Eminem Celebrates 20th Anniversary of ‘The Marshall Mathers LP’

Written by on May 23, 2020

Marshall turns 20.

As we speak marks the 20th anniversary of Eminem’s third studio album The Marshall Mathers LP. In honor of the milestone, the Detroit rapper has introduced a collection of celebrations beginning this week.

On Wednesday, Em will work together with followers throughout his MMLP2 digital listening celebration. He’ll host a stay chat the place he will likely be answering questions.

He has additionally launched remastered variations of his iconic movies on YouTube together with “The Actual Slim Shady,” “The Manner I Am,” and “Stan.”

Plus, he has introduced a line of merch to commemorate the event together with a restricted version “Stan” varsity hoodie, which drops subsequent week.

Extra celebrations are so as. Em has arrange a cellphone quantity (313-666-7440) the place followers can textual content him and get updates on MMLP2 music and anniversary collections dropping later this yr.

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Launched on Might 23, 2000, The Marshall Mathers LP debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and remained there for eight consecutive weeks, spawning hits together with “The Actual Slim Shady,” “The Manner I Am,” and “Stan.” It offered over 35 million copies worldwide and received the Grammy for Finest Rap Album.

Throughout his 2019 “Marshall From Detroit” interview, Eminem opened up in regards to the album’s affect and the way he’s all the time been “chasing” its success.

“I’m gonna maintain it 100 p.c sincere: I really feel like, and I’ve felt like this for a very long time–I’ve all the time been chasing The Marshall Mathers LP,” he stated. “As a result of I do know that captured a second, you understand what I’m saying? It’s type of like a time capsule, once I look again at it. The instances that it was again then and the turmoil in my life that was occurring.”

Stream The Marshall Mathers LP under.

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