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    17, 1972), better known by his stage name Eminem,[1] is an American rapper, record producer and actor from Detroit, Michigan. Having sold seventy million albums worldwide,[2] Eminem is one of the highest-selling musicians of the early 2000s and one of the highest-selling rap artists of all time.[2] Eminem was discovered by rapper and producer, Dr. Dre. When Dr. Dre first heard Eminem's mixtape, he thought Eminem was black.[3] Dr. Dre later signed Eminem to his record label, Aftermath Entertainment

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    Eminem Evaluation

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    Bruce Mathers the third also know as Eminem after being arrested for carrying a concealed weapon without a license and assault with a deadly weapon. The night in question is June 4th 2000 in Michigan at the Hard Rocks Cafe. Eminem became aggravated after witnessing his wife Kim Mathers kissing another man by the name of John Guerra on the cheek. Eminem was taken into custody after the incident and was later release on bond. (Craughwell, 2011, p. 137) Eminem was abandoned by his father as a newborn

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    Eminem was born Marshall Mathers III on October 17, 1972 in St. Joseph, Missouri, to Marshall Mathers Jr. and Deborah Mathers. His father abandoned the family when Marshall was just a baby. His mother raised him by herself. He grew up very poor, going from school to school every time his mother would get a new job. He didn’t have many friends and would constantly get bullied throughout his childhood. He was always fond of English and would read the dictionary in his spare time just to expand his

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    pair of eyes, there is a couple with a “no” sign on it. This prove how Eminem and his wife can’t go back to the way they were as teenagers. The houses are to represent the difference between him and their mother. How she moved to a poorer home while he flew across the country. The final picture in the far right is to show how they missed a chance for a better life and how their kids. The first lyric captures the life that Eminem had. He didn’t have anything growing up and he wanted to change that

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    also known as Eminem. I chose to write about Eminem because he deeply impact the music industry, and people’s lives. When Eminem was 9 years old he was in a coma. He was put in a coma by a bully at school. He was in a coma for one straight week. Eminem would also get bullied at home not just at school. His mom was a drug addict that didn’t really care much about him. Eminem’s best friend Proof died. Eminem’s new best friend became Andre Romelle Young. Andre is known as Dr. Dre. Eminem met Dr. Dre in

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    Eminem Pros And Cons

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    Yale Lash Dr. Josh Moon SEMN 105 Music and Freedom 22 November 2016 Eminem: The Doors He Opened and The Doors Which Still Remain Closed Turn on the radio in 1990 and you won’t hear a song by NWA, Ice Cube, or Snoop Dogg playing as the number one song in America, no, that title belonged to Vanilla Ice with his hit single “Ice, Ice Baby”. White rap artists, such as Vanilla Ice or the Beastie Boys, contributed a lot to rap during the late 80s and 90s, but that all changed in 1999 when Vanilla Ice

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    Eminem Eminem is an iconic figure that millions of people recognize around the world for over decades now. Not only for his music but the pure controversy that his music includes. Many people see him as a politically incorrect artist who lacks awareness of his word choice which ultimately leads him to controversy. Throughout my essay, I will give some insight into the life of Eminem, some examples of his controversial lyrics, and the different points of view people have on him. Eminem also knows

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    Have you ever heard of the Eminem the American rapper? You believe that most famous people don’t fail in life. Eminem however has failed with his family, childhood, but has succeeded in recovery and rehab. Eminem has a bunch of family, but never actually knew them. His mother's name was Deborah Mathers. He had a father which he never knew. He always wrote him letters, but they would always come back to him. Eminem fell in love with Kimberly Scott which they had a child. Their relationship was on

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    Have you ever heard of the Eminem the American rapper? You believe that most famous people don’t fail in life. Eminem however has failed with his family, childhood, but has succeeded in recovery and rehab. Eminem has a bunch of family, but never actually knew them. His mother's name was Deborah Mathers. He had a father which he never knew. He always wrote him letters, but they would always come back to him. Eminem fell in love with Kimberly Scott which they had a child. Their relationship was on

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    Eminem Final Project

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    For this final project in Statistics, 7th period, Mr.Heflin, I have chosen to do my project on Eminem. He is a very popular artist, record producer, and actor. He is known as one (if not the best) of the best-selling artists in of the 2000s in the United States. I chose this artist because I found his life, career, and history interesting. One of the many interesting facts about him is that his song “Rap God” released in October 2013, is in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the most words

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