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Eminem
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, however, with Eminem earning unfavourable comparisons to leading rappers such as Nas and AZ. His determination to succeed was given a boost by a prominent feature in Source's Unsigned Hype column, and he gained revenge on his former critics when he won the Wake Up Show's Freestyle Performer Of The Year award, and finished runner-up in Los Angeles' annual Rap Olympics. The following year's The Slim Shady EP, named after his sinister alter-ego, featured some vitriolic attacks on his detractors. The stand-out track, "Just Don't Give A fuck", became a highly popular underground hit, and led to guest appearances on MC Shabaam Sahddeq's "Five Star Generals" single and Kid Rock's Devil Without A Cause set. As a result, Eminem was signed to Aftermath Records by label boss Dr. Dre, who adopted the young rapper as his protege and acted as co-producer on Eminem's full-length debut. Dre's beats featured prominently on The Slim Shady LP, a provocative feast of violent, twisted lyrics, with a moral outlook partially redeemed by Eminem's claim to be only "voicing" the thoughts of the Slim Shady character. Parody or no parody, lyrics to tracks such as "97 Bonnie & Clyde" (which contained lines about killing the mother of his child) and frequent verbal outbursts about his mother were held by many, outside even the usual Christian moral majority, to be deeply irresponsible. The album was buoyed by the commercial success of the singles "My Name Is" and "Guilty Conscience" (the former helped by a striking, MTV-friendly video), and climbed to number 2 on the US album chart in March 1999.
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Eminem Discography (1989-2015) Album Hits : 1359
Eminem - 2015
Fly Away Album Hits : 5703
Eminem - 2011
Fight Night Album Hits : 3352
Eminem - 2010
Recovery Album Hits : 2168
Eminem - 2010
DJ Semi Presents-Eminem White America.2 Album Hits : 2672
Eminem - 2009
Relapse Album Hits : 1961
Eminem - 2009
Eminem Presents The Re-Up Album Hits : 3775
Eminem - 2006
Encore Album Hits : 1485
Eminem - 2004
The Eminem Show Album Hits : 1830
Eminem - 2002
The Marshall Mathers LP Album Hits : 2737
Eminem - 2000
The Slim Shady LP (Deluxe Version) Album Hits : 2227
Eminem - 1999
The Slim Shady EP Album Hits : 1292
Eminem - 1998
Infinite Album Hits : 1515
Eminem - 1996
Video Clips Eminem
Not Afraid Hits : 1433
Beautiful Hits : 1276
Live At Grand Journal Hits : 1241
3AM Hits : 819
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