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Dr. Dre  What's the Difference (feat. Eminem & Alvin Joiner)   buy on itunes
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Eminem  '97 Bonnie and Clyde   buy on itunes
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Xzibit  My Name   buy on itunes
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Bobby Creekwater, Cashis, Eminem, Obie Trice & Stat Quo  We're Back   buy on itunes
Obie Trice  We All Die One Day   buy on itunes
Bad Meets Evil  Welcome 2 Hell   buy on itunes
Eminem  Talkin' 2 Myself   buy on itunes
Funkmaster Flex & Supreme Bigga Nigga Big Kap  If I Get Locked Up   buy on itunes
D12  It Ain't Nothin' But Music   buy on itunes
Eminem  Rock Bottom   buy on itunes
Eminem & 50 Cent  The Re-Up   buy on itunes
Eminem  My Darling   buy on itunes
Eminem  I'm Back   buy on itunes
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Eminem  My 1st Single   buy on itunes


To understand where Eminem [i]really[/i] comes from, you might want to start with "Nuttin' to Do" and "Scary Movies," two standout tracks from his [i]Bad Meets Evil[/i] sessions with Royce da 5'9". Tracked in the late '90s — right before Marshall Mathers became Dr. Dre's right-hand man — they push Em's battle-ready rhymes to the foreground alongside spring-loaded basslines and spare, trunk-thumpin' beats. These days, Eminem's a respected producer in his own right, whether we're talking about half of the [i]Eminem Presents the Re-Up[/i] compilation (the stark and sinister title track, the wild, speaker-poking strings of "We're Back") or bits of boom-bap breaks ("6 in the Morning"), laser-like keys ("We All Die One Day"), and clock radio clicks ("My 1st Single").
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