Eminem has once again teamed up with pop diva Rihanna on the accompanying music video for their latest collaboration “The Monster.” In the clip, the Barbadian beauty provides some much needed therapy for a troubled Eminem in an empty warehouse.
Dr. Rihanna feels that self-reflection is the best cure for Marshall Mathers as she tries to rid him of the monster inside of his head by making him watch a movie featuring moments from his life. Next, Eminem reluctantly takes a telling ride down an elevator shaft and comes face to face with several older versions of himself. Finally, the elevator doors open and the rapper emerges to find himself being held captive in a box. As Eminem makes his way back to the elevator, the screens fades to black. Take a trip down Slim Shady memory lane and check out the self-reflective video.
Watch as Eminem turns from meer mortal into a full blown God in his music video for "Rap God". This six minute track off of Marshall Mathers LP 2 lists all the reasons he is still considered to be a rap legend, all while defacing the names of new rappers that are claiming to be gods themselves. Check out the video and let us know how you feel about it.
It's like it's the early 2000's again with Eminem filling recent headlines. Now his Oscar winning smash hit "Lose Yourself," from the iconic movie 8 Mile, has gone through a slight Hick-Hop makeover thanks to Taylor Swift, who covered the song when she stopped by Pittsburgh radio station, Froggy. Armed with her acoustic guitar, T.Swift lays down some rap bars and adds in some country vibes to the chorus.
The track is already a hit! Maybe she will make an extended version? hopefully!
Check out the song below!
The 2013 MTV EMA’s proved to be an out of this world night full of awesome, gif-worthy moments, killer performances, and cheery celebs. Redfoo kept the space party pumping all night as the show’s host. He stripped off his suit and slipped into his most comfortable attire (a shiny, tiny speedo), and later in the show managed to stage dive into the crowd. Miley lit up a joint on stage. Will Ferrell made an appearance as the infamous Ron Burgundy and provided laughs and awkward backstage interviews with celebrities. Eminem took home the Global Icon Award and reminded us why he is a “rap god.” But the performances are what really made the night an unforgettable one.
The first ever YouTube Awards are fast approaching, and the nominees for the awards show have been revealed today (October 22) via Billboard. Among the nominees are Lady Gaga, controversial pop-star Miley Cyrus, and One Direction, and many others. In addition to the nominees being announced, more performers have been revealed, as MIA, Tyler, The Creator and Earl Sweatshirt will join Eminem, Arcade Fire, and Lady Gaga amongst the performers for the inaugural gig. The live awards show will be held on November 3rd at NYC's Pier 39, and will set the stage for a new frontier of awards shows. The full list of nominees can be seen below.
Eminem is back with a new album, Marshall Mathers LP 2, which is due to release on November 5. If you weren't informed, Marshall has released the tracklist for the album. It includes the already released tracks, "Bezerk" and "Survival", and now he's dropping another song off the album for us to hear. "Rap God" is a six minute track where Em goes off - bragging and proving as to why he was and still is one of rap's most lengendary emcees. This is very promising track for what to expect on the fortcoming album, after delivering some sub-par albums in the most recent past. Give it a listen and let us know if you think Eminem has got his mojo back.
With the Marshall Mathers LP 2's November 5th release date inching closer and closer, new details on the record are beginning to emerge. We've already seen videos for new tracks "Survival" and "Berzerk" and now the controversial rapper has made an official tracklisting, snapshot of the back cover art and details on some of his collaborators available.
The Grammy Award-winning artist will be joined by former "Love the Way You Lie collaborator Rihanna, as well as Kendrick Lamar, Nate Ruess (Ellie Goulding, Ke$ha) and Skylar Grey. The executive producers of the record are, not surpisingly, Dr. Dre and Rick Rubin.
YouTube has announced today that they will hold their first-ever YouTube Music Awards on November 3rd. The event, which will take place at Pier 36 in New York City, will be hosted by actor/musician Jason Schwartzman. This first-of-its-kind event has set it sights on shaking up the traditional awards show format, and will surely be a captivativing event to experience. The 90-minute event, produced by Spike Jonze, will live stream on YouTube, and will award winners in six categories that will be solely based on viewer votes. Headlining the inaugural show will be Lady GaGa, Eminem, and Arcade Fire, along with more to be announced later. Check out the video below with host Jason Schwartzman detailing the November 3rd event.
If you guys don't remember MMLP was the first album that really brought Eminem into the mainstream light, with tracks like "Stan", "The Real Slim Shady", and "The Way I Am". Since then Eminem has had his personal ups and downs, which have been relative to his musical successes and woes. But nonetheless, Eminem is one of rap's all-stars and there is no doubting his empicable lyricism. "Marshall Mathers LP 2" will be executive produced by Dr. Dre and Rick Rubin, so you can only expect greatness.
Last night, MTV's annual Video Music Awards went down in no other than Brooklyn, New York at the new Barclays Center. With a theme based around the history and culture of the infamous borough, this award show was definitely something to see.
The show kicked off immediately with a performance by Lady Gaga. At this point no one is surprised by here unusual outfits, which she switched seamlessly throughout her performance of "Applause".