Further praising the track -- which is the first song the 45-year-old rapper has released since 2013 -- she continued, "I admire Eminem so much because when I listen to his song ...it made me tear up because it is a lot of pressure, you know what I mean? You want to make sure you deliver and give the absolute best for your fans.."
Rowland is also planning her return to music. "My fans are mad at me now since I'm coming up on my fifth year, [and] I haven't released music," she quipped. "They're like, 'What is wrong with you?' It's so much hesitation 'cause you want to give them the best so you'll second guess or doubt yourself."
Bringing it back to Eminem, Rowland noted, "I'm happy that he's in a space. I get the space he's in now. Like, he's an animal and I'm an animal right now. So, when I heard that record, I was like, 'Oh, he's in his element.'"