Eminem closed out the year by dropping a deluxe version of Music to be Murdered By last week with 16 new songs. And he followed that with a video for “Gnat” that finds Marshall playing multiple characters amidst the COVID pandemic.
Need something to watch while self-quarantined? Eminem sits down with Mike Tyson for a new episode of “Hotboxin’.” It’s a candid conversation as Eminem gets to meet one of his favorite fighters ever. It’s more than worth your time.
This exclusive episode of Crook’s Corner features Kxng Crooked interviewing Eminem. This is Eminem’s first interview since the release his “Music To Be Murdered By” album. Crook and Em discuss everything from Eminem’s new album to the current state of the rap game in 2020. Eminem also answers fan questions and discusses his top 50 rappers of all time list.
The world stopped on Friday when Eminem dropped his surprise album Music to Be Murdered By and delivered the video for “Darkness.” The harrowing set of visuals depicts the deadly shooting in Las Vegas at the Route 91 Harvest music festival while addressing gun control in America.
As Conway’s Shady Records debut God Don’t Make Mistakes draws near, the Griselda representative drops “Bang” with some lyrical assistance from the man himself, Eminem. Vicous bars are here to punch you in the face.
Logic drops another video from his Confessions of a Dangerous Mind album with the Eminem-featured “Homicide.” With Slim Shady unable to make it to the video shoot, Logic employs a pair of body doubles (Squints from The Sandlot and Chris D’Elia) to step in. The results are interesting, to say the least.
Shylow of First Division, Marco Polo and DJ Skizz have joined forces for a production outfit called “The Drum Majors.” For their first effort, the trio add some boom bap to Eminem’s 2014 Shady Cypher with a pair of hard-hitting beats to bolster Em’s rhymes.
With Boogie’s exceptional Everything’s For Sale still in heavy rotation, the Cali emcee drops a video featuring his Shady Records boss with “Rainy Days.” Boogie and Eminem drop bars as they both deal with the dark clouds that follow them.
Eminem’s video for “Good Guy” begins with Jessie Reyez digging herself out of a grave. The ensuing video explains exactly how she got there.
Eminem felt the need to remind you that he can rap his face off. Slim Shady films this 11-minute freestyle titled “Kick Off” from The Shelter at St. Andrew’s in Detroit. As you can imagine, Eminem’s flow is ridiculous and he name drops a number of people and pop culture references. But what are your thoughts about the freestyle?