With just eight hours to prepare, the contestants learn who their first round opponent will be. Everyone heads to Slaughter Studios in Brooklyn for the first round of the tournament to earn a spot on the undercard of the Total Slaughter main event on July 12th. In this episode Daylyt battles Aronsal, and Dizaster goes [cont.]
Here’s that new Bussa Buss with Slim Shady. Scoop DeVille on the track. Jump around!
On July 1st, Eminem will reunite with Busta Rhymes for the first time since their 2006 Scott Storch produced collab “I’ll Hurt You”, and just missed by Busta’s deleted verse on Biggie’s “Dead Wrong” way back in 1999.
In Episode 1, eight of the world’s best battle rappers check into the “House of Slaughter”, along with team mentors Loaded Lux and Murda Mook. It’s all fun and games from the outside, but tension rises as the hours tick closer to the first battles of the tournament. Tournament judges Slaughterhouse show up to greet [cont.]
The new Denzel pic, from the same director as Training Day, Antoine Fuqua, lets us hear a glimpse of a new track from Eminem and frequent David Guetta / Zero 7 vocalist, Sia. The track comes in right around the 1:25 mark. Sidenote, Fuqua is also working on an upcoming documentary on Suge Knight.
Eminem is the first artist to receive two Diamond certified singles – that is, singles that have sold and streamed over 10 million. Both “Not Afraid” and “Love The Way You Lie” (feat. Rhianna), both from his 2010 LP, Recovery, have been awarded the prestigious Diamond plaques from the RIAA. “We are delighted to recognize [cont.]
Eminem apologizes to his mother on this Spike Lee directed video from the The MMLP2.
Spike Lee and Eminem discuss their upcoming video collaboration, for “Headlights”, from The Marshall Mathers LP 2. The video will drop this Sunday, on Mother’s Day.
Zane talks to Eminem and exclusively reveals his headline show at Wembley Stadium, making history as the first rapper to headline the venue.
Great battle rappers face off tournament style on the biggest scale in history on Total Slaughter, presented by Eminem and the Slaughterhouse crew. Joe Budden will battle Hollow The Don, while Murda Mook will face off against Loaded Lux. Airing on WatchLOUD.com on July 12th.
In part two of Eminem’s interview with Big Boy’s Neighborhood, Eminem speaks on the perks of being Eminem, and plays the raft-in-the-ocean game.
Kool Keith talks with Vlad TV about Eminem name-dropping him on “Monster”, and meeting him for the first time back in 1997.
Eminem speaks to Big Boy’s Neighborhood on Power 106 about his struggle with addiction, wanting to dis Kanye and Lil Wayne, and more.
In a recent interview with Adra-Matic.Com, Alchemist spoke briefly about why he doesn’t usually produce for Eminem, despite being his DJ. He also reveals the artists he’d like to do full albums with, which includes MF Doom, Rakim, and JAY Z, among others. Read on: Adramatic.com: I’d like to know more about my two favorites [cont.]
PosseTV recently caught up with R.A. The Rugged Man to discuss his latest album Legends Never Die, as well as a number of other topics. In the interview, R.A. explains the frequent comparisons drawn between him and Eminem, the reasons Jive loved vulgar rapper Too $hort but couldn’t stand the Rugged Man’s raunchy subject matter, [cont.]
Not many wanted to step to Eminem’s “Rap God” beat. We didn’t expect Krayzie Bone to be brave enough, but he did his thing on this.
From The Marshall Mathers LP 2, available now.
Here’s your first look at Em’s next video from MMLP2, “The Monster”.
“Why be a king, when you can be a god?” Directed by Rich Lee. MMLP2 in stores now.
Eminem’s former childhood home at 19946 Dresden on Detroit’s east side was demolished Wednesday morning by the State of Michigan, Nov. 20. The Michigan Land Bank deemed the small bungalow “structurally unsafe” after a recent fire damaged the house. Watch the footage of the spot made famous by The Marshall Mathers LP 1 & 2 [cont.]
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