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Common Misspellings: Emenem, Emminen, Emminem; Also Known as M&M, Slim Shady; Real Name Marshall Mathers


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Date of Birth

Birth Place

Marshall Bruce Mathers III

October 17, 1973

St. Joseph, Missouri

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  • Eminem's real name is Marshall Bruce Mathers III. He was born on October 17, 1973 in St. Joseph Missouri (outside of Kansas City).

  •  As a child he lived with his mother in impoverished neighborhoods, moving from state to state until they finally took root in Detroit, Michigan in 1985.

  •  He didn't last very long in High School - he dropped out in 9th grade, however, in the mid to late 1990's he began to take up rapping.  He became known as the associated with local rap groups Basement Productions, The New Jacks and D12.

  •  In 1995 he released his first rap album, Infinite, but it did not do very well and it was crashed by many critics.

  •  In 1996, he began to gain some fame and following when the "white rapper" won the Wake Up Show's Freestyle Performer Of The Year award, and followed this up by a second place finish in the 1997 Rap Coalition's Los Angeles' Annual Rap Olympics. His critics began to become his admirers.

  •  On a personal note, in 1996 he had a daughter with his girlfriend Kim.

  •  In 1997, he released his second album on an independent label The Slim Shady EP.  The album was very successful with his core audience.

  •  People in the music industry began to take notice, and Dr. Dre, owner of Aftermath Records signed him to a record deal.  The Slim Shady LP was released in 1999 and became an instant favorite to not only his core listeners, but also to a wider audience making it to #2 on the Billboard Album Chart. Some of the hype of this album was due to its controversial lyrics, which made news headlines  around the country to give Eminem a lot of free negative publicity - and cause teens to purchase the album even faster.  He was given even more publicity when his own mother filed a lawsuit stating that the lyrics cause her emotional distress. There was also a public feud between him and pop star Christina Aguilera, who claimed his lyrics falsely accused her of having oral sex with two celebrities (Fred Durst and Carson Daily). Then there was his weapons and assault convictions (he had to do community service) Yes, these caused more people to buy his albums.  He was also able to give white rappers some acclaim within the industry. For his work on the ablum, he won two Grammy Awards: Best Solo Performance ("My Name Is) and Best Rap Album (The Slim Shady LP)

  • The Marshall Mathers LP was released in May of 2000 to great fanfare and debuted at number one on the U.S. album charts. Of course, there was more controversy, this time by gay-rights groups saying that his lyrics and videos were derogatory towards the day community.

  •  When it came time for the Grammy Awards, he took home three, and to show the world that he was not homophobic, he performed live with Elton John (singer and know homosexual), and they even had a warm embrace on stage afterwards. The Grammy wer: Best Rap Solo Performance (The Real Slim Shady), Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group (w/Dr. Dre), and Best Rap Album (The Marshall Mathers LP)

  •  2002 was another banner year for Eminem, with his next hit album, The Eminem Show.

  •  He also took his talent to the big screen in 2002, with the release of the movie Eight Mile, where he plays a white rapper.  The movie was a box office success.  Even more surprising was his acting, and he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor for this movie.

  •  In 2004 he release two more albums, D12 World, with his former group from Detroit and the album Encore.  Both have been successful, but what else is new?  The controversy in 2004 arose from his videos from Encore. For the Mosh video, he goes into the political arena and sends a very anti-Bush message, while in another media, he makes fun of celebrities, such as Michael Jackson.  When Jackson brought his complaints public, it only brought more attention to the albums, and more sales.

  • Eminem remarried Kimberley Anne Scott in January 2006, but got divorced for a second time in December of that same year. In early 2010, there were rumors that the couple had again reunited, but Eminem publicly announced in February 2010 that it was not true.

  • He released his sixth studio album Relapse in 2009, five years after he released his last album Encore.  The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart and has sold over 600,000 copies in its first week.

  • The 2009 release of Mariah Carey's album Obsessed allegedly is referring to Eminem and his alleged obsession with her.  He allegedly responded by recording and releasing the song "The Warning" later that year.

  • Only a year after his last album, Eminem released his seventh studio album, Recovery. He once again had another album debut at #1 on the charts and it sold over 740,000 copies in its first week alone.

"I do say things that I think will shock people . . . but I don't do things to shock people. I'm not trying to be the next Tupac, but I don't know how long I'm going to be on this planet. So while I'm here, I might as well make the most of it."

