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.
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.”