Real Name:
Marshall Bruce Mathers III
Marshall Bruce Mathers III (born October 17, 1972, Kansas City, Missouri), known by his primary stage name Eminem, or by his alter ego Slim Shady, is an American rapper and record producer who grew up in Detroit, Michigan.

Eminem Discography


WEB714 Eminem Infinite (Album) Web Entertainment WEB714 US 1996 Sell This Version
INTD-90287 Eminem The Slim Shady LP (Album) Aftermath Entertainment, Interscope Records INTD-90287 US 1999 Sell This Version
490 761-2 Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP (Album) Aftermath Entertainment, Interscope Records, Web Entertainment 490 761-2 UK 2000 Sell This Version
0694932904 Eminem The Eminem Show (Album) Aftermath Entertainment, Interscope Records 0694932904 Canada 2002 Sell This Version
STARCD 6900 Eminem Encore (Album) Interscope Records, Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment STARCD 6900 South Africa 2004 Sell This Version
2729370 Eminem Relapse (Album) Aftermath Entertainment, Interscope Records 2729370 Indonesia 2009 Sell This Version
602527409764 Eminem Recovery (Album) Aftermath Entertainment, Interscope Records, Shady Records 602527409764 Europe 2010 Sell This Version
602537588114 Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (Album) Aftermath Entertainment, Shady Records, Interscope Records 602537588114 Europe 2013 Sell This Version
none Eminem Vs. DJ Whoo Kid Eminem Vs. DJ Whoo Kid - Shady Classics Mixtape(2xCDr, Mixed, Promo) Shady Records none US 2014 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

WEB717 Eminem Slim Shady EP (EP) Web Entertainment WEB717 US 1997 Sell This Version
INT8P 65191 Eminem My Name Is (Single, Maxi) Interscope Records INT8P 65191 Italy 1998 Sell This Version
FR4738-1 Da Ruckus Featuring Eminem AKA Slim Shady Da Ruckus Featuring Eminem AKA Slim Shady - We Shine(12") Federation Records (2), Silent Records (2) FR4738-1 US 1998 Sell This Version
GAM 2003-1 Bad Meets Evil Featuring Eminem aka Slim Shady And Royce The Five-Nine* Bad Meets Evil Featuring Eminem aka Slim Shady And Royce The Five-Nine* - Nuttin' To Do / Scary Movies (Maxi, Single) Game Recordings GAM 2003-1 US 1998 Sell This Version
INTDS-97044 Eminem Just Don't Give A F*ck (Single, Maxi) Web Entertainment INTDS-97044 US 1998 Sell This Version
BBPCD-9311 Notorious B.I.G., The* Featuring Eminem Notorious B.I.G., The* Featuring Eminem - Dead Wrong(CD, Single, Promo) Bad Boy Entertainment BBPCD-9311 US 1999 Sell This Version
RWK 193-1 Eminem / Pharoahe Monch & Shabaam Sahdeeq Eminem / Pharoahe Monch & Shabaam Sahdeeq - Any Man / WWIII Rawkus RWK 193-1 US 1999 Sell This Version
none Eminem / Stretch Armstrong Eminem / Stretch Armstrong - Shady Vs. Stretch Not On Label (Eminem), Not On Label (Stretch Armstrong) none US 1999 Sell This Version
RWK-193-1 Eminem Any Man Rawkus RWK-193-1 US 1999 Sell This Version
497 342-2, 4973422 Dr. Dre Featuring Eminem Dr. Dre Featuring Eminem - Forgot About Dre (Maxi, Single) Aftermath Entertainment, Aftermath Entertainment 497 342-2, 4973422 UK & Europe 1999 Sell This Version
497 110-2 Eminem Guilty Conscience (Maxi, Single) Aftermath Entertainment 497 110-2 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
INT8P 6667 Eminem Role Model / Cum On Everybody (Maxi) Interscope Records INT8P 6667 US 1999 Sell This Version
INT8P 6580, none Eminem I'm Shady(12", Single, Promo) Interscope Records, Aftermath Entertainment, Web Entertainment INT8P 6580, none US 1999 Sell This Version
INTR-10005-2 Limp Bizkit / Eminem Limp Bizkit / Eminem - Crushed / Bad Influence(CD, Single, Promo) Geffen Records INTR-10005-2 US 1999 Sell This Version
IND 95638, 495 638-2 Eminem My Name Is(CD, Single) Aftermath Entertainment, Interscope Records, Interscope Records IND 95638, 495 638-2 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
AS 5001080 Eminem / Enrique Iglesias Eminem / Enrique Iglesias - My Name Is / Bailamos(7", Promo) Polygram AS 5001080 Italy 1999 Sell This Version

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February 23, 2016
good emcee..yes..top 10..prolly...."best ever?"..not even close...there are a whole bunch in front of him.


July 28, 2015
I think Em is dope n one of the most talented MCs out there, but the best ever? C'mon dawg... theres loads of hip hop artists out there with some more influental work, his skills and freestyles are very good, but since MMLP everythin just kinda gradually got worse, eminem show was dope but it started gettin more an more pop with some of those hooks, relapse was a great album imo because its a great horrorcore record n there were barely any pop songs, thats why Em said it was a 'lull' cos the year after he dropped recovery with all those pop-kinda songs. SSLP n MMLP are definitley classics of that era though, for sure.


April 20, 2015
after the MMLP, EVERYTHING went dowwwwwnnnn hill.
Infinite is great, SSEP=great, SSLP=great, MMLP= ok, the rest? i love em, but his new music is an example of someone who sold out to the max. Or he's been killed and cloned like some conspiracy theorists think lmao


November 13, 2005
edited over 10 years ago
The two comments that precede me say it all about Eminem, just like Marmite, you like it or hate it.
Personally I admire his intellectually-funny lyrical flow, but what he raps about in some of his releases I just really don't like, he really could use his gift in better ways, rather than rapping about his ex-girlfriend, and his mother.
With that said; the main reason for this comment was to say that its Eminem's 'free-styling' and 'MC battles' that do it for me, he is truly in a league of his own, in my opinion.


January 15, 2004
For me eminem is a better rapper than most of the others out there. Granted he is not a krs one or guru with the consciousness of his lyrics etc., but i think he´s got a great rhyming style and has some real fun lyrics (ironic of himself and the whole media thing about him - and rapping about things he experienced - why not?) - thats something not many other famous rappers have got. And considering all the money & fame he has, i´m relieved he doesn´t rap about champagne, big cars and being a pimp.


May 12, 2003
Personally I don't like Eminem, never did... not that much for the music than for the fact he's just a poser with an attitude forcing his childhood frustrations down the consumers' throat - he claims to stand for artistic freedom, but what IS artistic freedom anyway?! Deliberately or not, stimulating fans to react against anyone who dislikes him certainly isn't - it's a repetition of trends; what's so special about Eminem that isn't special about Public Enemy?! This has nothing to do with Moby's situation. Eminem is simply a poor provocateur that will sadly end up dead one day in some dead end - which will, of course, bring him the well-known cult-status... More-less in the wake of 2Pac or still-alive 50 Cent... who's next?

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