While Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine have their own legal headaches at the moment, the third member of the Aftermath trinity in Eminem is looking at an inevitable payout over an uncleared sample from his 2013 hit, “Rap God.”
The dysfunctional relationship between Eminem and his mother, Debbie Mathers has been well documented to the point where their drama became a Billboard hit. After more than a decade of the unapologetic and disrespectful “Cleaning Out My Closet” burning in the membrane of rap listeners, rap’s most successful artist is doing his part to make […]
After a brief preview, Eminem and Rihanna’s catharsis meets pop ploy video to “The Monster” has finally arrived. Since the single is still performing exceptionally well on radio stations nationwide, it was only right it be put into motion picture format.
We’re not ordinarily in the business of featuring trailers, since they’re, quite frankly, bullsh*t. However, things were too intriguing in the preview clip for Eminem‘s “The Monster,” featuring Rihanna, to ignore.
Rick Rubin is a legend in the world of Hip-Hop, co-founding Def Jam Records with Russell Simmons in the 1980s. Rubin discussed his career, being white and Jewish in Hip-Hop, working with Eminem and more in a recent Shade 45 chat with DJ Whoo Kid.
Eminem channels his inner Max Headroom for the video for “Rap God” off of his Marshall Mathers LP 2 album.
Fans, take a look at your copies of Eminem‘s The Marshall Mathers LP and The Marshall Mathers LP 2 and notice the difference in his childhood home’s appearance. Apparently, the boarded up property seen on the latter signaled an end of days for the space, because the house was demolished by the state of Michigan Wednesday, November 20.
Parts three and four a BBC 1’s host Zane Lowe’s discussion with Eminem are here. With that, we receive more candid words from the MC’s recollection of making The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
Just because his new album was christened with a platinum certification doesn’t mean Eminem is ready to rest on his laurels. The Marshall Mathers LP 2’s third video is set to be the most anticipated one yet, as it features Redhead Riri for “The Monster.”
The following news should come as no surprise but Eminem’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2 has been certified platinum by the RIAA just two weeks after its release.
UPDATE: Part two of Eminem’s candid interview with Zane Lowe can be found on the second page. Today, we receive part one of BBC 1 host Zane Lowe‘s discussion with Eminem. As the trifecta in a streak of interviews that includes popular conversations with Jay Z and Kanye West, Lowe sticks to the script by […]
All the promotion and ubiquity for Eminem’s MMLP2 were not conducted in vain. As expected, the Grammy Award-winning rapper’s album took the top spot on the Billboard charts.
Good songs don’t just happen overnight–or do they? Buckshot speaks on the contrary as he recounts the moments leading up to him recording with Eminem for “Don’t Front.”
It takes an artist of Eminem‘s pedigree to inspire BET to bring Rap City back — even if just for a day.
Hold the phone. For one day only (November 6), BET’s classic show Rap City will return to television sets with the one and only Eminem serving as the special guest
As the story goes, Eminem was almost a member of Duck Down Records prior to becoming the top artist on Dr. Dre’s Aftermath imprint. That said, it only made sense for the Detroit MC to take it back to the 90s on his MMLP2 bonus track, “Don’t Front,” featuring Buckshot of Black Moon.
We tried to tell you Eminem was going to be everywhere this fourth quarter. From lighting up the weekend on SNL to closing out the first-ever YouTube Awards, Slim Shady is on that #1 spot and, at press time, his MMLP2 has yet to be released.
Eminem followed up his Saturday Night Live performance with an appearance at the first annual YouTube Music Awards. There, he gave a live rendition of “Rap God” from The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
Eminem took his rap theatrics to the Saturday Night Live stage last night (Nov. 2). Slim Shady performed a pair of singles from his forthcoming the Marshall Mathers LP 2 album; “Berzerk” and “Survival.”