, it's as if you're drowning/ I stick my hand out, but you fool me/ You're just trying to pull me down with you (down with you)/ Thought it was you my world revolve around ('round)," Em spits in a vicious verse that also ends with him pledging his endless love.

Listen to "Coffin" below.