The Marshall Mathers LP

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  • The Rapper Eminem Is Not An Easy Task

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    recognized rappers in the world, he is Marshall Bruce Mathers the third (Mattern 1). Over the years Marshall became close with his uncle (Ronnie Mathers) who inspired him quite much and also introduced him to rap and hip-hop. Only a few years after Ronnie had introduced Marshall to hip hop, Ronnie committed suicide (“Eminem” Contemporary). This affected Marshall greatly for the man who practically raised him over the years had just committed suicide leaving Marshall alone once again. Growing up in a

  • Essay about Homophobic, I Think Not

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    release of his first album The Slim Shady LP in 1999 or the more predominate album under fire The Marshall Mathers LP released in 2000, and Encore in 2005 Eminem has been fighting off critics and gay and lesbian right activists because of his "lyrical content." People say that he is a homophobic gay basher with no respect for women. Encore is another brilliant work from eninem but the album that started the most controversy was The Marshall Mather LP. Eminem gave his foes plenty of ammunition

  • Marshall Bruce Mathers III: The Rap God

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    Marshall Bruce Mathers III, more famously referred to as Eminem or his alter ego: Slim-Shady, is the iconic rap/hip-hop artist who failed the ninth grade three times and quit school to flip burgers at a family restaurant. Mathers doesn’t consider himself as stupid, instead he advises his wide range of listeners to not follow his path. So how does a short order cook become a rapping multimillionaire? Eminem’s early years, his road to glory, the subjects of his songs, and his glorious amount of fans

  • Why Be a King When You Could Be a God?

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    full of despair – being your strength when you’re weak. And for me, I’m talking about Marshall Mathers (AKA Eminem, Slim Shady). All I can do is try to explain the significance he has to me, to thank him, to pay homage, but there’s no way that I could ever give him a gift like he gave me – and that’s worth talking about. It was Christmas Eve of 2000: my nine year-old brother was given The Marshall Mathers LP from our uncle. I remember everyone looking around the room – almost completely silent

  • Going Through Changes Analysis

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    Music has been an important part of my life. Music has been my best friend in ups and downs of my life and to get me where I am currently in life. Music has helped me control my anger issues. One song, which has helped me stabilize is Marshall Mather’s aka Eminem’s “Going through changes” which was released in June 2010. That song is important to me, because I would listen to that song whether I would be angry or content. Back in the day, when I was in elementary school, I would see myself as little

  • Donald Trump Persuasive Speech

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    really is stranger than fiction. A few days ago, well-known rapper Eminem (Marshall Mathers) voiced some rage towards Donald Trump. He did so in the form of a 4.5-minute freestyle rap called The Storm which aired on the BET Hip Hop Awards. If you are familiar with Eminem, it won’t surprise you that there is a fair amount of vulgarity and graphic imagery in the video. So, proceed with caution to the link above. While Mr. Mathers covers a bit of ground in his video, I want to focus on the major reoccurring

  • Argumentative Essay On Eminem

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    into the life of Eminem, some examples of his controversial lyrics, and the different points of view people have on him. Eminem also knows as Marshall Mathers III was a young Caucasian boy raised in Kansas City. He was part of a single-parent household which causes instability in his childhood. His mother was a drug addict who gives birth to Marshall Mathers in her teenage years, and his father left him at a very young age. He had to spend time in various locations and then finally he resided in Detroit

  • Essay on Eminem's Eminence

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    again. Critics have claimed his lyrical content is inappropriate and effects the nation’s youth negatively, but his fans argue that he and his 2010 return have been a source of inspiration and encouragement in their lives. Eminem was born Marshall Mathers III on October 17, 1972. His home life was extremely troubled. He was raised by his mother who was only 15yrs old when she gave birth to him. His father left when he

  • Marshall Bruce Mathers IIi : The Best Rappers Of All Time Essay

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    Marshall Bruce Mathers III, also known as Eminem has to be one of the best rappers of all time. He was ranked number 83 on The Rolling Stones 100 Greatest Artist’s. Through a lot of hard work and determination Eminem has shown that anything can be possible. There is so much more to him and his story than most of us know. Eminem had a rough childhood, struggled with a complicated personal life, and even though his life was imperfect he rose above creating his successful career. Marshall Mathers was

  • Research Paper On Eminem

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    Eminem aka Marshall Mathers, born in St.Joseph Missouri, United State on October 17th 1972. Eminem was raised by his single-handedly mother in Detroit, a lower class black neighbourhood. Living under a great influence of black culture, Eminem piqued his greater interest and further involved into rapping. Eminem is a successful white rapper that dominates the black genre with more than 172 million albums sold worldwide. Eminem was known as “The king of rap”, as he was said to be a major influence