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It might be the most divisive album in music, but the Detroit MC's magnum opus also offered refuge to a generation of disenfranchised teens. To date, Eminem has sold over million records worldwide. But while the album was wildly popular, it was also heavily criticised. Spewing out shock and awe with unrelenting aggression at every turn, he left no-one out of his firing line. I have to admit, though, that as a younger man I was more focused on how the album felt like an antidepressant, a type of audio medication, one that offered me a break from the volatile upbringing I was forced to endure as a year-old living with an alcoholic mother and, before he was kicked out of the house, a sometimes violent father. The album gave me an excuse to scream the angst out of my soul. And this way before the internet became the troll breeding ground it is today. But in amongst the lyrical jabs aimed at pop stars, actors, politicians and members of his own family, there was refuge for the disenfranchised youth. This is why many of us continue to have a complicated relationship with the album to this day. From religious groups to government officials, he faced no shortage of protesters, but while Middle America — as well as occupants of other suburban areas around the world — hated him, their kids loved him, his music and his rebellious nature.
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Credited with popularizing hip hop in Middle America , Eminem's global success and acclaimed works are widely regarded as having broken racial barriers for the acceptance of white rappers in popular music. While much of his transgressive work during the early s made him hugely controversial, he came to be a representation of popular angst and the American underclass. He has been influential for many artists of various genres and is often cited as one of the greatest rappers of all time. After the release of his next album, Encore , Eminem went on hiatus in partly due to a prescription drug addiction. Recovery was the best-selling album worldwide of , making it Eminem's second album, after The Eminem Show in , to be the best-selling album of the year worldwide. Eminem made his debut in the motion picture industry with the musical drama film 8 Mile , playing a fictionalized version of himself, and his track " Lose Yourself " from its soundtrack won the Academy Award for Best Original Song , making him the first hip hop artist to ever win the award. Eminem has developed other ventures, including Shady Records , with manager Paul Rosenberg , which helped launch the careers of artists such as 50 Cent , Yelawolf and Obie Trice , among others. In addition to his solo career, Eminem was a member of the hip hop group D He is also known for collaborations with fellow Detroit-based rapper Royce da 5'9" ; the two are collectively known as Bad Meets Evil. Eminem is among the best-selling music artists of all time , with estimated worldwide sales of more than million records.

It took him just over a year to make good on this, and, upon doing so, he catapulted rap to the forefront of the pop world in ways previously unknown. His follow-up album, The Marshall Mathers LP , contained the same provocative lyricism but took things a step further, unleashing his vitriol at both ex-lovers and pop-culture figures alike. The Marshall Mathers LP would propel Eminem to an unfathomable level of fame, but, stylistically, he would spend most of his career in a lane all his own. It was a surreal and meta moment for an MC who raps about winning an MTV Award and having to sit next to the very pop stars he eviscerates in his music. Eminem never followed tradition, but as the third track — and second song proper — on The Marshall Mathers LP , a seven-minute concept song that sampled Dido was one of the last things anyone expected. Its raw and thorough self-examination still sounds unlike anything released before or since. This was hip-hop narrative at its best and it allowed the rapper to portray not Eminem, not Slim Shady, but Marshall Mathers: a rare voice of reason. Few artists could pull off three in-character verses then pivot back to their usual persona for a fourth. Even as the biggest star in music, Eminem was going on stage dressed as a serial killer, waving chainsaws around. Regardless, The Marshall Mathers LP became the fastest-selling studio album by any solo artist in American music history — a record that went unrivalled for 15 years, until Adele released

It might be the most divisive album in music, but the Detroit MC's magnum opus also offered refuge to a generation of disenfranchised teens.

To date, Eminem has sold over million records worldwide. But while the album was wildly popular, it was also heavily criticised. Spewing out shock and awe with unrelenting aggression at every turn, he left no-one out of his firing line. I have to admit, though, that as a younger man I was more focused on how the album felt like an antidepressant, a type of audio medication, one that offered me a break from the volatile upbringing I was forced to endure as a year-old living with an alcoholic mother and, before he was kicked out of the house, a sometimes violent father.

The album gave me an excuse to scream the angst out of my soul. And this way before the internet became the troll breeding ground it is today. But in amongst the lyrical jabs aimed at pop stars, actors, politicians and members of his own family, there was refuge for the disenfranchised youth.

This is why many of us continue to have a complicated relationship with the album to this day. From religious groups to government officials, he faced no shortage of protesters, but while Middle America — as well as occupants of other suburban areas around the world — hated him, their kids loved him, his music and his rebellious nature. By Will Lavin. Related Topics Rap.



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