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Marshall Mathers better known as Eminem has had many achievements in his life but life wasnt always good Growing up in a poor trailer park in Warren Mich He failed out of ninth grade which led to him dropping out of high school He tried to go back but couldnt do it he just wanted to rap and to be a star one day Over the years he freestyle in some local clubs and participated in some competitions It wasnt until 1997 that he was recognized he won the Wake Up Show Freestyle Performer of the Year from LA Djs Sway and Tech and earned second place in Rap Sheet magazines Rap Olympics an annual freestyle rap competition Then in 1998 he released The Slim Shady LP his first known record Slim Shady is the evil side of me the sarcastic foul-mouthed side of me Eminem says during and interview with the Source In 2000 he released his second cd The Marshall Mathers LP Eminem has been known as one of the most provocative controversial rappers in contemporary pop music A lot of people think he can get away with this because he is the first legitimate white rapper Im white in a music started by black people Im not ignorant to the culture and Im not trying to take anything away from the culture he said in his defense But no one has a choice where they grew up or what color they are If youre a kid or a ghetto kid you have no control over your circumstance The only control you have is to get out of your situation or stay in it There have been several attempts to keep Eminem from playing certain shows in his tour because they think that his lyrics violate harassment categorically on the basis of sexual orientation and sex within the state or school Dont take everything I say literally Eminem said shortly
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