Eminem

Jul
11
Eminem Brings Out Dr. Dre at Wembley Stadium

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Eminem made hip-hop history by becoming the first rapper to headline Wembley Stadium in London on Friday night.

Following sets from Danny Brown and Odd Future, the Detroit icon performed hit after hit during his first of two shows at the 90,000-capacity venue, his first London show since 2001.

But the highlight of the evening was when he brought out his mentor, Dr. Dre. The billionaire Beats founder joined him for his classics including “Still D.R.E.,” “Next Episode,” “Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang,” and “Forgot About Dre.”

Starting August 7, Em will tour stadiums in the U.S. with Rihanna on his three-city “Monster Tour,” which kicks off at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

Watch the rap gods share the stage.

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Jul
4
New Music: Trick Trick f/ Eminem & Royce Da 5’9″ – ‘Twerk Dat! Pop That!’

Twerk Dat! Pop That!

Fresh off his “Calm Down” collaboration with Busta Rhymes, Eminem teams with the self-proclaimed mayor of Detroit, Trick Trick, and his fellow Bad Meets Evil member Royce Da 5’9″ on Trick Trick’s booty-shaking banger “Twerk Dat! Pop That!”

Slim Shady spazzes all over the Antt Beatz production, rapping about “wildin’ the fuck out out like Bieber at 19 or Ice T in the ’90s,” and name checks Spike Lee and even Pharrell’s hat.

Hear them turn up for the Motor City.

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Jul
3
Kendrick Lamar Karaokes to Eminem, Jay Z, & 50 Cent

Kendrick Lamar

Even when it comes to karaoke, Kendrick Lamar is a beast on the mic.

While visiting the XXL offices, the Compton lyricist found himself alone in a room, rapping along to some hip-hop hits from a karaoke machine. In the rare footage, K-Dot channels Eminem on “My Name Is.” He also spits Jay Z’s bars on “Big Pimpin’,” and mimics 50 Cent’s moves during “Candy Shop” and “In Da Club.”

He appears to be having a good time until someone bursts in and tries to ruin the fun by asking, “Whatchu doing, dawg?”

Bitch, don’t kill his vibe.

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Jun
30
New Music: Busta Rhymes f/ Eminem – ‘Calm Down’

Calm Down

Busta Rhymes and Eminem join forces, and no one is safe. The hip-hop superpowers unleash their Scoop DeVille-produced collaboration “Calm Down,” which features a sample of House of Pain’s “Jump Around.”

Bussa Bus breathes fires on his ballistic bars, while Slim Shady wreaks havoc, taking aim at everyone from Clive Davis to Abraham Lincoln to bloggers.

“Shady for president, ho / Don’t make me go take it back to the days of old Sway and Tech radio when I was taking so much NoDoz and LSD, I almost fell asleep on the ‘Wakeup Show,’” he spits.

Busta is gearing up for his 10th album E.L.E. 2, the sequel to 1998′s E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front.

Hear them spaz out on the explosive record.

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Jun
27
Busta Rhymes and Eminem Team Up on ‘Calm Down’

Eminem and Busta Rhymes

Busta Rhymes and Eminem are joining forces once again. The hip-hop powerhouses have collaborated on Busta’s upcoming single “Calm Down.”

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Jun
12
Eminem Debuts Sia Collaboration in ‘The Equalizer’ Trailer

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Following his historic RIAA certification, Eminem has previewed a new collaboration with Sia in a trailer for Denzel Washington’s crime thriller The Equalizer.

“It’s too late to start over,” raps Em, while Sia sings the triumphant hook (“Guts over fear”).

The two previously collaborated on “Beautiful Pain” for The Marshall Mathers LP 2.

The film opens in theaters on September 26. Get a taste of Em’s newest track below.

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Jun
10
Eminem Becomes First Artist to Earn Two RIAA Digital Diamond Awards

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Marshall Mathers is making history once again. The Detroit rapper has become the first artist to earn two RIAA Digital Single Diamond Awards.

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