50 Cent and Eminem reunite on "Remember the Name," a new song from Ed Sheeran's Collaborations No. 6 album.

On "Remember the Name," which dropped in the U.S. on Friday (July 12), Sheeran does some light rapping on the track while 50 and Em come with some bars about their come up.

50 Cent has been telling his followers about his collab with Sheeran and Em since last year. Back in December 2018, the Power creator revealed that he recorded a new song with his former Shady Records boss and the pop singer.

"I recorded a song last night with Eminem & ED Sheeran, I had fun doing it we got some heat. #lecheminduroi #bellator," 50 Cent said about the collaboration in December 2018.

Then, last month, Sheeran revealed the star-studded tracklist for his upcoming No. 6 Collaborations, which features "Remember the Name" and other joint efforts with Cardi B, Chance The Rapper, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and more.

This is Eminem's second record with the singer. Earlier this year, Sheeran appeared on Em's buzzworthy track "River" from the Detroit rapper's 2018 Kamikaze album.

Listen to "Remember the Name" below.

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