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Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III, 17 October 1973, Kansas City, Missouri, USA. This white rapper burst onto the US charts in 1999 with a controversial take on the horrorcore genre. Mathers endured an itinerant childhood, living with his mother in various states before eventually ending up in Detroit at the age of 12. He took up rapping in high school before dropping out in ninth grade, joining ad hoc groups Basement Productions, the New Jacks, and D12. The newly named Eminem released a raw debut album in 1997 through independent label FBT. Infinite was poorly received, however, with Eminem earning unfavourable comparisons to leading rappers such as Nas and AZ. His determination to succeed was given a boost by a prominent feature in Source's Unsigned Hype column, and he gained revenge on his former critics when he won the Wake Up Show's Freestyle Performer Of The Year award, and finished runner-up in Los Angeles' annual Rap Olympics. The following year's The Slim Shady EP, named after his sinister alter-ego, featured some vitriolic attacks on his detractors. The stand-out track, "Just Don't Give A fuck", became a highly popular underground hit, and led to guest appearances on MC Shabaam Sahddeq's "Five Star Generals" single and Kid Rock's Devil Without A Cause set. As a result, Eminem was signed to Aftermath Records by label boss Dr. Dre, who adopted the young rapper as his protege and acted as co-producer on Eminem's full-length debut. Dre's beats featured prominently on The Slim Shady LP, a provocative feast of violent, twisted lyrics, with a moral outlook partially redeemed by Eminem's claim to be only "voicing" the thoughts of the Slim Shady character. Parody or no parody, lyrics to tracks such as "97 Bonnie & Clyde" (which contained lines about killing the mother of his child) and frequent verbal outbursts about his mother were held by many, outside even the usual Christian moral majority, to be deeply irresponsible. The album was buoyed by the commercial success of the singles "My Name Is" and "Guilty Conscience" (the former helped by a striking, MTV-friendly video), and climbed to number 2 on the US album chart in March 1999.

Eminem subsequently made high profile appearances on Rawkus Records' Soundbombing Volume 2 compilation and Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott's Da Real World. He was also in the news when his mother filed a lawsuit claiming that comments made by the rapper during interviews and on The Slim Shady LP had caused, amongst other things, emotional distress, damage to her reputation and loss of self-esteem. None of which harmed the sales of Eminem's follow-up album, The Marshall Mathers LP, which debuted at number 1 on the US album chart in May 2000 and established him as the most successful rapper since the mid-90s heyday of 2Pac and Snoop Doggy Dogg. By the end of the year, however, his troubled personal life and a serious assault charge had removed the gloss from his phenomenal commercial success. Despite criticism from gay rights groups, the rapper swept up three Grammy Awards the following February. He also reunited with his D12 colleagues to record the transatlantic chart-topping Devil's Night.

Eminem's new studio album, The Eminem Show, was premiered by single "Without Me". The track, which debuted at UK number 1 in May 2002, featured a sample from Malcolm McLaren's "Buffalo Girls" and was supported by a controversial video which saw the rapper dressing up as Osama Bin Laden. The album debuted at number 1 on both sides of the Atlantic. Later in the year, Eminem made his mainstream acting debut in 8 Mile. The lead single from the soundtrack, "Lose Yourself", gave the rapper his first US number 1 single in November.

Awards :

Rapper Eminem, a.k.a. Marshall Mathers, a.k.a. Slim Shady, has sold more than 80 million albums internationally, making him one of the world's best-selling artists. Since getting his start as Dr. Dre's protégé, he's won 11 Grammys, an Oscar (for Best Song, from the autobiographical film 8 Mile), and a whopping 11 EMAs—the most any artist has accumulated to date. The Detroit-born MC's rhymes range from playful trash talk about celebrities to raw confessionals about his often dysfunctional emotional life, all delivered with his trademark rapid-fire wordplay.

His latest album, Recovery, became his sixth consecutive number-one album in the U.S. and charted at number one in several other countries. It was the best-selling album of 2010 worldwide, and won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album.

RIT AWARDS (2005)

Best International Male Solo Artist

OTHERS (2005)

World Music Award For Pop/Rock artist
World Music Award For Rap/Hip-Hop artist
Teen Choice Awards For Choice music rap artist
Teen Choice Awards For Choice music rap artist track - Mockingbird
Detroit Music Awards For Outstanding national major label recording - Encore

GRAMMY AWARDS (2004)

Best Male Rap Solo Performance - Lose Yourself
Best Rap Song - Lose Yourself

GRAMMY AWARDS (2003)

Best Short Form Music Video - Without Me
Best Rap Album - The Eminem Show

MTV MOVIE AWARDS (2003)

Best Male Actor - 8 Mile
Best Breakthrough Performance - 8 Mile

MTV EUROPEAN AWARDS (2003)

Best Hip Hop Artist

MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS (2003)

Best Video From A Film - Lose Yourself

BILLBOARD AWARDS (2003)

