“The idea of a value-added piece reaching millions of Eminem‘s fans in the first few weeks of release benefits his fans globally, retail, and the record business in general.
Eminem originally posed in a red top but the image had to be retouched so it did not clash with the magazineis distinctive red masthead.
In giving up on Eminem, lesbian and gay critics are giving up on all of hip-hop, since as an art form it can never be relied upon to clean up its act.
What has Eminem done that has adults putting him on the same level as Marilyn Manson–besides explicit lyrics?
I was more disturbed by the effort to promote Eminem as a serious artist.
‘Wild Boy’ singer Machine Gun Kelly’s latest Instagram post, responding to Eminem‘s latest diss track, has taken this feud with to a next level.
“I’m going to tell you something about Nicki that she don’t even know,” Eminem told the crowd.
In his track “Bad Husband,” which features X Ambassadors, Eminem opened up about his relationship with Hailie’s mom, Kim, and expressed his regrets in leaving her.
Here’s what happens when you call 1-833-243-8738, the number for Eminem‘s new album, “REVIVAL” pic.twitter.com/yWbf2Zk9Hr
‘The concept for ‘The Eminem Show’ was inspired by ‘The Truman Show’ because my life felt like it was becoming a circus at that time and I felt like I was always being watched,’ Eminem‘s handwritten letter read.
The fact that the Royal Parks turned Eminem down is their loss, frankly.”