Eminem has captured the complete attention of the rap world once again. This time around, Slim Shady gathered some of his hometown's top talent for a brand new posse cut titled 'Detroit Vs. Everybody' produced by Statik Selektah.
Eminem is known for his abrasive lyrics so it shouldn't be a total shock that his verses in the 'Shady' cypher video would contain some eyebrow-raising lyrics. In the cypher, Em manages to push buttons with his rhymes and mentions Ray Rice's domestic abuse case.
Eminem hates public speaking but the rapper stepped out of his shell to show love and respect for Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine at the Wall Street Journal Magazine's 2014 Innovator Awards. Slim Shady traveled to New York Wednesday night (Nov. 5) to give a speech, in which he shared his admiration for the two moguls.
Eminem is gearing up to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Shady Records with the upcoming greatest hits album 'Shady XV.' On Wednesday (Oct. 29), the Detroit spitfire released the tracklist to the collection, which features both new and old songs from his storied label.
In a speech at Forbes' 30 Under 30 summit, former White House Intern Monica Lewinsky thanks Beyonce, Eminem, Nicki Minaj and other artists who have made lyrical references to the infamous Clinton-Lewinsky scandal.
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