Biggest Hits Of Eminem.
Here are the tip 10 Biggest Hits Of Eminem updated January 2019.
Eminem is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, record executive, film producer, and actor. He is consistently cited as one of the greatest and most influential artists of all time in any genre, with Rolling Stone placing him in its list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time and labeling him the “King of Hip Hop”.
Eminem is the best-selling artist of the 2000s in the United States. Throughout his career, he has had 10 number-one albums on the Billboard 200 and five number-one singles on the Billboard Hot 100. He is the only artist to have nine albums consecutively debut at number one on the Billboard 200. With over 220 million records sold globally, Eminem is among the world’s best-selling artists of all time.
Top 10 Biggest Hits Of Eminem Ever.
1. LOSE YOURSELF
Was there any question that this wouldn’t take the top spot? It is a song that has transcended culture both high and low; dominating the Billboard charts and winning the coveted Academy Award for Best Original Song (the first of only two rap songs to ever achieve this distinction).
Even if it hadn’t have netted Eminem an Oscar, “Lose Yourself” would still rank among the most integral pieces of 2000s hip-hop, let alone as his most essential track. From the iconic lyrics (shout out Mom’s spaghetti) to the haunting, jangly-guitar production to that chorus; the chorus that completely exemplifies the Eminem-school of vocal delivery and palpably produces adrenaline on each listen. It is – unquestionably – his crowning achievement.
2. Not Afraid
I'm not afraid to take a stand
Everybody come take my hand
We'll walk this road together, through the storm
Whatever weather, cold or warm
Just let me know that, you're not alone
Holla if you feel like you've been down the same road
Yeah, It's been a ride...
I guess I had to go to that place to get to this one
Now some of you might still be in that place
If you're trying to get out, just follow me
I'll get you there.
3. The Way I Am
Who could have possibly been prepared for this song to be the follow-up single to “The Real Slim Shady?” Where the latter track is goofy, catchy and glides along a G-funk groove, “The Way I Am” is like a jagged knife slipped through the ribs. It’s dark, sure, but it is first and foremost a rhythmic anomaly, in Eminem’s work or otherwise. Few have attempted – let alone succeeded – at upholding such a starkly uneven flow, one that finds him resting on the beat and inserting his words in between. That he makes it sound so effortless is another accomplishment entirely.
4. Rap God
Hip-hop purists may shake their fist at this song’s inclusion over other, perhaps more worthy tracks, from earlier Eminem songs. But say what you will about his foray into more trap-oriented sounds; you can’t look over “Rap God” after its entry into the Guinness Book of World Records for most words in a radio single (since overtaken but we digress). In a single verse, Em raps 97 words in 15 seconds.
Much and more (and then some) has been written about the extremely problematic lyrical content in Eminem’s catalogue. It’s safe to say that had he begun in his career in say, 2017, there is no way he would have reached such prominence without collapsing under the weight of the criticism one finds in today’s blogosphere.
6. Without Me
when you drop a return single, you might as well make fun of your mom and the vice-president of the United States while you’re at it. At least that’s the way it goes in the Eminem school of thought. Jokes aside, this is among his best beats (the saxophone tho) with one of his most impressive flows. Everything about this song is, not only working, but working overtime.
7. Sing For The Moment
Sing with me, (sing) sing for the years
for the laughter, sing for the tears, (come on)
Sing it with me, just for today, maybe tomorrow the good Lord will take you
8. Love The Way You Lie
Over a decade after Eminem first began drawing criticism for his language towards women, he delivered one of his most open-hearted analyses of his own short-comings with “Love the Way You Lie.” While it is certainly not his most impressive lyrical outing (the window pane pun is cringe), the track succeeds in part by marrying painfully intimate portraits with high-caliber, pop-radio sheen. And let’s all just take a moment to appreciate that massive, massive Rihanna hook.
9. The Real Slim Shady
The Real Slim Shady” is the supreme example of everything that made early-era Eminem great. It’s squelching beat is the crown jewel of his numerous collaborations with Dr. Dre, and it is the launch pad for Detroit’s finest to unleash his flow like a whirling dervish. The tongue-tied acrobatics of the chorus are nothing compared to the dexterity at work in each verse, verses that also happened to make enemies with the entire music business circa 2000. #SorryNotSorry Will Smith.
Another unexpected highlight from the much-maligned Relapse, “Beautiful” is among the more intriguing slow-paced Eminem songs. That we don’t know the exact inspiration behind the track adds depth to the – dare we say – sweet delivery of the chorus, a quality you would be hard-pressed to find anywhere else in his aggressive catalogue.
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