Eminem Song Meanings and Interpretations
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It's really interesting to see such a hardcore badass of the music industry, to have his soft side so naturally unfolding in a track, having all his emotions erupting down on the paper like a volcano, with the most notable part may not being that the song is about his daughter, as he mentions her a lot in his tracks, but the fact in a major part of the song Eminem's actually singing!
2 years ago
Eminem does declare himself as a rap god in this one and those lyrics, make no mistake leave no doubt about it. Oh no. It's full of clever puns, don't even know what to comment there's so many. Instead I shall comment a video I watched recently, in which had some rolls of some notorious rappers campared. Eminem's roll on Rap God got won over Twista and Tech Nine's. Talking about heavy guns here,
This is supposed to be Eminem's publicist or the record label's, or whatever... I don't know if he's an actual person, but it's a fun skit when he's cursing Eminem for giving him a sociopathic record to sell while tha market is up for some booty-shaking rap... It's kinda of odd when you think of it, the best selling rap artists of all time is a white guy....
The oldest story in the book....Them rap lyricists : How much is true, how much is fabrication? I myself frankly believe that Eminem is a good guy, tough one that gone through some crap, but a good guy. And yeah it's true, a lot of this gansta rap is inspired by true events quite oftenly, but no one can argue there are "Bedroom rappers" going on with similar stories...
As you all probably by now "Marshall Mathers" is the real name of Eminem. In this song has paused to take aggresive shots towards everybody as he did mostly on this album. This is a song about himself and his rise of fame, his amazement of being a nobody and within a short period he became an icon and having people obsessed over him..
3 years ago
This is nice song to strip to, although it's content it's not the most romantic one! Eminem is exposing here girls that you know, we just call "groupies" and how they're all impressed by the man on the stage, or better, the stage underneath the man... Either way, Eminem do not take them seriously.
One of Eminem's standard themes is his mama, from the most non possitive affective point of view, on the contrary he often spits vicious rhymes about his traumatized past with his mother and then this tracks breaks out, like a try to make amends? Not so much, at least a really nice song...