Eminem’s first album, that yet being unsuccessful for him is now a classic, has got it’s own mini documentary detailing the creation of the album and Marshall’s first give to the industry.

Frankie Zing

In celebration of the album’s 20th anniversary which just passed, Em’s longtime collaborators The Bass Brothers release a mini-documentary called Partners In Rhyme: The True Story of Infinite. It includes vintage and never-before-seen footage of Eminem and them during the recording and promotion of the album.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, the Bass Brothers said on Em:

“It’s like any artist just starting out. If you ever listen to Michael Jackson before he was Michael Jackson or Prince, they were younger-sounding, but you can tell there’s something there. When I hear Eminem from 20 years ago, I can hear Eminem today. I can hear the nuances in his tone, and his rhythm was insane, and this is him starting out as a kid. We recognized that there was something there that was special. Obviously the world ended up agreeing with what we were feeling.”