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With the city behind them, Eminem, Royce da 5’9″, Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf and Trick Trick take on all their challengers in their latest visuals off the ShadyXV compilation. Let us know what you think!

Previously previewed in The Equalizer trailer, Marshall reflects on the ups and downs on his triumph record. The track is the first offering off the upcoming project, SHADYXV. Purchase the single on iTunes now.

It’s been years since Busta Rhymes and Eminem shared the same mic. But now, the tandem reunite over a House Of Pain sample, flipped by Scoop Deville. Stylistically, this one has more flows than a stream of troubled water. Download it here on iTunes.

In honor of Mother’s Day, Eminem delivers his new video directed by Spike Lee. Featuring Fun’s Nate Ruess, Em reflects on his relationship with his estranged mom, Debbie Mathers. Go hug yours and make sure she has that MMLP 2.


This month’s issue of XXL, features three of the game’s most powerful players Eminem, Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. Inside, the collective discuss Beats Music, MMLP2, and the ever changing music business.


After dropping the teaser, Eminem releases the official video for “The Monster” featuring Rihanna. Press play and let us know what you think!


Eminem drops a teaser for the highly anticipated “Monster” visual, featuring Rihanna. Let us know if you think this is going to be another crazy video by the Rap God!

Eminem finally drops the visuals for his hit record, “Rap God” form his eighth studio album The Marshall Mathers LP 2. The 6-minute visual features sequel scenes that refer back to, The Marshall Mathers LP. Be sure to check this video out and let us know what you think!






Watch the trailer for Eminem’s new visual “Rap God” from his MMLP2 album. Be sure to check back with us on (11/27) to watch the official video for his break out record, “Rap God.”

The highly anticipated release of Eminem album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2 is finally here. The album dropped today and the self proclaimed Rap God did not disappoint.

Jon Dolan from Rolling Stone :

“Nostalgia is everywhere. Em surrounds himself in allusions to classic hip-hop, like the Beastie Boys samples producer Rick Rubin laces together on ‘Berzerk.’ It’s telling that the only guest MC is Kendrick Lamar on ‘Love Game,’ probably because his slippery syllable-juggling owes a lot to Eminem … Yet Em’s former obsession — his own media image — has been replaced with a 41-year-old’s cranky concerns … He raps about how he can’t figure out how to download Luda on his computer and waves the Nineties-geek flag with references to Jeffrey Dahmer and the Unabomber. He’s playing his best character: the demon spawn of Trailer Hell, America, hitting middle age with his middle finger up his nose while he cleans off the Kool-Aid his kids spilled on the couch.”



To listen to a leak of the, MMLP2 CLICK HERE.

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