Eminem is known as one of the most liked and respected rappers in the game but he also has a reputation for spewing his fair share of ill-advised rhymes. This time, it's his lyrics on "Medicine Man," from Dr. Dre's new album, 'Compton.'
While some superstars are able to overcome addiction and clean up their acts quietly and swiftly, it takes others years of struggling with drug or alcohol abuse and “rock bottom” career-threatening moments including arrests, near-death experiences or worse to admit that help is needed. Check out 20 Rappers & Singers Who Suffered From Addiction.
Technicians rejoice! After years of trying to to secure a rap duet with Eminem, Tech N9Ne has finally got it done. The Kansas City rhymer revealed that he and Slim Shady will appear on a new song that will appear on his upcoming album, 'Special Effects.'
Music’s biggest night or music’s biggest snooze fest? The 2015 Grammy Awards were a night to remember, but not necessarily for the right reasons. For hip-hop heads (or really, anyone born after the year 1980) the annual awards ceremony was fraught with its fair share of side eye-inducing lows.
The amount of vitriol Iggy Azalea suffered over the past few months basically made this year's Best Rap Album category at the Grammy Awards 'The New Classic' vs. Everybody Else. The latter took home the prize -- Eminem to be specific.
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