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The Eminem ShowCategory: Eminem's Albums
Friday, 24 July 2009
10:11:15 PM (GMT)
Eminem's 4th studio album(including Infinite) The Eminem Show In Eminem's third (under Aftermath / Interscope) album 'The Eminem Show', which was bootlegged so heavily that his record company had to move the release date forward, Eminem strips his personal life bare for the benefit of his fans. The beginning is a mite bit predictable as it's the third time in a row that he's begun his rap tirade with a skit. This time it's a sound of curtains opening up, followed by footsteps crossing a wooden stage, then a finger tapping a microphone, slight feedback, and
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Last edited: 24 July 2009


Eminem biography #4 (again i didn't write it!!)Category: (general)
Friday, 24 July 2009
10:07:59 PM (GMT)
Who would have guessed that a white boy from Michigan would be the one to move today's jaded hip-hop world? Without any warning, Eminem burst onto the rap scene spouting more vulgarity than ever with his first 14-cut collection, The Slim Shady LP, distributed by Aftermath/Interscope Records. "I Just Don't Give a F--k," the signature piece on his demented album, and "Brain Damage," which literally did just that to listeners, are the two most notable songs exhibiting for his dirty mouth. So good, in fact, that legendary rap artist/producer Dr. Dre scouted the angry chirpster after hearing him freestyle on the radio to collaborate on Dre's own label, Aftermath. The impressed Dre did not hesitate to include many of Slim's independently released EP tracks as Eminem jumped at the offer to work with "the biggest hip-hop producer ever."
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Eminem biography #3Category: Biographies
Friday, 24 July 2009
10:07:04 PM (GMT)
Another biography, didn't write it In a few short months, Eminem has gone from being one of the most heralded emcees in independent hip-hop to one of the most provocative, controversial rappers in contemporary pop music. The overnight success of his debut album, The Slim Shady LP, literally rocked the rap world, making him one of the biggest music success stories of 1999. But Eminem is more than the latest rap artist to blow up. He's spent the last several years paying his dues, and his lyrics, which cover topics such as poverty and single parenthood, reflect a rough upbringing. His unlikely acceptance by the pop mainstream has made some wonder how his popularity will affect the future of hip-hop music.
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Eminem Biography 2Category: Biographies
Friday, 24 July 2009
10:06:19 PM (GMT)
Another Eminem biography(didn't write it) Although he's only been in the public eye since 1999, Marshall Mathers (aka Eminem) has crammed at least a decade's worth of career highs and lows into those few short, high-profile years. The Detroit-based Dr. Dre protege has invoked the wrath of women and homosexuals with his offensive lyrics; become enemies with Moby, Everlast, Fred Durst, and Christina Aguilera; provided tabloids with plenty of gossip fodder regarding his personal life...and in the process become just about the biggest rock star on the planet. This is because Eminem isn't just about controversy and shock value: This often misunderstood major talent has actually given white rappers genuine credibility in this post-Vanilla Ice age with his string of dynamic hits (both solo and with his side group, D12), his plethora of Grammy nominations, his critically
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Eminem Biography 1Category: Biographies
Friday, 24 July 2009
10:05:13 PM (GMT)
Here's Eminem biography #1(i didn't write it) Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III, 17 October 1973, Kansas City, Missouri, USA. This white rapper burst onto the US charts in 1999 with a controversial take on the horrorcore genre. Mathers endured an itinerant childhood, living with his mother in various states before eventually ending up in Detroit at the age of 12. He took up rapping in high school before dropping out in ninth grade, joining ad hoc groups Basement Productions, the New Jacks, and D12. The newly named Eminem released a raw debut album in 1997 through independent label FBT. Infinite was poorly received,
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