He’s been a busy boy this year, and Drake inspired more posts on Twitter in 2013 than any other hip hop artist.
The “Take Care” hitmaker’s fans tweeted about him a total of 52,202,000 times, with 2.9 million posts regarding his Nothing Was The Same LP alone.
Days after giving fans a sneak peek, Eminem debuted the official music video for "The Monster" on Monday (December 16).
Adding her talents to the explicit video, Rihanna poses as the rappers therapist.
Their song is already a massive hit and now Eminem and Rihanna are getting fans pumped with a teaser for the music video for "The Monster."
In the nearly one minute clip, Ri-Ri portrays the rapper's therapist as he watches images of his own life struggles. At the end, a caged monster is alluded to, surrounded by armed men.
Giving his fans something to be thankful for this Thanksgiving season, Eminem just released the music video to his hit song, "Rap God."
Paying an eye-catching homage to 1980s icon Max Headroom, Marshall Mathers raps ridiculously fast lyrics while throwing in a few digs along the way.
They have an undeniable chemistry on the mic, and Eminem and Rihanna's latest single “The Monster” is getting a killer new video.
The “We Found Love” songstress posted a photo from the set, sporting a straight bob hairdo as she posed next to the “Real Slim Shady” rapper.
Continuing to enjoy the success of his new album The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem fronts the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine.
During his interview with the publication, the 41-year-old rapper shared details about how hip-hop saved his life while revealing the band that inspired his music.
His fans have been waiting patiently for some new material, Eminem scored big during the first week of release for The Marshall Mathers LP2.
According to Nielsen SoundScan, the expletive-laced opus moved 792,000 units in its first seven days, propelling it to #1 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart.
Rap is probably one of the last things you think of when you think of Taylor Swift, but the country crooner bravely crossed genres to cover an Eminem tune recently.
Earlier this week, the 23-year-old singer appeared on "The Danger Show" in Pittsburgh where she busted out a cover of "Lose Yourself," accompanied by her guitar. Check it out in the player below.
The Detroit home that inspired many of Eminem's hits was damaged in a tragic fire on Thursday (November 7), days after it was purchased to be turned into a museum.
According to reports, the Detroit fire department responded to the blaze at the home located south of 8 Mile Road. At this time, a cause for the fire is still unknown.
Making music history doesn't seem like much of a surprise for rap superstar Eminem, and he has done it again!
The 41-year-old is the first artist since The Beatles in 1964 to have four simultaneous songs inside the Top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100.