(PG-13: Language) Sit down and enjoy a delicious serving of mom’s spaghetti, courtesy of vocalist Robyn Adele Anderson, as she and six talented jazz musicians turn in a totally unconventional take on Eminem’s 2002 classic Lose Yourself.
“I’ve always felt like shoes are like 90% of your outfit.”Complex met with Eminem at Detroit’s Burn Rubber sneaker store to talk shoes and do a little shopping. Slim, it’s hard to laugh at your jokes when you’re that intense.
After regaling us with some RHCP played with red hot chili peppers, bass player Davie504 rises to the challenge of performing Lose Yourself, The Real Slim Shady, My Name Is and Stan with candies that melt in your mouth, not in your hand.
JakobOrWhatever presents a hilarious take on Eminem’s classic Lose Yourself, made from chopped up bits of videos which have similar, but not quite the same words as the song’s lyrics. Watch yo profamity!
(NSFW: Language) “What I lack in tact and morals I make up for in metaphors like a cosmetic store.” Slim Shady throws everyone under the bus and refuses to apologize for his brash words in this menacing freestyle.
Musician Dave Wave combines his jazz piano and sax stylings with the rap rhythms and pacing of Eminem’s 2002 classic, resulting in an unlikely, but somehow awesome marriage of two seemingly incompatible musical genres.
What copypastas around, comes around. Eminem – or his PR team – presents this t-shirt as a Mother’s Day gift, but we all know it’s about the meme. The print was designed by Unfortunate Portrait. His palms spaghetti, knees weak arms spaghetti
Wiki-wiki-wiki-wiki… Video wizard Mylo the Cat is back with another musicalMuppetsmashup. This time, the mild-mannered Scooter takes on the role of bad boy Eminem. We will now think of him as Scoot Shady from this day forward.
(NSFW: Language) Slaughterhouse, YelaWolf and Eminem connect for an amazing round of freestyle flows and prose in this promo video for the upcoming rap collaboration, SHADYXV. Pre-order the album here. Eminem’s bit here.
(NSFW: Language) Lately it seemed like Slim Shady’s let go of hate and was all about positivity. But every now and then he reminds us that you can’t take the edge off of a brain and a tongue forged in poverty and battle rap.