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Retrieved 26 October Detailing his struggles with poverty, drugs, fame, heartbreak and depression, it includes stories of his rise to fame, commentary about past controversies and original lyric sheets from " Stan " and " The Real Slim Shady ".
In the first, a one-minute spot for Lipton 's Brisk iced tea, he is a claymation figure. He established the Marshall Mathers Foundation to aid disadvantaged youth. The foundation works in conjunction with a charity founded by Norman Yatooma, a Detroit attorney.
Eminem has expressed his political views in multiple songs. However, instead of endorsing presidential candidates, he has primarily focused on criticizing candidates. The first was " Mosh ", which was released ina few weeks before the United States presidential election and heavily criticized then-president George W.
However, he did not directly endorse John Kerry in the song, either. In the freestyle, he expressed support for former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and the National Anthem protests and expressed his displeasure for any of his fans that support Trump.
Eminem has been scrutinized, both as a rapper and personality. Mathers and Scott were married in and divorced in Their daughter Hailie was born on December 25, Although Eminem told Rolling Stone in"I would rather have a baby through my penis than get married again," he and Kim briefly remarried in January He filed for divorce in Rock The Party (Main Version) - Benzino - Rock The Party (Vinyl) April,  agreeing to joint custody of Hailie. Eminem also has custody of his sister-in-law Dawn's daughter,  and Kim's child from another relationship.
In earlyEminem denied tabloid reports that he and Kim had renewed their romantic relationship; however, in the same statement, his representative also confirmed that they now maintain a friendly relationship. In his song " Headlights ", Eminem apologized to and reiterated his love for his mother. Eminem has spoken publicly about his addiction to prescription drugs, including VicodinAmbien and Valium.
An associate gave him an Ambien tablet which "knocked [him] out", encouraging him to obtain a prescription. This was Eminem's first experience of drug addiction, which would affect him for several years. Near the end of production on Encorehe would "just go into the studio and goof off [with] a pocketful of pills".
Eminem began taking the drugs to "feel normal", taking a "ridiculous amount [ Vicodin, maybe Eminem's weight increased to pounds kg and he was regularly eating fast food: "The kids behind the counter knew me — it wouldn't even faze them. Or I'd sit up at Denny's or Big Boy and just eat by myself. It was sad. In DecemberEminem was hospitalized after a methadone overdose.
He had first bought from a dealer who had told him it was "just like Vicodin, and easier on [your] liver". He continued to buy more until he collapsed in his bathroom one night and was rushed to the hospital.
Doctors there told him he had ingested the equivalent of four bags of heroin and was "about two hours from dying". After missing Christmas with his children, Eminem checked himself out of the facility, weak and not fully detoxed. He tore the meniscus in his knee after falling asleep on his sofa, requiring surgery; after he returned home, he had a seizure.
His drug use "ramped right back to where it was before" within a month. Eminem began to attend church meetings to get clean, but after he was asked for autographs he sought help from a rehabilitation counselor.
He began an exercise program that emphasized running. Elton John was a mentor during this period, calling Eminem once a week to check on him. On April 5,Matthew Hughes broke into Eminem's house, reportedly breaking a kitchen window with a paving stone. Eminem woke up with Hughes standing behind him and he said that he was there to kill him. Eminem explained, "It says 'maybe. That's why I'm asking you right now. You guys comin' to my release party, or what? We might have, if you would've asked us first, before putting us on the fuckin' flyer like this.
Eminem took Bruce's response as a personal offense, subsequently attacking the group in radio interviews. Insane Clown Posse talked about the feud being squashed in an interview with MTV, saying that Proof squashed the conflict inwhich was followed by a bowling game between members of D12 and Psychopathic Records. We're something different. They could have skipped over us and said forget them, but they included us and said let's squash it. Everlast claimed that while passing by Mathers in a hotel lobby, Mathers gave him a "weird look".
The record continued its release without featuring Limp Bizkit, causing the Everlast-Mathers dispute to continue. This angered Eminem to the point of rage and an insulting track aimed at both Everlast and Limp Bizkit namely Durst and Lethal appeared on D12's mainstream debut, Devil's Nightas the track "Girls".
