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Rap singles are all over the music charts the hip hop subculture has hit mainstream big time Rap has always been associated with the black community rap was known as their music this has changed because more and more Caucasian are entering the industry Emerging and standing out from the crowd these hip hop artist have acquired tremendous popularity and recognition One rapper that has made it big his Eminem his rise to stardom is due to 2 main reasons his association with rap legend Dr Dre and because he is the first Caucasian gangster rapper with obvious rapping skills Eminems story all started when rap legend Dr Dre heard him free styling on local radio show Dre saw something special in Eminem right after the show was over he reached Eminem to offer him a contract and a chance to get his record produced by the man Dre himself from that point on Eminem and Dre had become a team This affiliation with Dre was a blessing in the sky for Eminem it was a gift from above what is better than having your first album produced by the number one man in the business Being endorsed by Dre gave Eminem instant credibility within the industry and gave him instant exposure and air play on local radio and TV stations Eminem also known as Slim Shady was anything but a sure thing on his own but with Dre he was an instant lock his success was assured Not only did Dre give him instant recognition in the public eye he also gave him the guidance and professionalism that can only be gained with experience Eminem wasnt a lost man in the sea he was swimming and swimming well with Dre watching on as his lifeguard Gangster rap was big in the 80s then during the first years of the next decade it suffered a decrease in popularity but right now its
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