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Eminem's beginning stage of career

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Marshall Bruce Mathers III, born on October 17, 1972, better known by his stage name Eminem, or Slim Shady, is an American rapper, record producer, and an actor.

Mathers was initially signed to FBT Productions in 1992. Initially he has even worked in the restaurant named Gilbert’s Lodge at Sr. Clair Shores for the job of cooking and dishwashing.

It was in 1996, he recorded his debut album “Infinite” at the Bassmint recording studio owned by Bass Brothers. The album was released under their independent label Web Entertainment. He got a positive feedback from the critics as well as masses for the album. “Infinite” was simply a chance for Mathers to figure out how he wanted his rap style to be and how he sound on the mic.

The album “Infinite” reflected his struggling days that how he raised his newborn daughter Hailie Jade Scott inspite of being not so rich. It showed his strong desire to become rich. He even collaborated with Detroit MC Royce da 5’9” in his early career. After the release of Infinite, Eminem's personal struggles and abuse of drugs and alcohol culminated in his unsuccessful suicide attempt.

Mathers was also accused of imitating the style of rapper Cage after the release of “The Slim Shady EP”. For the purpose of promoting he once approached Insane Clown Posse member Joseph Bruce to make an appearance at the EP’s release party.

However, Bruce refused to appear because Mathers had not previously approached him for permission to use the group’s name without any concern.

In response Mathers took Bruce’s response as a personal offense and attacked the group in radio interviews.

The biggest opportunity for Mathers came in 1997 when he stood at second place in Rap Olympics and Jimmy Iovine, CEO of Interscope Records, requested a demo tape of him.

Iovine played the tape for record producer Dr. Dre, founder of Aftermath Entertainment and then later they began recording tracks for upcoming debut “The Slim Shady LP” for Mathers. In March 1998, Mathers was also featured in Hip-hop magazine named “The Source” in its "Unsigned Hype" column.

By FW Editor


Tags: rapper, producer, actor



Category: Celebrities  - ( Celebrities Archive)

Date Added: 19 April '10


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