Eminem unveils his music video for, “Rap God,” which is his latest single featured on The Marshall Mathers LP 2. The Detroit native delivers a new gritty visual to accompany his aggressive and futuristic sounding track. Surrounded by his Shady family, take a look as Eminem performs to the camera and demonstrates his superior lyricism that’s responsible for placing him at the top of Hip Hop’s food chain.
Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds link up with Asher Roth on the latest episode of Juan Epstein. The main topic of discussion in the clip revolves around Eminem’s bars he aimed in Roth’s direction after feeling like the “College” rapper took a few subliminal jabs on a past song. The hosts and Asher also share a few laughs when they look back on JAY Z’s verse for Kanye West’s “Monster.” Watch as Rosenberg and Cipha explain to listeners why they find the first few lines of the song to be comical plus much more.
Part four concludes Zane Lowe’s exclusive interview with rapper Eminem. The Detroit native opens up about singing on tracks, the economic hardships the city of Detroit continues to endure and much more. Mathers explains how he enjoys embodying the underdog mentality of his city and that his music will always reflect his hometown’s fighting spirit. In fact, Marshall reveals to Lowe that he still regularly takes rides through old city neighborhoods to clear his mind and reflect on how far he’s come as an artist. Touring and live performances also served as the topic of discussion. Eminem gives viewers insight into how he began performing small shows to get back into the swing of things after releasing Relapse.
Eminem and company release a new teaser for Eminem’s upcoming music video for,”Rap God,” which is featured on the Detroit native’s album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2. The trippy and vibrant visual showcases the rapper channeling his inner ’80s TV icon, Max Headroom, and performing the song’s intro to the camera. According to officials from Slim Shady’s camp, the music video will make its debut next week.
Here is part three to Zane Lowe’s exclusive interview with BBC’s Zane Lowe. Check out Eminem as he clarifies he didn’t want to make Recovery 2 and really wanted to deliver a project that sounded different than his last. The rapper spoke on how his collaborative EP, Bad Meets Evil, with Royce Da 5’9″ came together and how the freedom of the project would eventually inspire his creative direction on TMMLP2. Slim Shady also gets into details on his Kendrick Lamar assisted song, “Love Game” and points out he wanted to give fans something they wouldn’t expect. Part three concludes with Zane and Em discussing how “Headlights” came together.
BBC and Zane Lowe release part two to their exclusive interview with Marshall Mathers. The rap superstar opens up on his style of production and shares his thoughts on getting back behind the boards for The Marshal Mathers LP 2. Lowe points out Eminem’s upbeat production on the new album while the Detroit native reassures viewers his passion for Hip Hop is far from gone. Marshall speaks on his love for rhyming, making music and points out the best thing he enjoys is having an outlet to continuously express himself with. As the conversation between the two continued, Eminem weighed in on how he deals with fame and explains that he never had any intentions in becoming a Pop star. The rapper also addressed his debut single, “My Name Is,” and reflected on his struggle in the past with drugs.
Take a listen to a new lengthy interview Eminem just had with Sway Calloway for Sirius Town Hall on Shade 45. The legendary Detroit bred emcee shares his thoughts on his accomplishments in music, admits he doesn’t pay attention much to social media or the internet, says he likes to write his lyrics and so much more. Eminem’s also gets into details about his “Symphonies In H” collaboration with Tony Touch, “Love Game” with Kendrick Lamar, rhyming techniques and allows fans the opportunity to ask some questions with a little Q&A session.
Eminem is in full promo mode as the release date for the legendary emcee’s forthcoming album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, approaches next week on November 5. Take a listen as DJ Whoo Kid had the opportunity to interview Marshall Mathers over the phone on Shade 45 satellite radio. Em gets into his experience with working with Rick Rubin and explains why he’s a major fan of the legendary producer. Slim Shady also touches on the album’s rock infused instrumentals which he clarifies was a conscious decision in order to evoke the sound reminiscent of early Beastie Boys and Run-DMC. Before calling it a wrap, the rapper addressed his recent collaboration “The Monster” featuring Rihanna, recording “Love Game” in Detroit with Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre.