Eminem


About Eminem

A hip-hop icon who started off as an underground battle rapper in Detroit. Marshall “Eminem” Mathers has developed a career full of contradictions; wild swings; and some of the most noteworthy hip-hop of the past decade.

Produced and co-signed by Dr. Dre, Em had an unprecedented run of success from 1999 up through 2003, releasing three well-reviewed, multi-platinum albums, stealing the show on countless collaborations, and even starring in a hit movie.

However, it all came crashing down around 2004, when a string of problems ranging from drug dependence to depression to the tragic death of best friend and collaborator Deshaun “Proof” Holton in 2006 led to a long hiatus from music and a string of what were, by his own admission, sub-par albums.

That all changed with 2010’s Recovery, an extremely well-regarded, Grammy-award winning album that gives us all hope that Slim Shady has returned for good.

Later, in 2011, he reformed Bad Meets Evil with Royce Da 5'9" and they released their EP, “Bad Meets Evil: The Sequel”.

The Marshall Mathers LP 2, the sequel to Em’s magnum opus, was released on November 5, 2013, to extremely positive reviews.

Eminem is also a part of D12 (with Mr. Porter, Kuniva, Swifty McVay, Bizarre, & Fuzz Scoota. Formerly with Proof & Bugz).

Eminem's Albums

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