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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In addition to the free DVD, for the first time Eminem's lyrics will be included in the CD packaging both so that fans can have them and to hopefully avoid his lyrics being misquoted since they can now be seen in context.
Next monthis issue features an extensive interview with the star and to celebrate the magazine was to issue three different versions, each with a different shot of Eminem.
Fans of Marshall Mathers (aka Eminem) will enjoy this introspective autobiography that focuses not on Eminem, or Slim Shady his alter ego, but instead reveals the stories behind Marshall Bruce ,Mathers' songs, as well as the meanings behind his favorite lyrics.
Besides Richard Kim's marvelously acute writings in The Nation, gay and lesbian criticism of Eminem has been mostly out to lunch.
It seems that Eminem is the only singer being bad-mouthed.
No one is obliged to listen to Cheney any more than they are obliged to listen to Eminem.
[USA] Sep 17 ( ANI ): Seems like the feud between American rappers Machine Gun Kelly and Eminem is not going to end anytime soon.
Eminem, the top-selling rapper of all time, addressed speculation of the relationship as he headlined the Governors Ball festival in New York -- although his phrasing was odd enough to leave lingering doubts.
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 Eminem connection was further strengthened by the fact that the E in REVIVAL was written backwards, the same way it is in the rapper's logo.
In an Instagram post promoting his album's 15th-anniversary re-release on Wednesday, Eminem (Marshall Mathers) revealed that the actor-comedian 'basically wrote' the album and cited Carey's drama flick 'The Truman Show,' which was about a man whose life was unsuspiciously streamed in a reality show for decades.