The fourth and last part of Eminem's video interview with Sway has arrived, in which the legendary Detroit rapper delves into his latest album Kamikaze.

In the final segment, Eminem speaks on his childhood friend and colleague Proof, the now-disbanded group D12, the Grammy Awards, and even his relationship with Drake, which was called into question when Eminem seemed to touch on Drake's ghostwriter scandal by spitting "You got a couple of ghost writers / But to these kids it don't actually matter."

At the 2:20 mark in the video above, Eminem clarifies by noting “Drake is always going to be in my good graces because he did something for one of my daughters that I will never forget." Em squashes the supposed beef succinctly by saying "I like Drake."

Check the video above for the full interview, then rewind to parts one, two and three, for the full conversation between Sway and Eminem.

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