Eminem


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Eminem

(ˌɜmɪˈnɜm)
n
(Biography) real name Marshall Mathers III. born 1972, US White rap performer noted for his controversial lyrics; recordings include The Slim Shady LP (1999) and The Eminem Show (2002); he also starred in the film 8 Mile (2002)
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Eminem, 45, said last week his fans were divided about his Trump attacks.
In his song "Castle," Eminem looked back and shared how fatherhood changed him and seemed to refer to his near-fatal overdose on methadone in 2007.
The top-selling rapper in history rips into Trump on "Revival," his first studio album in four years, in which Eminem openly muses on whether he can stay relevant as his career enters its third decade.
Eminem had his first official record deal with FBT Productions back in 1992, which were owned by the brothers Mark and Jeff Bass.
Eminem has been keeping details about his ninth studio album, including its title and release date under wraps.
New Delhi [India], July 8 ( ANI ): Imagine what the world of rap would have been, if it did not have Eminem in it.
The fact that the Royal Parks turned Eminem down is their loss, frankly.
And, the good news is, Eminem overwhelmingly succeeds.
Miad Jarbou says he was at a urinal when Eminem - real name Marshall Bruce Mathers III - came in.
Indeed, Eminem has shown himself to be uniquely attuned to public anxieties over the mass production and distribution of images.
Eminem has used a tormented relationship with his high school sweetheart as a source of his most popular rhymes, killing her off in song and attacking her in his lyrics.
Like Esther's obsession, the fictional T Cooper's identification with Eminem is more complicated than it seems.