Eminem was recently announced as the first rapper to headline London’s famed Wembley Stadium, with ticket demand for the event being so high that a second show at the 90,000-capacity venue has been added.
With the release of The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem raced back to the top of the charts, selling an impressive 792,000 copies. Now, he’s set to give some of that love — and cash — back to a children’s charity in his home state.
The third single from the rapper’s recently released album, MMLP2, “Rap God” was an instant hit for many listeners, given Eminem’s dazzling wordplay throughout the song, including a 97-word verse delivered in just 15 seconds.
The rapper sat down for a wide-ranging interview where he discussed a wide range of topics centered around the chart-busting ‘MMLP2’ full-length.
So while his latest LP has as many hits as it does misses, we chose to inspect five of its illest verses, which showcase that even if he may not have much to say these days, he still says it better than most everyone else.
Last night (November 2) marked Eminem’s sixth appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live’ and minus a few de rigeur sound issues, the self-proclaimed Rap God owned the stage with two songs from his forthcoming album ‘The Marshall Mathers LP 2.’
The rapper is slated to perform on the November 2nd episode of the show, hosted by Kerry Washington and airing only three days before the release of his latest album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, on November 5.
Eminem revealed the tracklist for his upcoming album, ‘The Marshall Mathers LP 2’ and it seems Em isn’t the only star featured on his follow-up to 2010’s ‘Recovery.’
‘MMLP2’ is due out November 5, so what’s it going to sound like? We’ve got some opinions on the matter, involving the Beastie Boys and MF Doom.
The second single from ‘MMLP2’ gives Billy Squier some love.
His first album since 2009’s ‘Recovery’ and his tenth studio album will be out November 5.