On the heels of the release of his latest album ‘Revival,’ Eminem sits down with complex for an honest discussion on his place in hip-hop today. From his beef with Donald Trump and criticism from rappers like Vince Staples to how Jay Z’s ‘4:44’ inspired him and why he’ll never be able to top the success of ‘The Marshall Mathers LP,’ the Detroit rap god pulls no punches.
Em says: “I certainly haven’t had a perfect career. I’ve put out some not-so-great albums and I realize that. Part of me feels like, I’ve felt this way since I did it, but part of me feels like I’m forever chasing The Marshall Mathers LP, because I do feel like probably the majority of people who listen to my music probably feel like that’s my best album.” Watch the full interview below:
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