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Album Title


The Slim Shady EP

The Slim Shady LP

The Marshall Mathers LP

The Eminem Show


01. Infinite
02. W.E.G.O (interlude)
03. It's OK feat. Eye-Kyu
04. 313 feat. Eye-Kyu
05. Tonite
06. Maxine feat. Denaun Porter
07. Open Mic feat. Thyme
08. Never 2 Far
09. Searchin' feat. Denaun Porter
10. Backstabber
11. Jealousy Woes II


01. Slim Shady Intro
02. Low, Down, Dirty
03. If I Had...
04. I Just Don't Give A F**k
05. Mommy
06. Just The Two Of Us
07. No One's Iller
08. Murder Murder
09. If I Had...
10. Just Don't Give A F**k


01. Public Service Announcement (skit)
02. My Name Is
03. Guilty Conscience feat. Dr. Dre
04. Brain Damage
05. Paul (skit)
06. If I Had
07. 97' Bonnie & Clyde
08. Bitch (skit)
09. Role Model
10. Lounge (skit)
11. My Fault
12. Ken Kaniff (skit)
13. Cum On Everybody
14. Rock Bottom
15. Just Don't Give A F**k feat. Frogg
16. Soap
17. As The World Turns
18. I'm Shady
19. Bad Meets Evil feat. Royce Da 5'9"
20. Still Don't Give A F**k


01. Public Service Announcement 2000 (skit)
02. Kill you
03. Stan feat. Dido
04. Paul (skit)
05. Who Knew
06. Steve Berman (skit)
07. The Way I Am
08. The Real Slim Shady
09. Remember Me? feat. RBX and Sticky Fingaz
10. I'm Back
11. Marshall Mathers
12. Ken Kaniff (skit)
13. Drug Ballad
14. Amityville feat. Bizarre
15. Bitch Please II feat. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit and Nate Dogg
16. Kim
17. Under The Influence feat. D-12
18. Criminal


01. Curtains Up (skit)
02. White America
03. Business
04. Cleanin Out My Closet
05. Square Dance
06. The Kiss (skit)
07. Soldier
08. Say Goodbye Hollywood
09. Drips feat. Obie Trice
10. Without Me
11. Paul Rosenberg (skit)
12. Sing For The Moment
13. Superman
14. Hailie's Song
15. Steve Berman (skit)
16. When The Music Stops feat. D-12
17. Say What You Say feat. Dr. Dre
18. 'Till I Collapse feat. Nate Dogg
19. My Dad's Gone Crazy feat. Hailie Jade
20. Curtains Close (skit)










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8 Mile Soundtrack

D12 World





01. Lose Yourself
02. Love Me
03. 8 Mile
04. Adrenaline Rush
05. Places to Go
06. Rap Game
07. 8 Miles and Running
08. Spitshine
09. Time of Your Life
10. You Wanna Be Me
11. Wanksta
12. Wasting My Time
13. R.A.K.I.M.
14. That's My Nigga Fo' Real
15. Battle
16. Run Rabbit Run


01. Git Up
02. Loyalty
03. Just Like U
04. I'll Be Damned
05. Dude (skit)
06. My Band
07. U R The One
08. In The Morning
09. How Come
10. Leave Dat Boy
11. Get My Gun
12. Bizarre (skit)
13. B*tch
14. Steve's Coffee House (skit)
15. D12 World
16. 40 Oz
17. Commercial Break
18. American Psycho
19. Bugz 97 (skit)
20. Good Die Young
21. Keep Talkin'

01. Curtains Up
02. Evil Deeds
03. Never Enough
04. Yellow Brick Road
05. Like Toy Soldiers
06. Mosh
07. Puke
08. My 1st Single
09. Paul (Skit)
10. Rain Man
11. Big Weenie
12. Em Calls Paul (Skit)
13. Just Lose It
14. A** Like That
15. Spend Some Time
16. Mockingbird
17. Crazy In Love
18. One Shot 2 Shot
19. Final Thought (Skit)
20. Encore / Curtains Down

1. "Dr. West" (skit) 1:29

2. "3 a.m." 5:19

3. "My Mom" 5:19

4. "Insane" 3:01

5. "Bagpipes from Baghdad" 4:43

6. "Hello" 4:08

7. "Tonya" (skit) 0:42

8. "Same Song & Dance" 4:06

9. "We Made You" 4:29

10. "Medicine Ball" 3:57

11. "Paul" (skit) 0:19

12. "Stay Wide Awake" 5:19

13. "Old Time's Sake" (featuring Dr. Dre) 4:38

14. "Must Be the Ganja" 4:02

15. "Mr. Mathers" (skit) 0:42

16. "Déjà Vu" 4:43

17. "Beautiful" 6:32

18. "Crack a Bottle" (featuring Dr. Dre & 50 Cent) 4:57

19. "Steve Berman" (skit) 1:29

20. "Underground" 6:11

1. "Cold Wind Blows" 5:04

2. "Talkin' 2 Myself" (featuring Kobe) 5:00

3. "On Fire" 3:34

4. "Won't Back Down" (featuring Pink) 4:26

5. "W.T.P." 3:58

6. "Going Through Changes" 4:59

7. "Not Afraid" 4:08

8. "Seduction" 4:35

9. "No Love" (featuring Lil Wayne) 5:00

10. "Space Bound" 4:39

11. "Cinderella Man" 4:39

12. "25 to Life" 4:02

13. "So Bad" 5:25

14. "Almost Famous" 4:53

15. "Love the Way You Lie" (featuring Rihanna) 4:23

16. "You're Never Over" 5:06

17. "Untitled" (hidden track) 3:14








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