Eminem is one of the most beloved rappers of all time. Over the course of his long career, he has proven himself able to tackle a wide variety of topics with wit and personality. Few modern rappers are as influential as Eminem. Assisted by Dr. Dre and 50 Cent, the song is a lively party jam that few could forget. Not only does the song have an incredible hard rock beat, every line of the track is flawless. Early Eminem would channel his fears and frustrations into angry, violent music. The song told listeners that if he was able to overcome his personal struggles, they could too by following his example.
4. ‘Lose Yourself’
5.‘Crack a Bottle’
Since landing his breakthrough hit in the late '90s, Eminem has become one of the rap's biggest international sensations. Since making his debut on the worldwide stage with My Name Is, Eminem has landed 42 Top 40 singles on the Official Chart, 32 of which have gone Top 10, including an almighty nine Number 1s. Check out the official ranking of his 40 biggest songs at the bottom of the page, based, on sales and streams compiled by the Official Charts Company data. First up, here are the numbers behind some of his most notable hits Eminem's first UK Number 1 arrived in the summer of Dre and caused plenty of controversy at the time for poking fun at pop stars.
Eminem is undoubtedly one of the most popular artists of all time. It is estimated that the so-called Rap God has sold over million albums worldwide, making him one of the best-selling artists in music history. He was also the top-selling artist of the s, and he has received numerous Diamond certifications. But times have changed, and we have entered into the Time of Streaming.
Eminem illustrates all the cadences he has mastered over the years, channelling flows from influences such as Tech N9ne and Big Pun like an exorcist summoning spirits, and moving through an impressive 1, words in just six minutes. Mocking the supposed cliches of mumble rap, Em is essentially an angry old man shouting at a Sound cloud. But after years of disappointing albums plagued with turgid stadium pop, it was just exciting to hear Eminem sound so fired up again — he makes for a very convincing Victor Meldrew. This shot of cathartic rage is still wildly inspiring, even if its appearance on every video game trailer sponsored by Mountain Dew might have diluted its impact a little.