History YMMV / Eminem

12th May '16 1:56:28 AM InTheGallbladder
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** Inversely, at least early in his mainstream career, he seemed to win awards in rap categories by default even if other (read: black) artists were more deserving that year.

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** Inversely, at least early in his mainstream career, he seemed to win awards in rap categories by default even if other (read: black) artists were more deserving that year.default.
30th Apr '16 8:11:58 PM CosmoKessler297
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** Or on "Drop the World" from the Music/LilWayne rock album. Most people weren't fans of the album, except for the song Em was on.

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** Or on "Drop the World" from the Music/LilWayne rock album.album ''Rebirth''. Most people weren't fans of the album, except for the song Em was on.
30th Apr '16 8:06:01 PM CosmoKessler297
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** As mentioned above in FunnyAneurysmMoment, "One Shot 2 Shot" became this when Proof of D12 was killed in a shooting a nightclub in 2006.

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** As mentioned above in FunnyAneurysmMoment, "One Shot 2 Shot" became this when Proof of D12 was killed in a shooting at a nightclub in 2006.



* HilariousInHindsight: During the third verse in "Without Me" Eminem takes a shot at Music/{{Moby}}, claiming "Nobody listens to Techno!" Several years later, Music/{{Kesha}}, Music/LadyGaga and other techno-based artists take over the charts, though techno was popular in the 1990s too, as Moby's ''Music/{{Play}}'' (1999) was a gigantic success even then. Just as hilariously, the year "Without Me" came out (2002), Music/KylieMinogue and her electro-poppy "Cant Get You Out of My Head" take over the charts world wide, as -- of course -- does Moby with "We Are All Made of Stars."

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* HilariousInHindsight: During the third verse in "Without Me" Eminem takes a shot at Music/{{Moby}}, claiming "Nobody listens to Techno!" Several years later, Music/{{Kesha}}, Music/LadyGaga and other techno-based artists take over the charts, though techno was popular in the 1990s too, as Moby's ''Music/{{Play}}'' (1999) was a gigantic success even then. Just as hilariously, the year "Without Me" came out (2002), Music/KylieMinogue and her electro-poppy "Cant Get You Out of My Head" take over the charts world wide, worldwide, as -- of course -- does Moby with "We Are All Made of Stars."
28th Apr '16 3:42:11 PM stuffedninja
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** Guess who's back...back again? [X] is back. Tell a friend.
23rd Feb '16 6:02:09 PM stuffedninja
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** While it was mocked for its heavy inspiration from NAS' style and its sales were non-existent, people who listen to ''Infinite'' nowadays find itů really not that bad at all.

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** While it was mocked for its heavy inspiration from NAS' Nas' style and its sales were non-existent, people who listen to ''Infinite'' nowadays find itů really not that bad at all.
20th Feb '16 7:22:06 PM JamesDaCatt
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** His cameo in TheInterview is one of the more memorable scenes in the film.
16th Feb '16 7:38:57 PM Ramone490
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** While it was mocked for its heavy inspiration from NAS' style and its sales were non-existent, people who listen to ''Millenium'' nowadays find itů really not that bad at all.

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** While it was mocked for its heavy inspiration from NAS' style and its sales were non-existent, people who listen to ''Millenium'' ''Infinite'' nowadays find itů really not that bad at all.
8th Feb '16 4:42:45 AM Freshmeat
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* MagnumOpus: Eminem has two: "Stan" and "Lose Yourself". They're his most critically acclaimed songs, with the former regularly appearing on "Greatest ____ Songs Lists" and the latter won him an Academy Award.
** If we're talking about whole albums, ''Music/TheMarshallMathersLP'' is considered his best.
30th Jan '16 4:57:33 PM Lyendith
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* VindicatedByHistory: Opinions on ''Relapse'' have become less negative over the years, and today many consider it better than ''Recovery'' and ''[=MMLP2=]'' (and obviously, better than ''Encore''). Ironic as the album was subject to CreatorBacklash soon after it came out.

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* VindicatedByHistory: VindicatedByHistory:
** While it was mocked for its heavy inspiration from NAS' style and its sales were non-existent, people who listen to ''Millenium'' nowadays find itů really not that bad at all.
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Opinions on ''Relapse'' have become less negative over the years, and today many consider it better than ''Recovery'' and ''[=MMLP2=]'' (and obviously, better than ''Encore''). Ironic as the album was subject to CreatorBacklash soon after it came out.
30th Jan '16 3:15:38 PM Lyendith
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* VindicatedByHistory: Opinions on ''Relapse'' have become less negative over the years, and today many consider it better than ''Recovery'' and ''MMLP2'' (and obviously, better than ''Encore''). Ironic as the album was subject to CreatorBacklash soon after it came out.

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* VindicatedByHistory: Opinions on ''Relapse'' have become less negative over the years, and today many consider it better than ''Recovery'' and ''MMLP2'' ''[=MMLP2=]'' (and obviously, better than ''Encore''). Ironic as the album was subject to CreatorBacklash soon after it came out.
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