Jack Harlow has made a pretty bold claim in one of his newest songs as part of his latest album Jackman.
On Friday (28 April), the US rapper released his latest offering, leaving fans of the genre excited for something new to jam to.
One of Harlow's newest tracks to have garnered a lot of attention in the music industry is a song titled 'They Don't Love It'.
In this song, Harlow calls himself 'the hardest white boy since the one who rapped about vomit and sweaters', which is of course a reference to Eminem's famous line in 'Lose Yourself'.
He then drops bars as to why he takes the converted silver medal spot, but does not drop any names of who he beats in the process.
Despite that, Harlow does provides a list of reason as to why he thinks he is only behind Eminem when it comes to white rappers.
"And hold the comments 'cause I promise you I'm honestly better than whoever came to your head right then," Harlow rapped as he dissed all of his competitors.
He continued: "They ain't cut from the same thread like him. They don't study, doin' work to get ahead like him.
"They don't toss and turn in the f*****' bed like him, 'cause they don't love it."
Harlow's latest album comes as he is about to make his feature film debut in the Hulu remake of White Men Can't Jump.
Jackman, takes the rapper back to his Kentucky roots, after many criticised his last album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, for being too commercial.
While it may have seemed that Eminem was on top of the world with tracks such as 'The Real Slim Shady' and 'Sing for the Moment', he was actually fighting a crippling addiction.
The artist has been rather open about his battles and demons in the past, revealing he was once taking up to 30 Vicodin (an opioid that treats severe pain) a day as well as 'anywhere from 40 to 60 Valium' (a benzodiazepine that can help people be calm).
During the documentary How To Make Money Selling Drugs, Eminem said: "I don't know at what point exactly it started to be a problem. I just remember liking it more and more."