Eminem and No Doubt’s frontwoman join forces over a wicked DJ Khalil production from the Southpaw soundtrack.
File this in the “most random interview ever” category. Stephen Colbert took over public access television in Monroe, Michigan as the temporary host for “Only In Monroe.” As random as that sounds, his guest was even more eyebrow raising: Eminem. Fast forward to the 22-minute mark for a classic Colbert interview with Slim Shady.
Straight venom from Eminem on this DJ Khalil joint from the forthcoming soundtrack for the film “Southpaw.”
The Wolf and the Shady One join forces in the video for “Best Friend.”
The Yelawolf and Eminem collaboration off of Yelawolf’s upcoming Love Story album is here for your consumption. Who had the better verse?
The good folks at Complex put together this excellent 30-minute documentary that chronicles the rise of Eminem and Shady Records.
This documentary is an in-depth look into not only Eminem’s career, but also the careers of the all the artists’ who graced the label over the years. First and foremost, we spoke to Em and Paul, whose partnership and unique friendship is what made the label possible. But we also spoke to the man who helped turn Em into a superstar, Dr. Dre, and the man who Em helped turn into a superstar, 50 Cent. With additional interviews from Mr. Porter and Royce Da 5’9″, this documentary is the definitive look into what how one of the rap’s greatest juggernauts came to be.
For several years there have been rumors circulating about a possible collaboration between DJ Premier and Eminem but nothing to date has materialized. But now, with Preemo and Eminem’s close friend, Royce Da 5’9″, releasing the critically acclaimed PRhyme album, as well as Eminem wearing a PRhyme hoodie in the Detroit Vs. Everybody video, one has to wonder whether or not these two will finally get in the studio.
DJ Premier addressed the rumors with the Huffington Post.
I don’t know if you disclose this information but there have been rumors that over the past year or so you’ve cut some records with Eminem. Any truth to that?
We never cut the records. We were going to do one and it just never materialized at the time. He scrapped those songs during the Relapse album. After PRhyme was done, I saw him when he was doing his Shady promotions and he said he loved the album and that we got to do something finally. We talked about it recently but still nothing materialized. We at least said we got to do something. At least we got to that point.
EMINEM, ROYCE DA 5’9″, DEJ LOAF, TRICK TRICK, BIG SEAN & DANNY BROWN – DETROIT VS. EVERYBODY (PROD. BY STATIK SELEKTAH)
The Statik Selektah mega posse cut from the ShadyXV album gets the video treatment.
Shady Records releases a behind the scenes video of the epic Shady XV CXVYPHER. What makes this special is Paul Rosenberg popping in to explain the significance of the location for Royce and Em’s segment.
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.