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EMINEM ARTIST SECTION

 
EMINEM, SLIM SHADY,MARSHALL MATHERS III INFO AND FREE MEDIA    » Eminem Biography
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   » Related Artists:  D-12, 50 Cent, 2pac, Dr Dre
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EMINEM LIFE TIMELINE



November 1996: Eminem released his Infinite album. The response to the LP was poor with many criticisms of Eminem trying to be a kind of rapper he wasn't.

1997: Eminem came in second at L.A.'s 'Rap Olympics.' The single "5 Star Generals" helped Eminem find a larger underground audience.

1998: Eminem's road to widespread fame began when Dr. Dre heard Eminem on a L.S. radio station. Dr Dre signed Eminem to his Aftermath label and released an independent album called Slim Shady EP. Eminem describes his alter-ego, Slim Shady, as "the evil side of me, the sarcastic, foul-mouthed side of me."

Febuary 1999: Eminem released his official, full, debut LP, The Slim Shady LP.

March 1999: Eminem hit the Top 40 with his "My Name Is" single.

April 1999: The Slim Shady LP was certified 2x platinum by the end of the month and topped the Billboard R&B; Albums chart for a week.

September 1999: Eminem was sued by his mother for over $10 million for negative accusations made by the rapper about his mother and childhood. The lawsuit claimed that the rapper portrayed his mother as drug-user and unstable in a Rolling Stone article. At the MTV Video Music Awards Eminem won the Best New Artist Award and was nominated for Best Male Video and Best Direction ("My Name Is") and Breakthrough Video ("Guilty Conscience").

October 1999: Eminem appeared on Saturday Night Live with Dr. Dre. Eminem was nominated for 2 MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Breakthrough Artist and Best Hip-Hop Artist. The Slim Shady LP was certified 3x platinum.

November 1999: Eminem won a MTV European Music Award for Best Hip-Hop Artist. The NFL stopped using a promo that used Eminem's "My Name Is" after learning his LP carried an advisory sticker due to lyrics. Eminem appeared on the End Of Days soundtrack with 'Bad Influence'.

December 1999: It was reported that Eminem's grandmother was upset with her grandson's plan to use recordings of her deceased son (Eminem's uncle) in his next LP release and stated: "...I will not let my grandson destroy my dead son with this garbage. He's a bitter boy with sad songs who wants to make fame." The plan to incorporate his uncle's voice was later dropped.

January 2000: Eminem was nominated for 2 Brit Awards for Best International Newcomer and Best International Male Solo Artist.

Febuary 2000: Eminem won 2 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Solo Performance ("My Name Is") and Best Rap Album (The Slim Shady LP) and was also nominated for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group ("Guilty Conscience" with Dr. Dre).

March 2000: Eminem was back in the Top 40 with Dr. Dre ("Forgot About Dre") from Dre's 2001 album.

April 2000: Eminem won a few Online Hip-Hop Awards for Best Artist Web Site, Best New Artist, and Hottest Music Video ("Guilty Conscience"). Eminem won a Detroit Music Award for Outstanding National Album.

May 2000: Eminem was awarded Favorite New Artist, Male at the Blockbuster Awards. Eminem released The Marshall Mathers LP. Eminem hit the Top 40 with "The Real Slim Shady" and the video hit #1 on MTV's Top 20 Video Countdown. Eminem attempted to explain his view toward gays with MTV's Kurt Loder: "'Faggot' to me doesn't necessarily mean gay people. 'Faggot' to me just means... taking away your manhood. You're a sissy. You're a coward... So, when I started saying 'faggot' on record, I started getting people going, "You have something against gay people" and I thought it was funny, because I don't." GLAAD (Gay/Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) issued a statement warning music fans of the negative and violent lyric content of Eminem's new LP towards gays and many other groups stating: "(the LP) carries the warning 'Explicit Lyrics.' That is an understatement. Eminem's lyrics are soaked with violence and full of negative comments about many groups including lesbians and gay men." Also, The Marshall Mathers LP hit #1 in Canada at the end of the month.

