“It’s something that, you know, [Eminem and I have] both experienced, you know, on different sides, different ends of the table,” she said.
“It just was authentic. It was real. It was believable for us to do a record like that, but it was also something that needed to be done, and the way he did it was so clever,” Ri added. “He pretty much just broke down the cycle of domestic violence, and it’s something that a lot people don’t have a lot of insight on, so this song is a really, really powerful song, and it touches a lot of people.”