Before Eminem became the megastar he is today, Slim Shady was just another rapper trying to make a name for himself. Check out this freestyle he kicked on the radio for Baruch College in Manhattan alongside another emcee named A.L. from 1997.
The visuals for Eminem’s “Guts Over Fear” are finally hear. Thoughts?
Sixty-six tracks of classics and rarities from the Shady/Aftermath camp. 66! Everyone from 50 Cent and the G-Unit to Yelawolf and D12 are on this project. A nice accompanying piece to the Shady XV project for your listening pleasure.
SLAUGHTERHOUSE & YELAWOLF FEAT. EMINEM – PSYCHOPATH KILLER (PROD. BY JUST BLAZE, THE MAVEN BOYS & BOI-1DA)
An insane lineup with equally insane production for a song titled “Psychopath Killer?” Yeah, we’ll take it.
ShadyXV drops 11/24.
Eminem cuts loose the first version of his 8 Mile chart topper “Lose Yourself” that features different lyrics that Em admits he doesn’t recall recording.
Rap Radar’s Brian “B Dot” Miller and Elliot Wilson host the inaugural Rap Radar Shady XV podcast. The hour and a half show has an extensive conversation with Eminem’s manager Paul Rosenberg and some interesting news bits including anecdotes from Rosenberg, Reef and Whoo Kid about Eminem’s early days as an emcee and the emergence of Shady Records as well as the announcement that a 66-track mixtape is on its way.
Detroit’s finest draw a line in the sand and dare anyone to cross it on this Statik Selektah track off of the Shady XV compilation that’s dropping on November 24th.
If it’s bars you want, then you better strap in for this ride as Slaughterhouse, YelaWolf, and Eminem link for the #SHADYXV #CXVPHER.
The wait will soon be over Shady 2.0 is back TONIGHT!