June 2000: First-week sales of Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP topped the 1.7 million unit mark making it the best first-week sales by a solo artist (a record set the prior week by Britney Spears) and topped the Pop LP charts for 8 weeks, the R&B; LP charts for 4 weeks, and Internet Album charts for 2 weeks. Eminem was arrested in Detroit after a fight outside a nightclub He was 1 of 4 arrested after a disturbance in the parking lot and reports that someone had a gun. A few days later he was charged with 2 felony weapons charges (and it was reported that the fight occurred when the rapper saw another man kissing his wife). The charges include carrying a concealed weapon and assault with a deadly weapon (for hitting a man with the unloaded gun). The man allegedly assaulted by Eminem filed a civil law suit for his injuries soon after the encounter. Eminem hit the Top 10 with ""The Real Slim Shady" and the song's video hit #1 on the MTV Top 20 Video Countdown. Although Eminem has shun pop acts, with "The Real Slim Shady" he became one as the single hit the Top 10 on the pop charts but not on the Billboard Rap and R&B;/Hip-Hop charts - and frequently topped MTV's 'Total Request Live' chart. Also, by the end of the month, The Marshall Mathers LP was certified 5x platinum.

July 2000: Eminem appeared in court for the June incident and was charged with felony possession of a concealed weapon and misdemeanor public brandishing of a firearm. Reports surfaced that Eminem's wife attempted suicide by cutting her wrists at their home in Detroit during the month while the rapper was not home. "The Real Slim Shady" topped the UK charts for a week. The Marshall Mathers LP topped the UK charts for 2 weeks.

August 2000: Eminem topped the MTV Top 20 Video Countdown with "The Way I Am." Eminem turned down an offer to settle a court case filed by his mother, and filed for divorce from his wife by the end of the month. Eminem was nominated for a MuchMusic Video Music Award for Favorite International Artist ("The Real Slim Shady"). The Marshall Mathers LP was certified 6x platinum. Eminem won a Source Hip-Hop Award for Lyricist of the Year and Music Video of the Year ("Guilty Conscience"). By the end of the month, Eminem was also hit with a $10 million defamation lawsuit by his wife.

September 2000: Eminem took home 3 MTV Video Music Awards for Video of the Year, Best Male Video ("The Real Slim Shady"), and Best Rap Video ("Forgot About Dre" with Dr. Dre) and was also nominated for Best Rap Video, Best Direction (Dr. Dre & Philip Atwell), Best Editing (Dan Levethal), and Viewer's Choice ("The Real Slim Shady"). Eminem performed "The Real Slim Shady" and "The Way I Am" at the ceremony and his appearance at the awards show was protested outside by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) and the National Organization for Women. GLAAD stated: "These are the words that kids hear in school hallways before they get beat up. For this kind of language to be put out there without any sense of responsibility on Eminem's part, or MTV's part, is simply not something that GLAAD can ignore... We are very disappointed that they continue to support him as heavily as they do..." Also this month, Eminem hit the Top 40 with "The Way I Am." The Marshall Mathers LP was certified 7x platinum. The video for "The Real Slim Shady" was nominated for 2 Billboard Music Video Awards for Maximum Vision Video and Best Rap/Hip Hop Clip of the Year, and Eminem won a MuchMusic Video Award for People's Choice - Favorite International Artist.

October 2000: Efforts were made to stop Eminem from performing in Canada due to an investigation of violating the country's hate-crime law. Eminem was allowed to perform as planned.

November 2000: Eminem topped Canada's MuchMusic video chart with "The Way I Am." Eminem hit the Top 40 with "Stan" (featuring Dido). Rolling Stone & MTV: 100 Greatest Pop Songs includes "My Name Is" at # 67. "Stan" hit #1 on MTV Top 20's Video Countdown. Eminem won 2 Billboard Music Video Awards for Maximum Vision Video and Best Rap/Hip-Hop Clip of the Year ("The Real Slim Shady") and 2 MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Hip-Hop Act and Best Album. Eminem was named 'Artist of the Year' by Spin magazine. The Slim Shady LP was certified 4x platinum. Eminem took home a 'My VH1' Award - Most Entertaining Public Feud (Eminem vs. Everyone).

December 2000: Eminem topped Billboard Year-End Charts as the Top Billboard 200 Artist - Male. "Stan" hit #1 in the UK for 1 week. At year's end, The Marshall Mathers LP was proclaimed the 2nd biggest selling LP in the U.S. during the year with sales topping 7.9 million copies.

January 2001: Eminem was nominated for 2 American Music Awards for Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist and Favorite Rap/Hip Hop Artist. The Marshall Mathers LP was certified 8x platinum.

