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  • 2018. júl. 31.

  • Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Marshall Mathers · Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP ℗ 2000 Aftermath Entertainment/Interscope Records Released on: 2000-05-23 Producer: F.B.T. Producer: Eminem Studio Personnel, Mixer: Dr. Dre Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer: Richard "Segal" Huredia Composer Lyricist: Marshall Mathers Composer Lyricist: Jeff Bass Composer Lyricist: Mark Bass Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Mishanya Ogorodnik

    Awesome song ! LOVE so much

  • Jesse Pushor
    Jesse Pushor 1 éve

    Sucks I was born in 98 I missed ems crazy prime days but will forever be a fan

  • XenoMorphh
    XenoMorphh 5 hónapja (szerkesztve)

    There is three different personas, Marshall Mathers, Eminem and Slim Shady

  • Mohamedissavage
    Mohamedissavage 6 hónapja (szerkesztve)

    “Pissed off Biggie and Pac missed all this.”

  • Jack
    Jack 1 éve (szerkesztve)

    This song is so underrated. edit: i don’t think people understand that i meant underrated today. like ofc when eminem was the shit people knew about the song. but my dad introduced me to this song, not any people know about this song if you’re under 18.

  • Mitchell Young
    Mitchell Young 10 hónapja

    Now these kids diss me.... he was dissin mgk before dude was even born

  • Solar
    Solar 1 éve

    Imagine if someone put this out nowadays, he said faqqot like 10 times.

  • David Dudley
    David Dudley 1 éve

    Imagine a song like this being released today to this snowflake generation who get offended by everything.

  • The Losers Studio
    The Losers Studio 10 hónapja (szerkesztve)

    Who's bumpin this song in 2020

  • Quinton chapman

    Em dissed ICP so hard they haven’t been heard from in decades 😂😂😂

  • Jay Boe
    Jay Boe 1 éve

    I'm finally allowed to step foot in my girlfriend's house

  • Zack Zallie
    Zack Zallie 2 hónapja

    Not many people talk about the awesome guitar solo at the end.

  • Jeremiah Carter
    Jeremiah Carter 7 hónapja (szerkesztve)

    Honestly, this song is pretty sad. The part where he says “a half brother and sister who never bothered to call me until they saw me on tv” you can literally hear the pain in his voice. His whole life, he didn’t hardly have any family. All he had was a mom who was abusive and alcoholic half the time, and a little half brother. None of his family ever bothered to try and get in contact with him, as if they didn’t care anything about him. Then, all of a sudden when he started becoming famous and getting a bunch of money, his family was right there, telling him how proud they are of him. I’m not saying his Dad didn’t love him, or didn’t regret what he did, but he could’ve made a harder effort to reach out to his son. I have a son, and if someone took him away from me, I would find him. There’s no excuse.

  • EPIC AFRICAN
    EPIC AFRICAN 1 éve

    Just discovered Eminem. Best decision ever

  • jahgabe
    jahgabe 2 hónapja

    imagine if tiktok heard this song😳

  • Kirk Landau
    Kirk Landau 2 hete

    "MMLP" sold well - that means nothing. Sales is all hype. But this album is objectively one of the top 5-10 greatest masterpieces in all of hip-hop history and doesn't get enough appreciation from many hip-hop connoisseurs and also music/art connoisseurs in general. He's too "white" for many hip-hop hardcores (bigoted I know, but that's how it is) and he's too mainstream and crude in his postmodernity for most hipsters (who fail to understand the sophisticated multilayered "meta" irony and visceral expressiveness of prime Eminem). In reality, this album has great production, and Eminem's rapping on this album makes him a leading candidate for being the greatest rapper of all time. It's utterly insane how well Eminem raps on this album, his delivery, his flows, his lyrics, his sheer creativity, it's really almost unparalleled, and trust me, I fucking know hip-hop like the back of my hand, I know damn well what I'm talking about, and I'm no Eminem fanboy. Eminem on this album was truly doing high-brow art-rap in a highly controversial form. There's levels to understanding/appreciating this shit. I liked this album a ton before, but revisiting it now... damn, it's like I'm hearing it for the first time in a whole new light. An absolute classic and a milestone in the hip-hop genre and 2000s music in general. Trust me, you either "get" this album and you're like "holy fucking shit", or it's going over your head. It's a work of genius, true art.

  • Jay Garcia
    Jay Garcia 4 hónapja

    I was in the 7th grade when this came out... my mom doesn’t know English so she bought me the Marshall mathers lp without knowing it was full of foul language lol

  • Brynhildr's Beloved

    80's: Revolutionary

  • Chronic-187
    Chronic-187 11 hónapja

    I don't care who your favourite rapper is...

  • King 1985 legend
    King 1985 legend 11 hónapja

    I swear eminem a LEGEND for this album alone