Eminem and Snoop Dogg will make a special cameo at MTV Video Music Awards to perform "From the D 2 The LBC," a song inspired by "the universe of the Otherside metaverse." The collaboration marks their first VMA performance in almost a decade. For "From The D 2 The LBC," Eminem and Snoop are nominated for best hip-hop. VMAs will be held at New Jersey's Prudential Center on August 28.
Rapper Eminem has signed an acting project to play Richard Wershe Jr., known as "White Boy Rick," in 50 Cent's forthcoming Starz drama "Black Mafia Family" set in Detroit. The film's narrative will be shot in Eminem's hometown, Detroit and it portrays two Detroit brothers who rose from small-time dealers to "become the founders of one of the country's most powerful crime families".
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Rapper Eminem has swept in another milestone as his 2002 single ‘Without Me’ crossed one billion views on YouTube. Eminem's twitter account ‘Shady Records’ announced the news on November 11 captioning it “you waited this long,” a chunk from his song lyrics. Eminem's “Not Afraid” and “Love The Way You Lie” from the album Recovery have already generated a billion views with “Lose Yourself” and “The Monster” next in line.
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A 45-second campaign-ad featuring Eminem's Oscar winning song, 'Lose Yourself', was released by the Biden-Harris campaign on November 2, a day before the elections. It's the first time that Eminem has licensed any of his song for a political-cause. The song is titled "One Opportunity" as a message to Biden's fans to not miss the chance to vote. The video came out after Stevie Wonder's (songwriter) requested to support Biden.