Dido dating marshal
And this decade, only one - The Marshall Mathers LP.
What elevates this above most mainstream rap albums is the variation. Emotional, epic, tragic, disturbing, thought-provoking. It's the under-rated jewel in this LP, and indeed, Eminem's career.
No such problems with Dido on Stan or Dre, Snoop, Xzibit, and Nate Dogg on Bitch Please II, though.
Something that should be mentioned - although it is not necessarily a flaw as such - is the amount of nods to The Slim Shady LP.
The 16-song collection, released on May 23, 2000, was the Detroit rhymer’s unbridled “F--- you” to all of the critics and naysayers who despised the misogynistic and homophobic lyrics found on his previous effort, , Em was even more diabolical, more sinister and yet, still lyrically sharp on all fronts over Dr. Many of the songs on this effort either make you smile or grimace depending on your tolerance of vulgarity.
Eminem delivers self-loathing tales about drugs, his deadbeat mom, the price of fame and his tumultuous relationship with his estranged wife Kimberly Anne Scott (aka Kim).