February 2001: The video for "Stan" topped Canada's MuchMusic chart. Eminem won 3 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Album (The Marshall Mathers LP), Best Rap Solo Performance ("The Real Slim Shady"), and Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group ("Forgot About Dre" with Dr. Dre), and was also nominated for Album of the Year. Eminem performed "Stan" with Elton John at the ceremony (Elton had said of the rapper: "I'm a big fan of his music... if I thought for 1 minute that he was (hateful), I wouldn't do it"). Dr. Dre felt controversy over Eminem resulted in them losing the Album of the Year award: "...I think we were robbed." Eminem's mom announced she was considering dropping her lawsuit against her son and Eminem entered a guilty plea in court for felony possession of a concealed weapon allowing for an assault charge to be dropped (stemming from charges last summer). Eminem was nominated for 2 Soul Train Music Awards for Best R&B;/Soul or Rap Album (The Marshall Mathers LP) and Best R&B;/Soul or Rap Music Video ("Stan"). Eminem won a Brit Award for Best International Male Artist.

March 2001: Reports surfaced that Eminem may be taking on his first film role called Lazarus - as an evil dead rapper brought back to life. Other reports had Eminem considering a semi-autobiographical film role. Eminem will be immortalized in the form of an action doll. Eminem won a Juno Award for Best Selling Album (The Marshall Mathers LP).

April 2001: Eminem won 2 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards for Favorite Male Artist and Favorite Artist - Rap and was nominated for Favorite CD. Eminem won 2 Detroit Music Awards for Outstanding National Album and Outstanding National Single. Eminem plead guilty to charges of carrying a concealed weapon and was put on probation for 2 years.

June 2001: A radio station in Colorado was fined $7000 for playing "The Real Slim Shady." Eminem received 1 year of probation from gun charges stemming from an incident last year in Michigan involving the road manager of the Insane Clown Posse. The probation sentence was added on to a previous probation sentence Eminem received in April.

September 2001: Eminem's video for "Stan" was nominated for 5 MTV Video Music Awards including Video of the Year, Best Male Video, Best Rap Video, Best Direction (Dr. Dre & Philip Atwell), and Best Cinematography (Dakek Wolski). Eminem's video for "Stan" won a Source Award for Video of the Year.

November 2001: Eminem won a MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Hip-Hop Act and was nominated for Best Song ("Stan") and Best Male Act.

December 2001: "Stan" was the Top Single in the UK for the year.

April 2002: Eminem settled a lawsuit against him by a man he was accused of assaulting after the man allegedly kissed his wife.

May 2002: Eminem hit the Top 40 with "Without Me." Eminem moved up the release date for The Eminem Show after the LP was leaked to the Internet and bootlegs were found on the street for as little as $5. Also, 30 concert-goers were hurt at an Eminem concert in Washington as the crowd was pushing forward to the stage.

June 2002: "Without Me" topped the UK Singles chart for a week. Eminem topped the Billboard 200 Albums chart, the Internet Album Sales chart, and the R&B;/Hip-Hop chart with The Eminem Show - the LP sold over 285,000 copies in its short first week of release in the US. The LP sold over 1.32 million copies its first full week of release in the US. The Eminem Show topped the UK and Canadian LP charts. The video for "Without Me" topped MTV Video Countdown. Eminem hit the Top 10 with "Without Me." Eminem topped the Billboard Top 40 Tracks chart for 2 weeks with "Without Me." The Eminem Show was certified 4x platinum.

August 2002: Eminem hit the Top 40 with "Cleanin' Out My Closet." Eminem's video for "Without Me" won 4 MTV Video Music Awards including Video of the Year, Best Male Video, Best Rap Video, and Best Direction (Joseph Kahn) - and was also nominated for Best Editing (Joseph Kahn) and Viewer's Choice. Eminem also performed at the ceremony. The bad boy side of Eminem came out after getting irritated and not playing along with 'Triumph The Insult Comic Dog' - a puppet with attitude, and when accepting 1 award saying "Keep booing, little girl. I will hit a man with glasses" (directed at Moby who he gave the finger to during the 'Triumph The Insult Comic Dog' bit). The Eminem Show was certified 5x platinum.

September 2002: Eminem hit the Top 10 with "Cleanin' Out My Closet." The Eminem Show was certified 6x platinum.

October 2002: Eminem hit the Top 40 with "Lose Yourself" from the 8 Mile soundtrack. Eminem had 3 new songs on the soundtrack to his film 8 Mile including "Lose Yourself," "8 Mile," and "Run Rabbit Run." The soundtrack was released and featured other artists (including Jay-Z, Macy Gray, Nas, Rakim, and D12).