Best Album - The Eminem Show
Best Rap Album - The Eminem Show
Best Album's Artist

OTHERS (2003)

American Music Award For Best Album, Hip-Hop/R&B - The Eminem Show
American Music Award For Best Album, Pop/Rock - The Eminem Show
American Music Award For Favorite Male Artist, Hip-Hop/R&B
American Music Award For Favorite Male Artist, Pop/Rock
People's Choice Award For Favorite Male Performer
Juno Award For Best International Album
Oscar Award For Best Song From a Motion Picture - Lose Yourself
Detroit Music Award For Best National Single - Lose Yourself
Much Music Award For Favorite International Artist
Swedish Hit Music Awards For Best Foreign Artist/Group

MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS (2002)

Best Video Of The Year - Without Me
Best Male Video - Without Me
Best Rap Video - Without Me
Best Direction In A Video - Without Me (Director: Joseph Kahn)

MTV EUROPEAN AWARDS (2002)

Best Male Act
Best Hip-Hop Act
Best Album - The Eminem Show

BILLBOARD MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS (2002)

Best Album - The Eminem Show
Best R&B/Hip Hop Album - The Eminem Show

GRAMMY AWARDS (2001)

Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group - Forgot About Dre (with Dr Dre)
Best Rap Solo Performance - The Real Slim Shady
Best Rap Album - The Marshall Mathers LP

BILLBOARD MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS (2001)

Maximum Vision Award - The Real Slim Shady
Best Rap Hip Hop Clip - The Real Slim Shady

THE SOURCE MAGAZINE AWARDS (2001)

Best Video of the Year - Stan

OTHERS (2001)

New Music Express Award For Best Hip Hop/Rap Act
Juno Award For Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) - The Marshall Mathers LP
Playboy Poll Music Award For Best Music Video - The Real Slim Shady
Playboy Poll Music Award For Best R&B/Rap Vocalist
World Music Award For World's Best Selling Rap Artist
2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Award For Favorite Male Artist
2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Award For Favorite Artist-Rap
2001 ESPN Music Artist of the Year
2001 Detroit Music Award For Best National Album - The Marshall Mathers LP
2001 Detroit Music Award For Best National Single - The Real Slim Shady

GRAMMY AWARDS (2000)

Best Rap Album - The Marshall Mathers LP
Best Rap Solo Performance - The Real Slim Shady
Best Rap Duo Performance - Forgot About Dre (with Dr Dre)

MTV MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS (2000)

Best Male Video - The Real Slim Shady
Video Of The Year - The Real Slim Shady
Best Rap Video - Forgot About Dre (with Dr Dre)

MTV EUROPEAN MUSIC AWARDS (2000)

Album Of The Year - The Marshall Mathers LP
Best Hip Hop Artist

THE SOURCE MAGAZINE AWARDS (2000)

Best Lyricist Of the Year
Best Video of the Year - Guilty Conscience (with Dr Dre)

OTHERS (2000)

Ericksson Muzik Awards Virgin Megastore's Best Album
Music of Black Origin Award- Best Hip Hop Act
Right On Magazine Award Best Male Hip Hop Performer of the Year

GRAMMY AWARDS (1999)

Best Rap Solo Performance - My Name Is
Best Rap Album - The Slim Shady LP

MTV MUSIC AWARDS (1999)

Best New Artist In A Video - My Name Is

Rap Olympics Runner-Up (1997)

Personal Information :

Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III, 17 October 1972, Kansas City, Missouri, USA. This white rapper burst onto the US charts in 1999 with a controversial take on the horrorcore genre. Mathers endured an itinerant childhood, living with his mother in various states before eventually ending up in Detroit at the age of 12. He took up rapping in high school before dropping out in ninth grade, joining ad hoc groups Basement Productions, the New Jacks, and D12. The newly named Eminem released a raw debut album in 1997 through independent label FBT. Infinite was poorly received, however, with Eminem earning unfavourable comparisons to leading rappers such as Nas and AZ. His determination to succeed was given a boost by a prominent feature in Source's Unsigned Hype column, and he gained revenge on his former critics when he won the Wake Up Show's Freestyle Performer Of The Year award, and finished runner-up in Los Angeles' annual Rap Olympics. The following year's The Slim Shady EP, named after his sinister alter-ego, featured some vitriolic attacks on his detractors. The stand-out track, "Just Don't Give A fuck", became a highly popular underground hit, and led to guest appearances on MC Shabaam Sahddeq's "Five Star Generals" single and Kid Rock's Devil Without A Cause set. As a result, Eminem was signed to Aftermath Records by label boss Dr. Dre, who adopted the young rapper as his protege and acted as co-producer on Eminem's full-length debut. Dre's beats featured prominently on The Slim Shady LP, a provocative feast of violent, twisted lyrics, with a moral outlook partially redeemed by Eminem's claim to be only "voicing" the thoughts of the Slim Shady character. Parody or no parody, lyrics to tracks such as "97 Bonnie & Clyde" (which contained lines about killing the mother of his child) and frequent verbal outbursts about his mother were held by many, outside even the usual Christian moral majority, to be deeply irresponsible. The album was buoyed by the commercial success of the singles "My Name Is" and "Guilty Conscience" (the former helped by a striking, MTV-friendly video), and climbed to number 2 on the US album chart in March 1999.