Recently, things seem to have settled and Eminem has no longer been heard insulting Everlast or Limp Bizkit. It is currently unknown if the dispute is resolved. After he was confronted, he said Canibus was "rude" to him. Eminem agreed, but when he heard the track "Phuck U" from Canibus' album B. He titled the track "U Didn't Care" and it continued to take shots at Eminem.
On November 19,Canibus responded with the track titled" Dr. C PhD". Over a year later Eminem released the track "Can-I-Bitch". He attacked Canibus in a humorous matter. Since then the hostilities have cooled down, but Canibus tried to provoke a re-ignition of it when he leaked a track titled "Air Strike Pop Killer ", that featured vocal parts of D12where Canibus takes shots at Eminem and his deceased friend Proof.
D12 member Swift responded to the record publicly and had the following to say about DZK another rapper featured on the track. They dissed Em, took our verses, and added them to the song, so they can bring traffic and make it seem like we were turning on Em It was a straight hoe move.
The music video for "Just Lose It" generated controversy by parodying singer Michael Jackson's child molestation trial, plastic surgery and an incident in which Jackson's hair caught on fire while filming a Pepsi commercial in Both were only seen on BET: Uncut. However MTV did not drop it and the video became one of the most requested on the channel.
A week after the release of "Just Lose It", Jackson called in to the radio show of Steve Harvey to report his displeasure with the video. It is one thing to spoof, but it is another to be demeaning and insensitive.
The video was inappropriate and disrespectful to me, my children, my family and the community at large. We want the pass back. Ja Rule stated that he had a problem with Eminem and Dr. Dre of signing someone he had conflict with. Gotti claimed to have "legal documents" referring to an order of protection 50 Cent "has on him". Busta Rhymes decided to join the conflict when he was featured on the track "Hail Mary ", with Eminem and 50 Cent.
The feud intensified when Ja Rule released a diss called "Loose Change" in which he took shots at 50 Cent and as well Eminem, calling the latter "Feminem" and Dr. Dre " bisexual " and rapping that Suge Knight knew of Dre "bringing transvestites home".
Since then, the rift has cooled down. The track attacked Eminem's "street cred" and accused him of being a tool of the music industry. Eminem had been discovered by The Source after writer Rigo Morales featured him in the magazine's famed monthly "Unsigned Hype" column. In the same year, The Source released an article written by Kimberly Osorio which identified and researched the history of an old demo tape that the magazine discovered where Eminem insulted Black women and used the word "nigger".
The demo featured a song called "Foolish Pride", recorded in the late s when Eminem claimed to have been "dumped" by his African-American then-girlfriend. Benzino would later release more tracks. While "Superman" was released inCarey released a song entitled "Clown" on her album Charmbraceletreleased inwhich makes similar references in line with her hit " Obsessed ".
Eminem's "Bagpipes from Baghdad" from his album Relapse may be his most well-known reference to Carey due to the controversy it caused. The song disparages Carey and husband Nick Cannon 's relationship.
InCarey released "Obsessed", about an obsessed man who claims to have a relationship with her. It contained samples of voice mail recordings which Eminem claimed were left by Carey when the two were together.
A little over a year later in SeptemberCannon responded with the song "I'm a Slick Rick", making fun of Eminem. After the release of The Marshall Mathers LPpopular electronic music artist Moby began speaking out against the album's lyrics, citing references to misogyny and homophobia as unacceptable. InMoby praised Eminem for criticizing then-U. Bush in the song " Mosh ", a track from Encore. Throughout the album, lyrics criticize other musicians, primarily mumble rappers  and several have responded publicly.
The track also debuted at number 3 on the Billboard Hotmaking it Eminem's 20th top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot Some of Eminem's lyrics have been considered homophobic and an Australian politician attempted to ban him from the country.
