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|Row 2 info = [[Hip hop music|Hip hop]], [[hardcore hip hop]], [[horrorcore]]
 
|Row 2 info = [[Hip hop music|Hip hop]], [[hardcore hip hop]], [[horrorcore]]
 
|Row 3 title = Years active
 
|Row 3 title = Years active
|Row 3 info = 1998-2002, 2011-present
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|Row 3 info = 1997-2002, 2011-present
 
|Row 4 title = Label
 
|Row 4 title = Label
 
|Row 4 info = Game Recordings (1998) <br> [[Shady Records]] (2011-present) <br> Interscope Records (2011-present)
 
|Row 4 info = Game Recordings (1998) <br> [[Shady Records]] (2011-present) <br> Interscope Records (2011-present)
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|Row 5 info = *[[Eminem]]
 
|Row 5 info = *[[Eminem]]
 
*[[Royce da 5'9"]]}}
 
*[[Royce da 5'9"]]}}
'''Bad Meets Evil''' is an American [[Hip hop music|hip hop]] duo from Detroit, Michigan, consisting of rappers [[Royce da 5'9"]] (Bad) and [[Eminem]] (Evil). The group was formed in 1998 through the duo's mutual friend [[Proof]]. Their discography consists of one EP and four singles. In 1998, the duo released a double non-album single, "[[Nuttin' to Do]]"/"Scary Movies"; the former peaked at #36 on the Hot Rap Songs chart. 
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'''Bad Meets Evil''' is an American [[Hip hop music|hip hop]] duo from Detroit, Michigan, consisting of rappers [[Royce da 5'9"]] (Bad) and [[Eminem]] (Evil). The group was formed in 1999 through the duo's mutual friend [[Proof]]. Their discography consists of one EP and four singles. In 1998, the duo released a double non-album single, "[[Nuttin' to Do]]"/"Scary Movies"; the former peaked at #36 on the Hot Rap Songs chart. 
   
 
The duo broke up after a feud developed between Royce and the members of Eminem's other group, [[D12]]. The feud ended when Proof was killed in April 2006, and Eminem and Royce reconciled. After Royce's supergroup [[Slaughterhouse]] signed to Eminem's record label [[Shady Records]], a reunion of Bad Meets Evil followed with the extended play ''[[Hell: The Sequel]]'', which was released in 2011 and reached #1 on the ''Billboard'' 100. The EP's lead single "[[Fast Lane]]" peaked at #32 on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100, while the second single "[[Lighters]]", featuring Bruno Mars, reached #4 on the same chart. The duo returned in 2014 for the 15 year anniversary album of Shady Records, ''[[SHADYXV]]'', with the song "Vegas", and again 2015 to record two tracks for the boxing film ''Southpaw'', titled "All I Think About" and "Raw". 
 
The duo broke up after a feud developed between Royce and the members of Eminem's other group, [[D12]]. The feud ended when Proof was killed in April 2006, and Eminem and Royce reconciled. After Royce's supergroup [[Slaughterhouse]] signed to Eminem's record label [[Shady Records]], a reunion of Bad Meets Evil followed with the extended play ''[[Hell: The Sequel]]'', which was released in 2011 and reached #1 on the ''Billboard'' 100. The EP's lead single "[[Fast Lane]]" peaked at #32 on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100, while the second single "[[Lighters]]", featuring Bruno Mars, reached #4 on the same chart. The duo returned in 2014 for the 15 year anniversary album of Shady Records, ''[[SHADYXV]]'', with the song "Vegas", and again 2015 to record two tracks for the boxing film ''Southpaw'', titled "All I Think About" and "Raw". 
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