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How would you like to be walking through your own home in the middle of the night and suddenly come face-to-face with a man who broke into your home? The Detroit-born Eminem, 47, was reportedly sound asleep when a male home invader slipped past his security team and got into the rap legend’s living room…

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Eminem quietly dropped a bomb on the culture with his new album Kamikaze, his best work since the 2004 album The Eminem Show. The lyrical onslaught being displayed on Kamikaze will have people wondering if Eminem is on a deliberate career suicidal crash taking on so many critics at once, especially as a veteran emcee approaching 46 years…

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Nicki Minaj jolted popular culture awake Saturday morning when the Pink Barbz delivered the news that she is dating multiplatinum rapper Eminem. The rap queen said she was “confirming” it to a fan on Instagram and it had all of cyberspace doing double takes and jaw-dropping. “You dating Eminem???” one of Minaj’s followers asked her…

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Just 15 years ago, Marshall “Eminem” Mathers made his movie debut in the hit ​film 8 Mile on Nov. 8, ​2002. The movie was deemed a success​, earning​ over $51M in its opening week while​ introducing the world to the platform of Detroit’s hip-hop. During this pivotal point in Eminem’s career, no one was to ever…

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You knew that rap icon Eminem was going to clown when he took to freestyling at the BET Hip Hop Awards on Tuesday night, and the Detroit-born rapper known as Slim Shady did not disappoint. Marshall Mathers peeled President Donald Trump like an onion. He criticized Trump for complaining about NFL protests instead of taking care…

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Eminem is working on a new album. The 44-year-old rapper — whose last record was 2013’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2 — is thought to be making a new LP after director Allen Hughes revealed Dr. Dre, a longtime collaborator of the 8 Mile star, is working on a track for the hitmaker’s “latest album.”…

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Part of rap renegade Eminem’s brilliance may have been his comedic proclivities, which he incorporated with aplomb into his lyrics, often parodying the obvious racial implication of his blockbuster success within a predominantly black genre. Marshall Mathers was purposely slamming his lyrical bat against white sensibilities because of the fact that blacks of similar talents…

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