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.
“I ain’t mad, get at me Slim, if you don’t, then I’ll get at you. Peace and love yo, Stan’s little bro, Matthew.” Back in 2000, Eminem opened the world up to the mind of a crazed fan with the track “Stan” from The Marshall Mathers LP. Although many thought the story ended with him […]
“Making Relapse, I was still working the drugs out of my system, so there was a lot of…just jokey Shyte. It was a lot of punchline-y, funny, shock value-kind of going back to The Slim Shady LP.” Many fans may have been heavily disheartened when the news dropped that Relapse 2 was placed on hold […]