Eminem Essays

  • Eminem

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    together, through the storm, whatever weather cold or warm just letting you know that you’re not alone follow if you feel like you been down the same road” (Eminem) These lyrics from Eminem shows his life perfectly. Eminem is a great rapper who overcame trails in his childhood, broke the race barrier of rap music, and helps people get through life. Eminem had a very bad childhood moving place to place, at school he would get beat by a bully. “The tormented nine year old Marshall Mathers began on Oct. 15

  • Eminem

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    Bruce Mathers III. Alias Eminem, Marshal Mathers is special because he is arguably the most successful white artist in the hip-hop world. As an a-list celebrity, Eminem is highly admired and considered to be a big time star in Hollywood. His music involves a style of rap that many people relate to and love. However, there are also critics ready to analyze the message that Eminem is offering within his rap lyrics and crude tone. When performing for his fans, Eminem transforms into a passionate

  • Eminem

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    Mathers like? If people look past the surface, they will find a nice person. It’s only when he’s backed into a corner that he retaliates. He’s one of the most controversial singers out there today. You don’t have to like him but you can’t ignore him. Eminem, (Em), a.k.a., Slim Shady, a.k.a. Marshall Bruce Mathers III was born in Kansas City, Missouri but he and his mother shuttled back and forth between Missouri and Michigan, rarely staying in one house more then a year or two. Marshall has never met

  • Eminem

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    III was born on October 17, 1974 in Kansas City, Missouri. He created his own nickname, Eminem, which is pronounced M&M, from his initials, M.M. Marshall had a harsh and cruel childhood, where he constantly moved between Kansas City and Metro Detroit. When he was a child, he lived with his mother. His mother’s name is Debbie Mathers-Briggs. Eminem has never even seen a picture of his father in his life. Eminem and his mother continued moving and never stayed in one place longer than six months.

  • Eminem

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    Eminem In “like Eminem says, why all the fuss?” featured in The Age journalist Shaun Carney defends Eminem and his lyrics. Carny stresses that Eminem winning the category should not be so controversial when Mathers is clearly depicting a role. His contention through out the article is to convince the reader to refrain from reaching to eminem, as a parody. Carny effectively seeks the neutral role during the story. He leans neither way. Carny signifies specific word choice and language devices to

  • Analysis Of Eminem

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    Who is Eminem? People might say that he is the greatest rapper of all time. Some people think that he is inappropriate because he cusses in his music. Now in all of his songs they have a story to it. For most of his songs he talks about his life and how hard it is. In one of Eminem songs he tells a story about his family life and the song is called Mockingbird. A man who becomes a rapper and leaves his family behind but while he’s rapping all he could think about is his family. So how can someone

  • Eminem Influences

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    When most people see Eminem they don't really see good guy. Despite the rap persona he portrayed, he really is kind of at heart. Eminem hasn't naturally had an easy life, issues with his mother, growing up without knowing who his dad is, an on and off again marriage with his ex-wife, battling over the custody of his daughter, and major drug issues. He has all that trouble in his brain, throughout the years, he lets his mind write his lyrics for him. For letting his mind speak through his music, he

  • Eminem Essay

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    The Rise of Eminem Marshall Mathers is one of the top rap artists and most recognized artist around the world. His albums now sell over a million copies for every album he puts out. In this paper I’ll explain how he rose to the top of the rap world, and the struggles and the hard work he put into rapping. Eminem growing up in Detroit always moving everywhere he use to get beat up and made fun of for being white in a black community. (Simon& Schuster& Evan) When he was in 7th grade in school he got

  • Stan Poem By Eminem

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    “Man is not truly one, but truly two,” A split personality, completely distinctive from one another, coexisting in one individual. The song “Stan” by the American rapper Eminem creates a fictionalized dialogue between himself and a crazed fan named Stan. The song is an allegory expressing Eminem’s fear of losing himself to his alter ego ‘Slim Shady’ Which will eventually lead to his demise. The song is a series of messages in the form of letters between the fan and the artist. In the first verse

  • eminem auto biography

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    EMINEM The music business, how eminem got into the music business from his hard times living at home with his mother who was suffering from Munchausen Syndrome which means she was making Marshall (Eminem) take medicines he didnt need. First i will talk about eminems life when he was a kid and his relationship with his mother and uncle Ronnie. Eminems father left him when he was only 6 months old and his mother was sick and sort of retarded. Eminem was often left with his relative and he became realy

