If so, this would be the first new D12 music in 10 years.
This year was an interesting one in music, as all of the artists you expected to do well did, and many new stars emerged. Between Justin Timberlake making his long awaited return to music, to […]
We saw some pretty cool, and unexpected collaborations in 2013, from Lady Gaga collaborating with not only R. Kelly but Twista and T.I., to Katy Perry and Juicy J, to Jay Z and Justin Timberlake […]
In another installment of Radio.com’s year-end coverage, Nate Patrin examines how the most powerful rap releases of 2013 were focused on something smaller, and in the wake of “meh” big albums, this might be a future trend.
The splashy video features Rihanna as Eminem’s therapist. She observes the Detroit rapper as he watches a series of images from his life, including his daughter Hailie.
With the release of The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem raced back to the top of the charts, selling an impressive 792,000 copies. Now, he’s set to give some of that love — and cash — back to a children’s charity in his home state.
The track has generated controversy for homophobic slurs found in the lyrics.
The rapper sat down for a wide-ranging interview where he discussed a wide range of topics centered around the chart-busting ‘MMLP2′ full-length.
So while his latest LP has as many hits as it does misses, we chose to inspect five of its illest verses, which showcase that even if he may not have much to say these days, he still says it better than most everyone else.
Hip-hop heads and comic book collectors alike were sent scrambling to their local shops to pick up a copy, but they were nearly impossible to find since each retailer was only sent a single issue.