During a 60 Minutes interview, journalist Anderson Cooper explored the issue: . Eminem was accused yet again of using homophobic words in his lyrics in "Rap God" and explained "I don't know how to say this without saying it how I've said it a million times. But that word, those kind of words, when I came up battle-rappin' or whatever, I never really equated those words Inmusicians criticized Eminem's use of the slur " faggot " to describe rapper Tyler, the Creator on the song "Fall", including Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragonscalling the rapper's language "hateful",  and Troye Sivan ;  additionally, guest vocalist Justin Vernon distanced himself from the collaboration due to the message.
However, Eminem is a friend of gay singer Elton John and publicly supports gay rights. I think that everyone should have the chance to be equally miserable, if they want", explaining that his "overall look Rock The Party (Main Version) - Benzino - Rock The Party (Vinyl) things is a lot more mature than it used to be. He pleaded guilty to possession of a concealed weapon and assault, receiving two years' probation ; however, Guerra's assault charge was dropped as part of the plea agreement.
Although Bailey admitted picking on Eminem in school, he said he merely "bumped" him and gave him a "little shove". Dre, claiming that the beat for "Kill You" was taken from his instrumental "Pulsion". Loussier demanded that sales of The Marshall Mathers LP be halted and any remaining copies destroyed. InEminem was accused of assaulting Miad Jarbou, a resident of Royal Oak, Michiganin the bathroom of a Detroit strip club, but was never charged.
Productions, LLC v. Aftermath Records that F. Productions and Eminem were owed a royalty of 50 percent of Aftermath's net revenue from licensing his recordings to companies such as Apple, Sprint CorporationNextel CommunicationsCingular and T-Mobile. The group claims that Eminem did not receive permission to use the sample, nor did he credit or compensate them.
Bush  in "We As Americans" an unreleased bootleg at the timewith the lyrics: "Fuck money, I don't rap for dead presidents.
I'd rather see the president dead, it's never been said but I set precedents. In —, the Secret Service interviewed Eminem again regarding threatening lyrics towards president Donald Trump and daughter Ivanka. Eminem is one of the best-selling artists in music history, easily the biggest crossover success ever seen in rap.
To call him hip-hop's Elvis is correct to a degree, but it's largely inaccurate. Certainly, he was the first white rapper since the Beastie Boys to garner both sales and critical respect, but his impact has exceeded this confining distinction. Credited for popularizing hip hop to a Middle American audience, Eminem's unprecedented global commercial success and acclaimed works for a white rapper is widely recognized for breaking racial barriers for the acceptance of white rappers in popular music.
In his own way, he is the best lyricist, alliterator and enunciator out there in hip-hop music. In terms of rapping about the pain that other disenfranchised people feel, there is no one better at their game than Eminem.
Inthe BBC said that the perception of Eminem as a "modern-day William Shakespeare " was comparable to the reception of American singer Bob Dylan : "Not since Bob Dylan's heyday in the mids has an artist's output been subjected to such intense academic scrutiny as an exercise in contemporary soul-searching.
US critics point to [Eminem's] vivid portraits of disenfranchised lives — using the stark, direct language of the street — as an accurate reflection of social injustice. He was like a human middle finger. An X-rated Dennis the Menace for a dial-up modem generation. Writing for Spin inrock critic Alan Light compared Eminem to the Beatles ' John Lennon : "Eminem is even starting to bear a resemblance to one of those rock icons [ Lennon, of course, was able to find ways to use his voice to advocate for peace rather than just blasting away at litigious family members and various pop stars, but still, few other pop musicians since Lennon have found a way to render their private psychodramas into compelling art as effectively as Eminem.
Eminem was that good. I just thought, "Fuck, this man is amazing. He tells stories in such a powerful and distinctive way. As a lyricist, he's one of the best ever. Eminem does for his audience what [Bob] Dylan did for his: He writes how he feels. His anger, vulnerability and humor come out. Concerning the controversy surrounding Eminem due to his transgressive music, American entertainer Madonna had said, "I like the fact that Eminem is brash and angry and politically incorrect [ He's reflecting what's going on in society right now.
That is what art is supposed to do. They force people to look at realities in society. With global sales of over million records, Eminem is one of the best-selling music artists of all time. Eminem has also been included and ranked in several publications' lists.
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