Eminem subsequently made high profile appearances on Rawkus Records' Soundbombing Volume 2 compilation and Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott's Da Real World. He was also in the news when his mother filed a lawsuit claiming that comments made by the rapper during interviews and on The Slim Shady LP had caused, amongst other things, emotional distress, damage to her reputation and loss of self-esteem. None of which harmed the sales of Eminem's follow-up album, The Marshall Mathers LP, which debuted at number 1 on the US album chart in May 2000 and established him as the most successful rapper since the mid-90s heyday of 2Pac and Snoop Doggy Dogg. By the end of the year, however, his troubled personal life and a serious assault charge had removed the gloss from his phenomenal commercial success. Despite criticism from gay rights groups, the rapper swept up three Grammy Awards the following February. He also reunited with his D12 colleagues to record the transatlantic chart-topping Devil's Night.

Eminem's new studio album, The Eminem Show, was premiered by single "Without Me". The track, which debuted at UK number 1 in May 2002, featured a sample from Malcolm McLaren's "Buffalo Girls" and was supported by a controversial video which saw the rapper dressing up as Osama Bin Laden. The album debuted at number 1 on both sides of the Atlantic. Later in the year, Eminem made his mainstream acting debut in 8 Mile. The lead single from the soundtrack, "Lose Yourself", gave the rapper his first US number 1 single in November.

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Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III, 17 October 1973, Kansas City, Missouri, USA. This white rapper burst onto the US charts in 1999 with a controversial take on the horrorcore genre. Mathers endured an itinerant childhood, living with his mother in various states before eventually ending up in Detroit at the age of 12. He took up rapping in high school before dropping out in ninth grade, joining ad hoc groups Basement Productions, the New Jacks, and D12. The newly named Eminem released a raw debut album in 1997 through independent label FBT. Infinite was poorly received, however, with Eminem earning unfavourable comparisons to leading rappers such as Nas and AZ. His determination to succeed was given a boost by a prominent feature in Source's Unsigned Hype column, and he gained revenge on his former critics when he won the Wake Up Show's Freestyle Performer Of The Year award, and finished runner-up in Los Angeles' annual Rap Olympics. The following year's The Slim Shady EP, named after his sinister alter-ego, featured some vitriolic attacks on his detractors. The stand-out track, "Just Don't Give A fuck", became a highly popular underground hit, and led to guest appearances on MC Shabaam Sahddeq's "Five Star Generals" single and Kid Rock's Devil Without A Cause set. As a result, Eminem was signed to Aftermath Records by label boss Dr. Dre, who adopted the young rapper as his protege and acted as co-producer on Eminem's full-length debut. Dre's beats featured prominently on The Slim Shady LP, a provocative feast of violent, twisted lyrics, with a moral outlook partially redeemed by Eminem's claim to be only "voicing" the thoughts of the Slim Shady character. Parody or no parody, lyrics to tracks such as "97 Bonnie & Clyde" (which contained lines about killing the mother of his child) and frequent verbal outbursts about his mother were held by many, outside even the usual Christian moral majority, to be deeply irresponsible. The album was buoyed by the commercial success of the singles "My Name Is" and "Guilty Conscience" (the former helped by a striking, MTV-friendly video), and climbed to number 2 on the US album chart in March 1999.

Eminem subsequently made high profile appearances on Rawkus Records' Soundbombing Volume 2 compilation and Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott's Da Real World. He was also in the news when his mother filed a lawsuit claiming that comments made by the rapper during interviews and on The Slim Shady LP had caused, amongst other things, emotional distress, damage to her reputation and loss of self-esteem. None of which harmed the sales of Eminem's follow-up album, The Marshall Mathers LP, which debuted at number 1 on the US album chart in May 2000 and established him as the most successful rapper since the mid-90s heyday of 2Pac and Snoop Doggy Dogg. By the end of the year, however, his troubled personal life and a serious assault charge had removed the gloss from his phenomenal commercial success. Despite criticism from gay rights groups, the rapper swept up three Grammy Awards the following February. He also reunited with his D12 colleagues to record the transatlantic chart-topping Devil's Night.

Eminem's new studio album, The Eminem Show, was premiered by single "Without Me". The track, which debuted at UK number 1 in May 2002, featured a sample from Malcolm McLaren's "Buffalo Girls" and was supported by a controversial video which saw the rapper dressing up as Osama Bin Laden. The album debuted at number 1 on both sides of the Atlantic. Later in the year, Eminem made his mainstream acting debut in 8 Mile. The lead single from the soundtrack, "Lose Yourself", gave the rapper his first US number 1 single in November.

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