Another Eminem Song Leaks…

Another leak is upon is and this one has been dubbed “50 Ways” due to the fact it samples the 1975 hit “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover” by Paul Simon but that may not be its official title (and probably isn’t). As for when this track is from… the person who leaked it said […]

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Eminem Surpasses Michael Jackson and Lady GaGa on Facebook

It was a short while ago that news broke of Eminem breaking yet another record, this time concerning Facebook fans or ‘likes’ – amassing over 31 million (staggering) thumbs-up so far, Shady has become the king of Facebook, Mr. Numero Uno. Dead or alive. He currently has 31,187,377 likes, to be exact. Not to say […]

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Eminem Speaks on Nate Dogg

Following the tragic news of Nate’s sudden passing, Em had this to say… Nate’s voice in music will never be replaced. He helped create the blueprint for West Coast hip-hop, and I was one of the lucky people who had the privilege to work with him and the honor to have him as a friend. […]

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Em’s Best Album Goes Diamond

By saying ‘best album’ I’m referring of course to, The Eminem Show. Released in 2002 and by far his most coherent, polished, structured, themed and impressively presented and crafted album – it has now been certified Diamond by the RIAA (ten million in the US). A lot of people are mistaking this as Em’s first […]

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Eminem’s ‘Home and Home’ Blu-ray Interview

So, a Blu-ray of Eminem and Jay-Z’s Home and Home show is supposedly coming out and this is a preview from it. This is obviously focused on the show that Em headlined, in Detroit, and I presume (though don’t know) that one of the New York show will come out too. Regardless of what you […]

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Eminem, Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf – 2.0 Boys

This is a brand new track released online today, featuring Eminem, Slaughterhouse and Yelwolf. Some classic Em production here too. Finally. I wish he’d start producing for himself again too, he loves his pianos – and I do too. There’s always much more genuine composition to his beats than other producers. Lots of dramatic instrumentation, […]

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The Evolution of Eminem – The Marshall Mathers LP

Having analyzed Eminem’s debut, The Slim Shady LP and all that the era entailed – we come now to what is maybe the most defining and important of all his albums / moments in his career: The Marshall Mathers LP. If we look at The Slim Shady LP as the provocation, The Marshall Mathers LP […]

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