Life Biography of Eminem
Some people called "the great white hope" of rap. It is said that Dr. Dre found Eminem's demo on the garage floor of Jimmy Iovine, Interscope head of the firm. Although this did not lead directly to a recording contract, once Eminem won second place in the battle against Otherwize of MCs of Rap Olympics 1997, Dr. Dre agreed to sign him. Revealing himself When he joined Interscope, Eminem released The Slim Shady LP, which was one of the most successful albums of the year, going triple platinum. With the huge success of the album came controversy surrounding many of his lyrics. In the song "97 Bonnie and Clyde", Eminem describes a trip with his infant daughter, the bodies of his wife, his mistress and son. Another song, "Guilty Conscience" ends with Eminem and Dr. Dre encouraging a man to murder his wife and her lover. The Marshall Mathers LP was released in May 2000 and quickly sold two million copies.The first single, "The Real Slim Shady", was a bit of a stir by saying certain things and spreading rumors about some famous doubtful. In the song, Eminem says, among other things, that Christina Aguilera had oral sex with Fred Durst (Limp Bizkit) and Carson Daly (MTV TRL).
In the third single, "Stan" (which used a sample of Dido's song "Thank You"), Eminem told the story of a fan so obsessed with him that ends up committing suicide and killing his pregnant girlfriend, imitating one of the songs The Slim Shady LP. Backlash With the great success of his second album, the controversy surrounding Eminem grew even more, especially when The Marshall Mathers LP was nominated for a Grammy for best album of the year.Though Mathers had always claimed that his lyrics did not have to be taken seriously, and that he had nothing against homosexuals or women, the rights group GLAAD organized a gay boycott of the Grammys against Eminem. Mathers responded by singing "Stan" on stage with singer Elton John (who is gay), ending the performance hugging John to show that he did not have anything against homosexuals. Although this impacted many people, this gesture failed to appease all critics. As one of the six members of the rap group D12, Eminem on the album Devil's Night, released in 2001. The album went multiplatinum. It contained the single "Purple Pills". Another song, "Blow My Buzz", was part of the soundtrack of the film The Wash (2001), in which Eminem had a cameo. Eminem's third album, The Eminem Show came aa sale in the summer of 2002. It featured the single "Without Me", an apparent sequel to "The Real Slim Shady" in which he makes derogatory comments about boy bands (boy bands), Moby, and Lynne Cheney, among others. On November 19, 2003, Eminem was again embroiled in controversy when a cassette tape was played during a press conference for The Source magazine. The 1998 tape showed a young Mathers singing a rap freestyle (freestyle) in which despised women of color, saying they were "stupid" compared to white women.Mathers said it had made the recording Depues girlfriend broke up with her color. On December 8, 2003, The Secret Service of the United States admitted that he had been considering allegations that Mathers had threatened the President of the United States after the unreleased song "We as Americans" to be distributed over the Internet. The letter in question: Fuck money / I do not rap for dead presidents / I'd rather see the president dead / It's never been said, But I set precedents (We will fuck for money / not rap for dead presidents / I'd rather see the president dead / I never told anyone before, but I'm above).Other works Eminem made his Hollywood debut with the semi-autobiographical film 8 Mile (8 Mile), which premiered in November 2002. He recorded many new songs for the soundtrack, including "Lose Yourself," which won an Oscar for best song. Eminem has also lent his voice to the program Crank Yankers and a web cartoon called "The Slim Shady Show", which after sell on DVD.