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Eminem's Unintentional Curse on Hip Hop

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What happens when a beloved legend inspires a legion of artists who are generally loathed by Hip Hop? That’s the increasingly prevalent question when it comes to the one and only Marshall Mathers.

He’s undoubtedly one of the most talented MC’s and sharpest wordsmiths to ever step foot into a recording booth, with his wizardly wordplay, unparalleled emotional vulnerability, and demented sense of humor. But Eminem’s once-cemented place in the GOAT conversation has been questioned in the past few years, partially for his 2017 album Revival, which was so universally despised that he spent his entire follow-up album Kamikaze sifting through the rubble of backlash.

But Em’s legacy isn’t being double-checked primarily for his work, contrary to what his harshest critics say. Eminem’s status in rap history is in danger because of the generation of rappers Eminem has inspired, who are at best, cheesy and eye-rolling, and at worst, an incredibly obnoxious plague on the culture.

#eminem #hiphopmadness


Narrated by: Spencer Pearman
Written by: Drew Landry
Edited by: Roman Bill
Music by: Josh Petruccio

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