Jake Bass teases Linkin Park & Eminem collaboration

Eminem photo by Natalie Somekh / Mike Shinoda and Chester Bennington photo via @hotshinoda

Jake Bass, who has recently became a touring member of D12, playing guitar with them internationally, tweeted a picture of himself in the studio with Draven Sebastian Bennington, a son of lead vocalist of Linkin Park, late Chester Bennington, who is also a musician, dropping his debut single last year.

In the caption, Jake Bass wrote: “When two worlds collide… 2nd Generation!!! Y’all ain’t ready for this music!!! @dravenbstudios @linkinpark @eminem #DravenBennington #JakeBass #LinkinPark #Eminem #BocaJMusic #BassmentSounds,” hinting on Linkin Park and Eminem collaboration song? Or maybe a remix or something?


Last year, Draven Bennington also posted a picture with Jake Bass, who is a son of Jeff Bass of Bass Brothers, with the caption: “There are no amount of words to express how amazing last week was!

I’m still buzzing off all the energy! Thank you so much @mrjakebass @fbt_studios for taking me in open arms and letting me make magic with you guys!

I can’t wait to come back out there soon! Motown here we come! Also thank you so much to the amazing artists @lazdetroit and @aproposmusic you guys are so supportive and helpful and make me feel right at home in the studio! I can’t wait to see what we collab on!


One fan on X commented: “Eminem // Linkin Park collab ????? Granted this would’ve been way bigger in like 2004 I’m still excited for that mashup.

Another said: “It’s crazy cause Linkin Park and Eminem are my all time favourites. Meteora is actually my fav album ever.” Someone on reddit said: “Teenage me would s–t a brick.” Another said: “Please delete this whole thread. Lol.

As a LP fan, it is most definitely Chester’s son and he is an awful artist who has been trying get some clout for his s–tty songs by dragging his dad or Linkin Park’s name into it.

His mom is Chester’s ex-wife who sued Chester’s estate for child support and royalties like 3 months after he died. Draven here hates the rest of Chester’s family and the rest of Linkin Park as well.


He’s 21 now so he can take the heat.” Someone replied: “After a quick mental breakdown I realized Jake is just clout chasing and worked on some music with Chester’s son 🙁 Nothing to do with Em or LP.

Couple of months ago, Linkin Park’s co-lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist, keyboardist, primary songwriter and producer Mike Shinoda talked about possible Eminem collaboration during his question and answer session on Twitch: “Am I gonna collab with Eminem? Probably not.

I think Eminem is incredible but it’s not on to-do list. Do I want to battle Eminem? You mean imagine me like a toddler getting blown up by a nuclear weapon? Eminem is the greatest freestyle rapper, greatest battle rapper of all time. I don’t give a s–t what anybody says.”

In November 2016, Jake and F.B.T. Productions co-produced and performed the instrumentation on the 20th anniversary remix of Eminem’s 1996 debut single “Infinite”, and produced the mini-documentary Partners In Rhyme: The True Story of Infinite.

The single, available for the first time digitally, entered Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales chart at No. 9 with 28,000 downloads sold in its first week.

The remix also entered the Digital Song Sales chart at No. 21, the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at No. 37, the Spotify Viral 50 chart at No. 47 and The Hot 100 at No. 97.

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