Eminem’s favorite song from his hit list will shock you

In a recent interview Eminem revealed his favorite song from his long list of hits. It was a surprising choice as the song is controversial due to its explicit lyrics. However, Eminem agrees with a fan who says the song is a lyrical masterpiece.

Eminem is in a legal dispute with “Real Housewives of Potomac” stars Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon after they filed to use the “Shady” trademark to sell their merchandise.

Read on to learn more.

Eminem’s favorite song will surprise you


When it comes to the rap genre, Eminem is considered one of the greatest rappers of all time, with an impressive 220 million records sold worldwide.

In his 20-year career, the Rap God hitmaker has released 11 studio albums, won 15 Grammy Awards and collaborated with big names like Rihanna and Elton John. His most famous hits include ‘The Real Slim Shady’, ‘Without Me’ and ‘Love The Way You Lie’.

So when The Marshall Mathers representative was asked about his favorite song during his recent Q&A at Spotify’s streaming party celebrating his 20th anniversary, his answer was surprising.

Based on Daily Mail, the “Lose Yourself” singer revealed that his favorite song is a lesser-known track from his Curtain Call album: “FACK,” which was left off the album’s original clean cut due to its shockingly explicit lyrics. with a line of poetry: “Ow ow ow (oh my god!). ‘I’m going to fuck**! *Oh damn!

However, Eminem insists the song is a “lyrical masterpiece”, agreeing with a fan who felt the same way, but it’s unclear if he was joking with the fans.

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During the Q&A, Eminem also shared some personal favorites, such as his favorite verse from his song “I’m Back,” his favorite Avengers character (The Hulk) and his favorite brand of cereal (Kellogg’s Bran Raisin Crunch).

Meanwhile, the 50-year-old is currently embroiled in a legal dispute as he reportedly filed an opposition to a trademark application filed by Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon for their podcast Reasonably Shady.

Based on page six the rapper filed the opposition on Valentine’s Day, saying his brand could potentially be “damaged” if the trademark is granted. It also argued that the podcast trademark could confuse consumers.

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In the Reasonably Shady podcast, which debuted in November 2021, the two Real Housewives of Potomac stars, Bryant, 52, and Dixon, 43, discuss various topics such as relationships, motherhood,

entrepreneurship, and “conversations about fearless women as they tell stories from their exciting lives.”

As part of their plan to monetize the podcast, Bryant and Dixon filed for a trademark to sell merchandise such as water bottles, lip gloss, sweatshirts, hats, jackets, and socks under the podcast’s name.

In response to Eminem’s opposition, the reality stars requested that the opposition be deleted. comment Page six, their attorney, Andrea Evans, said: “Robyn Dixon and Gizelle Bryant deny any confusion between Mather’s trademarks and their Reasonably Shady trademark. We stand ready to defend any allegations against them regarding their intellectual property.”

Eminem and 50 Cent are teaming up to turn 8 Mile into a television series

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In January, 50 Cent confirmed speculation that he and Eminem were teaming up to turn the rapper’s semi-autobiographical film “8 Mile” into a television series.

Confirming the rumors on Instagram, 50 Cent shared a screenshot of an article he posted Notice board breaking the news with the caption, “Yes, and you thought I WAS PLAYING. I’m so serious, man! This is going to be crazy. #bransonkonyak #lecheminduroi.”

In an interview Big Boy TV, 50 Cent explained that he was passionate about bringing 8 Mile to television because he wanted to honor Eminem’s legacy and ensure that the younger generation knew about Eminem’s roots and influence in the music industry.

“I’m bringing, I’m bringing 8 miles to television,” he said Daily Mail. “It’s going to be big. I’m working. There are no dummies. I roll 100. I think his legacy should be there because they need to understand it,” he said.

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