Eminem will drop 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2' on Nov. 5 and it's a welcome return. While Em's recent records addressed his addictions, relapses and recoveries, and were full of hits, the new album finds the iconic rapper as angry and as clever as ever while he spits rhymes.
'Love the Way You Lie,' Eminem's weighty duet with Rihanna, which explored a crumbling and destructive relationship, was one of the biggest hits of both of their careers. It makes sense for them to reprise with 'The Monster,' which will appear on his 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2' and is a much more upbeat and less serious track, sonically speaking.
Eminem's videos are always as vivid and as visceral as the rhymes he spits. He is usually featured prominently in every clip and his intense, expressive eyes are usually one of the most arresting things about his videos. But Em's videos often feel like mini movies, as well, advancing a narrative in under six minutes and leaving a mark.
We may not be able to shorten the wait between now and the Nov. 5 release of Eminem's new 'Marshall Mathers LP 2' album, but we can at least help you pass the time by looking over the complete 'MMLP2' track listing.
Eminem fans are well aware of his daughter Hailie Jade, as he referenced her many times in songs. The teen is a senior in high school and in addition to, you know, having the world's most famous rapper for a dad, she was also named Homecoming Queen at her high school.
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