  • Eminems Controversial Lyrics

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    Spin, The Source, URB and Stress and go on a national tour months before their major label debut album is released. Then again Eminem isn’t the average rapper. Marshall Bruce Mathers a.k.a. Eminem. Born October 17, 1972, grew up in Kansas City. From there he began his career as an individual white rapper. Not many white people are able to succeed in the rap industry, but Eminem has proved everyone wrong. He is now one of the most talked about persons on the earth. His lyrics offend some people, this

  • Eminem: Rap God

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    fit this role is Marshall Bruce Mathers III, or Eminem as he is popularly known. Since the past two decades, few artists have had the ability to capture and keep the attention of the American public like Eminem. He spent most of his young life within the projects of Missouri and Detroit, where he struggled to make friends, as a result, he dropped out of school after failing the ninth grade for the third time. Since the release of his first album, Eminem has released multiple award-winning albums, and

  • Eminem Research Paper

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    Eminem was born in Missouri, but his formative years were influenced by his life in the neighbourhood of Detroit. Having developed a passion for rapping, at a young age of fourteen, he began by attending local open-mic competitions with friends Mike Ruby and Proof. As he grew up, he formed a group of rappers called 'D12', which became quite popular with audiences. Soon, he caught the attention of famous record producer, Dr. Dre, and the two formed a long-lasting professional relationship. With Dre's

  • Research Paper On Eminem

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    Tzitlaly Chavez Mr. Domino Honors English IV 1 May 2015 Eminem Research Paper Marshall Mathers, better known as Eminem has succeeded against all odds, growing up in a multitude of broken homes in the ghettos of Detroit, and fighting to rise to the top of African-American dominated art form. Eminem was constantly bullied and victimized, being told that he did not belong just for being white and that he was not going to succeed. He has proven that with desire, drive, and dedication anyone can

  • Eminem Rhetorical Devices

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    Eminem had a miserable childhood which he learned to thrive in and succeed to what he has become now. Marshall was born in St. Joseph, Missouri on October 17, 1972. He was the child of Bruce Mathers, Jr. and Deborah Nelson. Soon after Marshall’s birth his father left to California. His mother struggled to maintain a household, for which the result was frequent movement from Michigan and Missouri. The family then settled in Warren, Michigan in an African American middle-class neighborhood. The family

  • Mocking Bird By Eminem

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    When I listened to the song ‘Mocking bird’ by Eminem, I was deeply touched by the lyrics. The lyrics show me how much that Eminem wants to be a good father and protect his daughter. These words are his apology to his daughter. They are surprising coming from such a forceful rapper, but that’s why these words have so much more significance. From the simple lyrics, my first impression of Eminem was that he was very scared of losing his daughter. He knew he had done lots of terrible things, but in

  • Eminem Research Paper

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    that happened in his life. Another popular rapper known to possess this skill is Eminem. Eminem has dropped many

  • Eminem: A Negative Influence On Trump's

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    Eminem has been all over the place throughout his rap career. He is considered to be a lyrical genius. In his earlier stages, he tended to rap about very negative things. One of the many topics that were incorporated into his songs, was murder. However, he also rapped about some very positive things. Thus, in essence, making him a very controversial rapper. Roughly three weeks ago, Eminem released a new song that contained no music. Just solely lyrics. The song was about his hatred and opposition

  • Eminem vs. Kid Rock

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    Kid Rock and Eminem are two very well-known names in the music industry. Eminem has done mainly hip-hop rap while Kid Rock has done a good mix of it all, mainly focusing on rap in the beginning then exploring all other genres. Some may say the two cannot be compared to one another because they do two total different styles of music. There are a lot of people that are fans of both of these men; not knowing that they are actually really good friends. They have done music videos for the other ones songs

  • The Song, Like Toy Soldiers, By Eminem

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    Garrett Spray Spray 1 English 2 Ms. Hill May 13, 2014 The Things They Carried Comparison The song, Like Toy Soldiers, by Eminem, illustrates a similar theme of the internal struggle people have about their reputation as expressed by O'Brien during Ambush. Previously during O'Brien's time in the Vietnam War, Kiowa and O'Brien were taking turns on look-out in the jungle as a two-man team where O'Brien unconsciously threw a grenade at a Vietnamese native passing by and