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Eminem full name Marshall Bruce Mathers is an American rapper, music producer, lyricist and actor. His life is completely surrounded by tragedies and incidents. He was born on October 17th 1972 in St. Joseph, Missouri United States of America.

Eminem was raised by a single parent (mother) his mother was fifteen years old when he was born, his father left them after the six months of his birth being raised by his mother Marshall had faced many financial crises due to which he often switches schools after every three to four months.

Failing thrice in the 9th grade he got dropped out from the school and he decided to do rap as it was his passion and he was seen being doing rap since he was four. Marshall used to rap in the basement of the school along with his friends.

He eventually made his name in rapping while he was just 17-year-old initially he used to play in the clubs and parties, he Eminem was also associated with some rap group but he was not accepted by the audience as they are confused with a white rapper.

After years of struggle he finally recorded his first album “infinite” which was released in 1996 but cannot drew much reviews. Learned from previous experience he started to work more and bring something which had ever been listen by anyone, a year later of his first child birth in 1996 his wife Kimberly Ann Scott left him and forbade him to see his child.

After getting under Dr Dre wing it was the time when Eminem got his part of success and he was able to with stand the industry with his music and songs. Marshall hold 15 Grammy award in his career he is one of the most successful American rapper in the world and had released almost 330 songs.

Eminem claims UK album chart record in ‘Kamikaze’ strike

LONDON: Eminem overtook ABBA and Led Zeppelin on Friday to claim the record for the most consecutive chart-topping albums in Britain, with the release of "Kamikaze". It is the US rapper's ninth straight album release to hit number one, said the UK Official Charts Company. "Does this mean I get to call myself Sir Eminem?", asked the 45-year-old, real name Marshall Mathers III. Alas, the Detroit rapper would have to receive a knighthood -- and become one of Queen Elizabeth II's subjects -- to get the honorific sir…

Ed Sheeran officially named world’s best-selling artist of 2017

LONDON: IFPI, an organisation that represents the recorded music industry worldwide, has named Ed Sheeran as the world's best-selling recording artist of 2017. The singer was chosen for the award over "the unparalleled, record-breaking success of his third studio album ÷ (Divide) and its singles including the global smashes "Shape of You", "Castle on the Hill", "Galway Girl" and "Perfect". Congratulations to all the superb artists who feature in the IFPI Global Artist of the Year 2017 chart. A true accolade for the…

Shawn Mendes, Eminem and U2 among winners at MTV Europe Music Awards

LONDON: Canadian pop singer Shawn Mendes led the pack at the MTV Europe Music awards on Sunday night, taking home “Best Song,” “Best Artist,” and “Biggest Fans” awards, in a show that featured performances from French Montana, The Killers and Kesha. British R&B singer Rita Ora performed the hosting duties, as well as a mashup of her 2017 hit “Your Song,” alongside her new single “Anywhere.” Read More: Eminem rebukes ‘racist’ Donald Trump in awards show rap US rap star Eminem opened the show with a performance of his…

Eminem rebukes ‘racist’ Donald Trump in awards show rap

DETROIT: Rapper Eminem derided U.S. President Donald Trump as a racist and a reckless leader in a rap video that aired on Tuesday night during the Black Entertainment Television Hip Hop Awards. Eminem told his fans in the four-minute unaccompanied vocal they must choose whether to support him or the president. “Racism is the only thing that he’s fantastic for,” Eminem rapped in the video that was taped on Friday in a Detroit parking garage. Representatives for the White House did not immediately respond to a request…

Eminem returns with new Trump attack

LOS ANGELES: Hip-hop superstar Eminem has returned with a fresh attack on US President Donald Trump, contributing an angry verse on the new album of Big Sean. The lyrics mark the latest political intervention by Eminem, who re-emerged weeks before the November 8 election with a charged, eight-minute freestyle rap against the billionaire Republican. On "No Favors," a track on Big Sean's album "I Decided." which came out Friday, Eminem and the fellow Detroit rapper both boast of rising from humble means as they question…

Eminem re-emerges to savage Donald Trump

NEW YORK: Rap superstar Eminem re-emerged Wednesday with a loaded lyrical attack on Donald Trump, in a nearly eight-minute song in which he also identifies with the Black Lives Matter cause. The top-selling rapper of all time, Eminem has been relatively quiet in the past several years but wrote on Facebook that he was working on a new album. Eminem uploaded on YouTube the new song, entitled "Campaign Speech," in which he offers his take on America in 2016 in a freestyle rap largely without a musical backdrop. The…

Dr Dre tops UK album chart after 16 year absence

LONDON: U.S. hip-hop mogul Dr Dre topped the British album chart on Friday with "Compton", his first record in 16 years, while "Marvin Gaye," U.S singer Charlie Puth's collaboration with Meghan Trainor, climbed 89 places to become the highest-selling single.