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Eminem

Eminem
Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III on Oct. 17, 1972, is an oft-times controversial rapper who made his major label debut in 1999 with the Slim Shady LP. To date, he has released 10 number-one singles and six full-length albums in his career. He also has branched into acting, most notably in the lead role in the movie 8 Mile. (Photo KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL / DETROIT FREE PRESS)
Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III on Oct. 17, 1972, is an oft-times controversial rapper who made his major label debut in 1999 with the Slim Shady LP. To date, he has released 10 number-one singles and six full-length albums in his career. He also has branched into acting, most notably in the lead role in the movie 8 Mile. (Photo KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL / DETROIT FREE PRESS) « Show less

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  • Music Sales: 'Frozen' Soundtrack Ices Competition

    The soundtrack for Disney's toon hit "Frozen" clung to the top of the U.S. album chart for a second frame last week amid typically quiet January music sales. Despite a slip of 48% from its previous week's tally, "Frozen" still collected sales of 86,000...
  • Drake kicks off a new year, new point of view on 'SNL'

    Drake kicks off a new year, new point of view on 'SNL'
    After a holiday hiatus, “Saturday Night Live” returned slightly refurbished, with Sasheer Zamata as one of the most high-profile cast additions in recent memory as well as new writers LaKendra Tookes and Leslie Jones, who joined the team after...
  • Grammys 2014: A conversation with executive producer Ken Ehrlich

    Grammys 2014: A conversation with executive producer Ken Ehrlich
    For more than three decades, the Grammys' longtime executive producer Ken Ehrlich has navigated a gamut of hurdles to pull off the annual telecast. A dizzying lineup of talent has been confirmed for Sunday's ceremony, including Paul McCartney, Beyonce,...
  • Bruce Springsteen's 'High Hopes' Takes 'Frozen's' No. 1 Chart Spot

    Bruce Springsteen became the first performer of 2014 to deliver a new No. 1 album, as his "High Hopes" claimed the post on the U.S. album chart. The New Jersey rocker's Columbia album shifted 99,000 copies in its debut frame, according to Nielsen...
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    Avenged Sevenfold: We fear that Hard Rock Live (1 Seminole Way, Hollywood) may not be big enough to contain the soaring black howl heard on the SoCal rockers' most recent release, "Hail to the King," which was produced by versatile Mike Elizondo (Dr. Dre,...
  • Rihanna Wins Big, Pharrell Gets Emotional at iHeart Radio Music Awards

    The first-ever iHeart Radio Music Awards kicked off live on NBC at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. The show aired over 150 iHeart radio stations across the country, and 60 million votes have been cast for several categories of this awards show....
  • Shailene Woodley Talks 'The Fault in Our Stars' at MTV Movie Awards

    Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort attended Sunday night's MTV Movie Awards to introduce a new clip from their film, "The Fault in Our Stars." "That's the thing about the story -- it's a cancer book, a cancer movie, that's not about cancer," Woodley...
  • Beyonce, Jay Z planning joint summer stadium tour with Rose Bowl stop

    Beyonce, Jay Z planning joint summer stadium tour with Rose Bowl stop
    Beyonce and Jay Z surprised festival-goers at Coachella last weekend with a few unannounced appearances. But music’s most famous couple have a bigger trick up their sleeves: a summer stadium run. The married superstars will launch their first...
  • Best workout song chosen during national gym competition

    Best workout song chosen during national gym competition
    What’s the ultimate workout song? There are lots of opinions, but officials from the national chain Gold’s Gym and Women’s Health and Men’s Health sought to identify the top pick. And the winner was “Till I collapse”...
  • Review: 'There Goes Gravity' by Lisa Robinson

    Review: 'There Goes Gravity' by Lisa Robinson
    "Things were just so different then," Lisa Robinson writes in the prologue to "There Goes Gravity: A Life in Rock and Roll," a memoir of her career as a freelance music journalist — beginning in 1969 — and, later, as a contributing editor at...
  • FilmLook at 25: Company Evolves From Mimics To Maestros

    Back in 1989, when videotape was king in TV production and post, filmmaker-engineer Robert A. Faber invented a process called FilmLook -- manipulating video to make it appear more like film by mimicking film's gray scale, contrast, grain and frame rate...