The speculation about what could be an epic collaboration between Eminem and Chris Rock is heating up. First, the comedian posted a photo of himself on Twitter indicating that he was in the studio with the rapper. Now, in a new interview, Rock refused to confirm or deny the situation.
Who knew a cute canine could bust a move better than the rhythmically-challenged? Well, here's proof. And to top it off, the dog chose a song from one of the best rapper's in hip-hop to demonstrate just how he gets down: Eminem. Harley shakes h
He may be one of the more reclusive rappers in the game, but Eminem has lots to shout about. Since 1999's 'The Slim Shady LP,' the Detroit native has sold more than 100 million records, and upped his personal fortune well above the $90 million mark.
Life imitated art for Eminem and Rihanna's 'Love the Way You Lie' video. Actors Megan Fox and Dominic Monaghan played a couple whose love (and hatred) for one another caused an inferno. Not to say that the storyline is 100 percent accurate, but both the Detroit rapper and
Brown hair, don't care. For the release of 'Not Afraid,' Em fully embraced a darker more grown up side, and with good reason. Once again, jumping off a tall building, the video's ending is far from morbid and fits perfectly into the 'Recovery' album spectrum.
Eminem's fans, and the Academy Awards, both had good reviews of this 2002 hit off the '8 Mile' soundtrack. Like his performance in the big screen project loosely based on his own life, Marshall Mather held nothing back for the music video.
Leave it to Em to go in on Jessica Simpson like she personally harmed him. The video for 'We Made You' was controversial for sure, but the playful spoof is reminiscent of what we love about the Detroit rapper's funny side.
There's nothing like a fan-turned-stalker tale of a guy who goes utterly insane over his love for Eminem. As disturbing as 'Stan' was, the video changed the tide in hip-hop storytelling, and showed the dangerous side of fan adoration.
Dark but candid is an easy way to describe much of Eminem's work, and 'Cleanin' Out My Closet' touched on a new level of suffering. The grizzly video shows the rapper digging his mother's grave, yet somehow he's the one that you feel sorry for.
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