The Dark Story of Eminem

The Dark Story of Eminem

Book - 2005
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An updated edition of the best-selling in-depth biography of the world's most popular rapper Nick Hasted's ground-breaking book traces Marshall Mather's rise to fame from the schools and workplaces of his native Detroit to global superstardom. From the depths of being a suicidal no-hoper through the redemptive alias of Slim Shady to eventual triumph as an unlikely rap star, Eminem's dark story is unflinchingly presented in this wide-ranging book. teenage soul-mate Kim Scott, black producer Dr Dre and The Bass Brothers who guided and inspired him from the age of fourteen. He explores Eminem's impact on other stars such as The Pet Shop Boys and Tori Amos and his debut as a film star in the autobiographical, Oscar winning 8 Mile. This new edition comes right up to date, analysing the huge success of Eminem's label Shady Records and his protege 50 Cent, as well as the claims of racism recently levelled at Eminem, after the discovery of a tape of a racist rap he recorded as a teenager.
Publisher: London : Omnibus, 2005.
Edition: Updated ed.
ISBN: 9781844497263
Characteristics: [5], 229 p., [16] p. of plates :,ill., ports. ;,24 cm.


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