Today, 14 Years Ago, Eminem Released “Sing For The Moment”




• “Sing For The Moment” peaked inside the Top 20 in 27 countries but Portugal is the only country where the song reached at #1.

• “Sing For The Moment” contains samples of the song “Dream On” by the rock band Aerosmith.

• “Sing For The Moment” is certified silver in the United Kingdom. That’s the only certification the song has received.

• “Sing For The Moment” was #89 best selling song in the United States in 2003.

•  “Sing For The Moment” along with the original “Dream On”, was used in a trailer for the 2016 animated movie “Sing”.


On this day, exactly 14 years ago (Feb. 25, 2003), Eminem released “Sing For The Moment” as the fourth single from The Eminem Show and the final single in the United States. The song samples “Dream On” by American rock band Aerosmith.


“Sing for the Moment” received positive reviews from music critics, with many critics praising Eminem’s rapping ability, the lyrics, and the “Dream On” sample. The song proved to be successful, peaking inside the Top 20 in 20 countries including United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, France, Germany and Italy.


Listen to the song below: