ESPN The Magazine links up with rappers Kendrick Lamar and Eminem. After recently unveiling the music inspired cover with Nicki Minaj and Kobe Bryant, the publication shares with fans the remaining issues also featuring Chris Paul and Calvin Johnson. Check out Lamar and Paul showcase their slick fashion styles while Marshall and Johnson keep things rather casual while kicking back on a pair of huge speakers.
Eminem teased fans with a short preview just the other day and now he unveils the full version of his new music video with Rihanna for, “The Monster.” The track serves as the latest single from Eminem and showcases the Detroit native in a few scenes that represent some memorable moments in his career. Check out Em as he reflects on his past accolades and battles with some of his inner demons on his lastest offering while Rihanna takes the wheel on the chorus.
Eminem is back with a new teaser for his upcoming music video, “The Monster,” featuring pop sensation, Rihanna. The trippy short visual finds Eminem in what looks like to be some type of counseling office as he stares into a tube television and contemplates. There’s also a quick cut to Rihanna who appears to take the roll of a doctor as she evaluates the rapper while he watches clips of some of his biggest accolades in Hip Hop.
Here’s another visual from Eminem’s recent in-studio performance for BBC Radio 1. Take a look as Slim Shady jumps into his Recovery smash single, “Not Afraid,” and gives an emotional live rendition for the cameras. Be sure to pick up Eminem’s latest offering with the album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, which is now available in stores.
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.
Here’s a new visual from Eminem’s recent performance at BBC’s Maida Vale studios for Radio 1. With a full band behind him and Alchemist on the turntables, Slim Shady decided to serve up a live rendition of his classic hit, “Stan,” which is featured on the Detroit native’s timeless album The Marshall Mathers LP.
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.
Long Beach’s premiere lyricist, Crooked I, is back with part two of his “Shady Dynasty” series. Switching things up from part one, the new track finds the Slaughterhouse emcee showing off his advanced bars and crafty wordplay over a slowed down version of JAY Z’s “The Dynasty Intro” instrumental. It’s no mercy for the competition as Crooked makes it clear he’s taking no prisoners, has no plans of slowing up and boastfully embraces his dominance in the game.