22 Songs, 1 Hour 26 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rap’s provocateur-in-chief strikes back after a troubled five-year break, with his knack for writing songs that cut like a scalpel unblunted by drug struggles or the passage of time. Eminem’s still capable of daring ideas (rapping from the perspective of a serial killer on “3Am”) and acid-tongued humor (spitting one-liners over the circus-esque beat of “We Made You”). He’s most striking confronting his personal problems, exploring parallels with his mother’s drug use on “My Mom” and grappling with depression on “Beautiful.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rap’s provocateur-in-chief strikes back after a troubled five-year break, with his knack for writing songs that cut like a scalpel unblunted by drug struggles or the passage of time. Eminem’s still capable of daring ideas (rapping from the perspective of a serial killer on “3Am”) and acid-tongued humor (spitting one-liners over the circus-esque beat of “We Made You”). He’s most striking confronting his personal problems, exploring parallels with his mother’s drug use on “My Mom” and grappling with depression on “Beautiful.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Red dead fanboy ,

Fire album

This and recovery are his best album in my opinion. Hate on me if you so please

Phenommm ,

bangs

this be that heat 🔥🔥

Logan.D.Leatherman25 ,

Transitional Album

So, in terms of production, I think this is the best Eminem album ever out together. The Dre beats slap, and Em’s writing and performance ability was only temporarily hampered by getting sober. Is it one of his best albums? Not by a long shot, but it was the last project until Kamikaze with a heavy amount of Slim Shady on it, and that’s always entertaining. Refill slapped too!

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