Eminem would do anything to make his fans happy —just ask mega fan Gage Garmo. Garmo has a rare form of bone cancer called Osteosarcoma and was given one week to live. Thanks to Stans and the hashtags #GarmoStrong and #GetGageGarmoToMeetEminem, Eminem was able to make Garmos last wish come true.
Music videos can be frustrating sometimes. Why? Because your favorite artists like Eminem, Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga don’t read your tweets when they conceptualize their music videos with directors, cinematographers and stuff. It’s quite rude of them, really. But they have the deepest connection to the song, so we suppose their visual interpretation is what we must enjoy and not the versions that we create in our brains. Still, it’s the worst when a song is so super awesome that you sing it all day long, and then its video premieres and it sucks.
When a young Eminem came onto the scene with bleached blonde hair and a bad attitude, the Detroit emcee released a slew of highly offensive but hilarious music videos that have lived on in infamy. Take a look back at these unforgettable music videos that will have you laughing your ass off.
Last year—after many grueling hours of scientific research and consultations with booty experts—we compiled a list of the 15 greatest songs about butts. However, with so much booty in this world (right, Kim Kardashian?) we think it’s time to wow you with 20 more great songs about butts. (Jingle, jingle. Christmas came early, booty lovers.) While our original list is still pretty great (awesome, even) – we regretfully left out a few wondrous jams dedicated to juicy derrieres. The booties were super sad about that. Our bad! And being alive during a booty-obsessed year (right, Amber Rose?)—where Jason Derulo begged butts worldwide to do some wiggling and J.Lo and Iggy Azeala’s moneymakers went cheek-to-cheek in the steamy “Booty” video—it’s only right that we pay homage to newfangled, booty-inspired, musical masterpieces. So. Many. Bums.
In honor of Eminem‘s two-disc Shady XV release and 15 years of Shady Records, we dug up old interviews of a young Marshall Mathers discussing the impact that pop queenBritney Spears had on little girls, including his daughter Hailie Jade, and why losing a battle was never an option for him.
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In the latest clip of Eminem‘s Lose Yourself documentary by Beats by Dr. Dre, Shady reveals that there was another version of “Lose Yourself” that was never released. However, he has no memory of actually recording it.