November 2002: Eminem hit the Top 10 with "Lose Yourself" and was at #1 for 3 weeks at the end of the month. Eminem topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 12 weeks, the Hot 100 Airplay chart for 11 weeks, and the Top 40 Tracks chart for 11 weeks with "Lose Yourself." The 8 Mile soundtrack sold over 702,000 copies in the US its first week topping the Billboard 200 LP chart, the Billboard R&B;/Hip-Hop LP chart, and the LP charts in Canada. The video for "Lose Yourself" topped the MTV Video Countdown. 8 Mile hit the theaters and raked in over $54 million its opening weekend. The film also was a favorite with the critics. Eminem won 3 MTV Europe Music Award for Best Male Artist, Best Album (The Eminem Show), and Best Hip-Hop Album.

December 2002: Eminem had the top-selling LP of the year with The Eminem Show selling over 7.6 million copies during the year - the 8 Mile soundtrack came in 5th selling over 3.5 million copies during the year. Eminem's video for "Without Me" topped the MTV Videos of 2002 chart. The Eminem Show was certified 7x platinum and the 8 Mile soundtrack was certified 3x platinum. Rolling Stone magazine readers picked Eminem as Best Male Performer, Best Hip-Hop Artist and Year's Biggest Hype, and the video for "Without Me" was picked as Best Video. The Critic's named Eminem as Artist of the Year and Best Hip-Hop Artist. Eminem topped the UK singles chart for a week with "Lose Yourself." Eminem topped the Billboard Year-End Charts as the Top Billboard 200 Album and Top R&B;/Hip-Hop Album (The Eminem Show), Top Billboard 200 Album Artist, Top Billboard 200 Album Artist - Male, and Top R&B;/Hip-Hop Album Artist. Eminem also had moderate hits on the R&B; charts with the tracks "Business," "My Dad's Gone Crazy" and "8 Mile."

January 2003: Eminem won a People's Choice Award for Favorite Male Musical Performer. Eminem won 4 American Music Awards for Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist, Favorite Pop/Rock Album, Favorite Hip-Hop/R&B; Album, and Favorite Hip-Hop/R&B; Male Artist and was also nominated for and the "Fan Choice" Award. Eminem hit the Top 40 with "Superman." Eminem was nominated for a Golden Globe award for Best Original Song for "Lose Yourself" from the film 8 Mile - the film's only nomination. The 8 Mile soundtrack was certified 4x platinum.

February 2003: Eminem could be heard on 50 Cent's debut LP, Get Rich Or Die Tryin'', on the track "Patiently Waiting." Eminem won 2 Brit Awards for Best International Male and Best International Album (The Eminem Show). Eminem won 2 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Album (The Eminem Show) and Best Music Video, Short Form ("Without Me") and was also nominated for Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best Rap Solo Performance - Male ("Without Me"). Eminem also performed at the ceremony. Eminem could be heard on the soundtrack for Cradle 2 The Grave with "Go To Sleep" (with DMX and Obie Trice).

March 2003: Eminem hit the Top 10 with "Superman." The Eminem Show was certified 8x platinum. Eminem won an Academy Award for Original Song for "Lose Yourself" from the film 8 Mile. Eminem hit the Top 40 with "Sing For The Moment."

April 2003: Eminem won a Juno Award for International Rock Album of the Year (The Eminem Show). Eminem hit the Top 10 with "Sing For The Moment." VH1: 50 Greatest Hip Hop Artists list includes Eminem at # 6.

May 2003: Eminem won 2 MTV Movie Awards for Best Actor and Best Breakthrough Performance (8 Mile).

June 2003: VH1: 100 Best Songs of the Past 25 Years includes "Lose Yourself" at # 4 and "My Name Is" at # 85. Eminem won a MuchMusic Award for Favorite International Artist.

August 2003: Eminem's video for "Lose Yourself" won a MTV Video Music Award for Best Video from a Film and was nominated for Video of the Year, Best Male Video, Best Rap Video, and Viewer's Choice.

Ocotber 2003: Eminem won a few World Music Awards including Best Pop/Rock Artist and Best American Pop/Rock Male Artist.

November 2003: Eminem won a MTV Europe Award for Best Hip-Hop Artist. Eminem was featured on the "Tupac: Resurrection" soundtrack on the track "One Day At A Time" with 2Pac. Eminem was nominated for an American Music Award for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Male Artist. The Source magazine aired old recordings by Eminem and accused him of being racist.

December 2003: Rolling Stone: The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: # 273: The Slim Shady LP, # 302: The Marshall Mathers LP, # 317: The Eminem Show.

