Shady “goin through changes”


Eminem?s [1][1] recovery from his previous albums? relapse marks
the rise of the Detroit star. Recovery exhibits not only his talent
but also his ability to expose his feelings through music to his fans.
With mega hits like [2][2] /Love The Way You Lie /with Rihanna[3] (his
biggest single to date from this album), /Not Afraid /and new music
video release /No Love/; this is beyond doubt that one of his greatest
offerings. ??

One cannot doubt that the /Recovery/ album is to some extent is a
total 180?? to the previous one but nonetheless the Eminem that
everyone knows. /Talking to Myself/ featuring Kobe is confession of
the things he was going through (his prescription pills addiction
etc.). If you are looking for the Eminem that made the world fall
inlove with his music with songs such as /Stan, 8 mile/ and /When
I?m Gone/, then you are in luck. The song arrangement, content and
emotion behind the album commands hip hop lovers (actually music
lovers in general) to sit up, turn up the stereo and move to his beat.

His first single /Not Afraid/ was a self-confession that talks of him
trying to find his way back to the ?game? (hip hop). In some of
his lines he says, ?And to the fans, I’ll never let you down again,
I’m back, I promise to never go back on that promise, in fact let’s be
honest, that last Relapse CD was “ehhhh”?. This is an indicator that
he acknowledges that his music has been out of character but the
Recovery promises Marshall Matters as we know.

This album is concentrated with numerous collaborations hip hop
artists, like Lil Wayne [3],[4] Dr Dre and even punk rock artists like
Pink. /?No Love?/ with Lil Wayne though has everyone, including
me, believing that rap two super powers can indeed make a commendable
duo. In one of his songs he says ?Hatred was flowing through my
veins. On the verge of going insane
I almost made a song dissin Lil Wayne. It’s like I was jealous of him
’cause of the attention he was gettin’?. I am definitely glad that
he did not go looking for ?beef?.

Eminem though there is a certain maturity in this album, the man is
still /The Original Slim Shady. /Controversial songs that are
definitely offensive like W.T.P (White Trash Party) [4][5] and
/Seduction/ will certainly send off alarms. With lyrics such as, ?So
let’s have us a little bash, and if anyone asks, If there ain’t no one
but us trash, you dunno, you better ask somebody, Cuz we’re havin’ a
White Trash Party!? and ?There’s a seven disc cd changer in her
car, and I’m in every single slot, and you’re not?. No doubt
Marshall Matters as we know him is back; bigger or better? That I do
not know but he is unmistakably mature.












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