"Shit on You" is the title of a song by American rap group D12. It was their commercial debut single, released in March 2001. It achieved some success by reaching the top 10 of the UK Singles Chart. It was not included on the American edition of their 2001 debut studio album Devil's Night, but was included as a bonus track on the UK, European and Australian releases, and also on the deluxe edition of Eminem's solo album, Curtain Call: The Hits.
The song features references to John Candy, JonBenét Ramsey, where one of the verses said "Got JonBenet Ramsey in my '98 Camry", Richard Pryor, and Steve Stout, while Eminem's line referring to the band as "five more zany-actin' maniacs in action" harks back to his original underground album Infinite. Detroit rapper Royce Da 5'9", who at the time was beefing with D12, made a song called "Shit on U" as a diss track using the "Shit on You" beat. Proof, the only group member not to rap in the original song, also utilised the beat in a solo cover version called "Shoot At You" in 2002, available from his website. The song was also a b-side on the follow-up single Purple Pills in some countries.
The video was shot on location in Detroit, the group performing in various locations around their home city, such as Fox Theatre, Brewster-Douglass Housing Projects, the Joe Louis Memorial, Michigan Central Station, Comerica Park, and Runyon Avenue. The entire video is in black-and-white, apart from some cutaway sequences, including Bizarre living in a run-down house, Eminem as an angry old man, a cut scene where Eminem is at his old house and when Proof is with the chicks. Although Proof does not appear in the song, he provides a spoken introduction to the video, and is seen alongside his bandmates.