(Video) And It’s Gone! Eminem’s Childhood Home Demolished!

The home where it all started is now no more! Eminem’s recently released album, Marshall Mathers LP 2 featured his childhood home, in Detroit on the cover and no soon after did we get news that the home’s second floor caught fire. Now, it’s official, the house has been torn down and destroyed. Drop down bottom and take a look.

(Video) Eminem- Rap God [Teaser]

Marshall Mathers gives fans a snippet of the official video for his single, Rap God, off his newly released MMLP2 album. Directed by Rich Lee, the trippy visuals were inspired by Max Headroom’s 80s science fiction show. Until the official video is released on November 27th, check out the 27-second preview below.

(Video) Zane Lowe Interviews Eminem [Part 4 of 4]

After speaking on being hesitant to work with Rick Rubin, his troubles with addiction, and not making a Stan 2 amongst other things in part one, two, and three of Em’s sit-down with Zane Lowe, the fourth installment touches on the city of Detroit, going on tour again, the thrill of performing, and much more. Get the fourth and final part of the Marshall Mathers interview below!

(Photos) On The Set: Eminem ft. Rihanna – The Monster

Out in Eminem’s hometown of Detroit today, the legendary rapper began shooting the video to his latest collab with Rihanna, “The Monster.” Little is known about the video other than that it’s under the direction of Rich Lee, but judging by the few photos available, it looks like they’re going for a darker/edgier theme. Can’t wait to see the final outcome!

(Photos) Eminem Covers Rolling Stone

In promotion of his new album The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem once again graces the cover of iconic magazine, Rolling Stone. The issue hits newsstands on November 22nd, and inside, Em discusses how hip-hop saved his life, the Beastie Boys, and Tupac and Biggie.

Eminem’s MMLP2 Goes Platinum!

It’s been about two weeks, and to top the charts already is EMINEM! Even after a leak of the album, Marshall Mathers LP 2, still was able to hit that 1MiL mark, along with Drizzy Drake’s Nothing Was the Same. CONGRATS!

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