February 2004: The Marshall Mathers LP was certified 9x platinum. Eminem won 2 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Solo Performance - Male and Best Rap Song (songwriter) ("Lose Yourself") and was also nominated for Record of the Year, Song of the Year (songwriter), and Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media (songwriter) ("Lose Yourself" with J. Bass and L. Resto). Eminem's nomination for Song of the Year was the first time a rap song has been included in this category.

March 2004: Eminem hit the Top 40 helping out D12 with "My Band" from the LP D12 World.

April 2004: Eminem hit the Top 10 helping out D12 with My Band."

May 2004: Eminem appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone along with D12.

October 2004: Eminem hit the Top 40 and Top 10 with "Just Lose It." Michael Jackson requested video channels to stop playing Eminem's "Just Lose It" video which parodies many aspects of Jackson's life including when his hair caught on fire, plastic surgery, and child molestation accusations. BET did pull the video from its channel at Jackson's request. Eminem topped the Billboard Hot Digital Tracks chart with "Just Lose It." A new Eminem track "Mosh" lyrically attacks George Bush and his decision to go to war with Iraq. Eminem performed on Saturday Night Live. The single "Lose Yourself" was certified gold.

November 2004: Eminem hit the Top 40 with "Mosh." Eminem released his "Encore" album. The release date was moved up (as he did before) for fear of pirating. Eminem appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone. Eminem topped the UK singles chart with "Just Lose It." Eminem topped the Billboard 200 LP chart for 4 weeks and Top R&B;/Hip-Hop Albums chart for 2 weeks with Encore - selling over 711,000 copies in only 3 days in the US. Encore also topped the UK and Canadian LP charts. Eminem hit the Top 40 with "Encore" with help from Dr. Dre and 50 Cent.

December 2004: Eminem topped the Billboard Internet Albums chart with Encore. Eminem hit the Top 40 with "Mockingbird." Encore was certified 4x platinum. Encore was the 3rd biggest-selling LP in the US for year with sales during the year topping 3.5 million.

January 2005: Eminem hit the Top 40 with "Like Toy Soldiers." The single "Just Lose It" was certified gold. Eminem could be heard on The Game's LP The Documentary with "We Ain't."

February 2005: Eminem hit the Top 10 with "Mockingbird." Eminem topped the UK singles chart with with "Like Toy Soldiers." Eminem was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance ("Just Lose It"). The single "Just Lose It" was certified platinum.

March 2005: The single "Lose Yourself" was certified platinum.

May 2005: The single "Mockingbird" was certified platinum, and "Like Toy Soldiers" and "Without Me" were certified gold.

June 2005: Eminem hit the Top 40 with "Ass Like That." The single "Just Lose It" was certified 2x platinum.

July 2005: The Detroit Free Press reported that Eminem would be retiring from releasing anymore LPs and with touring, and stated that his last concert would take place in Dublin on September 17th. Eminem later told MTV that he wasn't retiring, but was going to take a break from his own music to produce for other artists.

August 2005: Eminem won 2 Teen Choice Awards for Choice Rap Arist and Choice Rap Track ("Mockingbird"). Eminem canceled his European tour citing exhaustion. Eminem was hospitalized for a reported dependency on sleep medication. The video for "Just Lose It" was nominated for a MTV Video Music Award for Best Rap Video. The video for "Mosh" was nominated for Breakthrough Video.

November 2005: Eminem hit the Top 40 with "When I'm Gone." Eminem won an American Music Award for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Male Artist and was nominated for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Album (Encore).

December 2005: Eminem released a hits collection Curtain Call with 3 new tracks. Eminem topped the UK and Canadian LP charts with Curtain Call. Eminem topped the Billboard 200 LP chart and Top Digita Albums chart with Curtain Call selling over 441,000 copies its first week of release in the US. Eminem could be heard on The Notorious B.I.G. posthumous creation - Duets: The Final Chapter. Eminem hit the Top 10 with "When I'm Gone." Eminem hit the Top 40 with Nate Dogg with "Shake That."

January 2006: Eminem re-married Kim Mathers - the mother of his daughter and the woman immortalized in many of his songs. Curtain Call was certified 2x platinum.

February 2006: Eminem was nominated for 3 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Solo Performance ("Mockingbird"), Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group ("Encore" with Dr. Dre and 50 Cent), and Best Rap Album (Encore). Eminem hit the Top 10 with Nate Dogg with "Shake That."

 

 

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