Wonder what a Detroit Tigers’ player does on his day off? Hang out with Eminem, duh. Fox Sports followed Prince Fielder for a day and filmed his experience with Slim Shady, saw him helping his kids with homework, and… being a normal man.
It’s been 10 years since Eminem’s 8 Mile hit theaters, and in celebration of this anniversary, VIBE magazine corralled the original cast for an interview and gave Em the cover. Check out the excerpt below about the battle scenes — and see the whole thing HERE.
Pink and Eminem? Yes. The two collaborated for this party record called Here Comes the Weekend off Pink’s upcoming The Truth About Love, due September 18.
“I’m not Puffy, but Ima run the city tonight/ When I hit it, I might act like a freakin’ idiot” says Emimen in his verse.
Listen to the DJ Khalil produced rowdy song below.
In this Interview with Montreality, Sway Calloway of MTV News/Shade45, speaks about his long friendship with Eminem, having interviewed Biggie a few days before he passed away & having conducted one of Tupac Shakur’s very last interviews.
LEGENDARY!! Watch below.
Actor, Adrian Grenier (Vinny Chase from Entourage), has decided to produce a documentary that gives us an inside look at the world of drug dealing. The film, How To Make Money Selling Drugs features clips from 50 Cent and Eminem — and will also be premiered during the Toronto Film Festival this September
This fascinating documentary offers an in-depth look at the high-stakes world of drug dealing and drug enforcement, featuring interviews with top-ranking government officials and such celebrities as Woody Harrelson, Susan Sarandon, The Wire creator David Simon and rappers Eminem, 50 Cent and Rick Ross.
As the citizens may know, today marks the one year anniversary of Sway‘s morning show on Shade 45 — properly titled #SwayInTheMorning. Did you know Eminem runs that station? Better yet, did you know as a young MC, Eminem used to freestyle on Sway and Tech’s The Wake Up Show?!
Let’s take a little walk down memory lane. See below for the first day of Sway’s show, as Eminem welcomes him aboard. Below that, you’ll notice Slim and Sway’s 2005 interview where he talks about getting signed with Dr. Dre, and even kicks a freestyle where he slay’s Sway
and his hair. Also enjoy some vintage freestyles from The Wake Up Show days.
Happy one year anniversary, Sway!!
Charles Hamilton just released this 7 minute track, I Don’t Care off his upcoming mixtape, Ill Doesn’t Meen Classic (July 7). Did we mention that Eminem co-produced the joint?