I'm off running, so get off of me
I'm not slowing or softening
No Apologies by Eminem

Just a warning of how big a waste of time it is to try to get him to give up, since he is such a stubborn bastard.

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So, stop dwelling No Apologies by Eminem

There are a lot of people who would love to see Eminem fall off, and are just waiting around until it happens. Em tells them they are better off not waiting, it isn’t happening anytime soon.

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So quick this dynamite stick, bury the wick
It's gonna ex-plode any minute
No Apologies by Eminem

Eminem compares his rage towards these critics to a burning stick of dynamite; either of them could go off at any second.

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martin
August 26th, 2013

Eminem makes “This dynamite stick” sound like “Get down on my dick”.

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Quick-witted for every lyric spitted
There are 6 critics who wait, for me to slip with it
No Apologies by Eminem

His writing styles are wildly popular, but also very controversial and hated by some. He feels the pressure for every line to be on point because he knows that one bad one will lead to him getting criticized.

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Dick-headed a prick, a big headache I'm sick No Apologies by Eminem

Eminem is proud to say that he is an asshole.

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Hoppin' out with two broken legs
Trying to walk it off
Forgot About Dre by Dr. Dre (Ft. Eminem)

There is some serious sarcasm going on in this line. With two broken legs it would be almost impossible to move, nevermind hop. But Em is so drunk and impervious to pain that he tries to just “walk it off”, despite the fact he can’t physically walk.

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[Verse 3: Eminem] What's the Difference by Dr. Dre (Ft. Eminem & Xzibit)

This verse was important for Eminem’s career in two respects; the first being that this was most likely his first exposure to “hip-hop heads” who wrote off his debut LP as a gimmick. The second was that it proved that Dr. Dre didn’t just sign Eminem to make money off the white community, there was actual love and respect between them, which we didn’t see very often on The Slim Shady LP.

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[Verse 2: Eminem] Forgot About Dre by Dr. Dre (Ft. Eminem)

Despite the popularity of The Slim Shady LP, a lyrical white rapper was too much of a novelty at the time for some people to even give it a listen. A lot of people heard Eminem for the first time on these 2001 verses, which was considered a true gangster rap album, not “white rap”. Since he did so well on this album with verses like this one and “What’s The Difference?”, it converted a lot of fans and made them give The SSLP a chance. That is what led to the huge popularity and massive record sales of The Marshall Mathers LP.

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Now-a-days everybody wanna talk like they got somethin' to say
But nothin' comes out when they move their lips
Just a bunch'a gibberish
And motherfuckers act like they forgot about Dre
Forgot About Dre by Dr. Dre (Ft. Eminem)

There was a huge layoff between Dre’s debut The Chronic (1992) and 2001 (1999), and in between the two albums Dre left Death Row in 1996. In the meantime, Suge Knight put out a record titled Suge Knight Represents: Chronic 2000, which contained multiple disses of Dre for leaving the Row. It even took the title of what Dre planned to name this album, so Dre decided to one up him with 2001 (2001>2000). But as far as anyone else cares, if Suge and his artists are trying to call out Dre while he’s still around, their whole album was really just a bunch of noise.

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[Verse 3] Lose Yourself by Eminem

It becomes clear later in the verse that this is from the perspective of Marshall Mathers himself, not B-Rabbit the character.

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