The downtempo track features empowered verses by both rappers, as well as an undeniable hook from Mars in which he sings:
"This one's for you and me, living out our dreams / We're all right where we should be / Lift my arms out wide I open my eyes / And now all I wanna see / Is a sky full of lighters / A sky full of lighters."
The Detroit hip-hop stars each offer rhymes about their rise to stardom, and Royce even takes a jab at another celebrated artist. He says, "I remember when T-Pain ain't wanna work with me / My car starts itself, parks itself and autotunes."
'Lighters' is the second song from the duo's upcoming album, 'Hell: The Sequel,' which is due out on June 14. The release follows their lead track, 'Fast Lane,' which hit the airwaves in early May.
"Royce and I started hanging out again and inevitably that led us back into the studio," Eminem said in a press release. "At first, we were just seeing where it went without any real goal in mind, but the songs started to come together crazy, so here we are."
Listen to Bad Meets Evil's new song, 'Lighters,' on AOL Radio's New Hip-Hop First station.