Despite critical and commercial success and a storied career, the two words that have followed Eminem the longest are “mom’s spaghetti,” from his Academy Award-winning song “Lose Yourself.” Bait-and-switch text memes were built around it. A re-edit of the song replaced just about every noun in “Lose Yourself” with…
Today I fell down a Vine rabbithole that led me to this goodness: A guy who forgot about Dre. Don't be that guy! Go listen to Chronic 2001. Happy Wednesday, and don't forget about Apple VP Andre Young. [Spotify, iTunes, Amazon]
There were other spaghetti versions of Eminem's Lose Yourself—in which people altered the lyrics into a hilarious ode to spaghetti—but this new one is clearly the best. Absolutely perfect. At the beginning I couldn't stop laughing. Now I'm really hungry.
Looks like the real Slim Shady is taking his science-fiction spoofs to the big screen — when a gimmick works, it works... we guess. Eminem's full-length science-fiction film, Shady Talez, will riff on Ridley Scott's Alien.
Eminem's music publisher have settled their lawsuit against Apple. They claimed that the record label didn't have a right to strike a deal with Apple. Or something like that. Whatever. Please, insert Kayne West joke about Eminem being a bigger douche than Steve Jobs here. Thanks. [USAToday]
It's been ages since Eminem decided to insult us all with a sexist, homophobic, celebrity skewing, Star Trek-referencing rap video. Em and Dre put their best Trekker faces forward, and beam up to planet lesbian.
The latest project from Dark Knight and Watchmen production company Legendary Pictures is bringing them back towards our wheelhouse... and also revisiting that favorite SF trope, the alien invasion and occupation. The untitled TV miniseries, written by Eminem cohort Matt Cirulnick (he wrote the script for the rapper's…
Apple and Eminem have been on-again off-again enough times to merit a headline in OK! Let's start with the backstory: