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Eminem

Eminem
Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III on Oct. 17, 1972, is an oft-times controversial rapper who made his major label debut in 1999 with the Slim Shady LP. To date, he has released 10 number-one singles and six full-length albums in his career. He also has branched into acting, most notably in the lead role in the movie 8 Mile. (Photo KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL / DETROIT FREE PRESS)
Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III on Oct. 17, 1972, is an oft-times controversial rapper who made his major label debut in 1999 with the Slim Shady LP. To date, he has released 10 number-one singles and six full-length albums in his career. He also has branched into acting, most notably in the lead role in the movie 8 Mile. (Photo KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL / DETROIT FREE PRESS) « Show less

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  • YOUNG BODIES HEAL QUICKLY

    YOUNG BODIES HEAL QUICKLY
    In a disturbing scene¬†toward the end of acclaimed short-film director Andrew T. Betzer’s debut feature,Young Bodies Heal Quickly, a bearded old man tells a buzz cut-sporting boy, “History, good or bad, can’t hurt you.” The irony of the statement becomes increasingly apparent as we learn that this man (Daniel. P. Jones)—a salesman of Nazi memorabilia and participant in Vietnam reenactments—is the nameless boy’s (Hale Lytle) father and that this odd compound on the shore is the last stop on the journey that makes up most of the film. If this ragged and wild bearded man is your last hope, then things are pretty fucked and history can hurt you plenty.
  • Rap Sheet

    Rap Sheet
    • Baltimore rappers Greenspan and (occasional CP contributor) Eze Jackson are among the headliners at the first annual Baltimore Indie Fest, held at The 8x10 May 30. The event will also feature performers from other genres, as well as visual art,...

    Storm the Unpredictable: Aptly Named

    The new incarnation of the long-running local hip-hop venue the Turntable Club, now located just a couple blocks east of the Johns Hopkins Hospital campus, has been booking as many local hip-hop shows as any other club in the city over the past year or...

    "Weird Al" Serenades the Inner Harbor: "Weird Al" Yankovic, Pier Six Pavilion, July 11

    There's many different ways you could look at "Weird Al" Yankovic: a comic genius, an opportunistic hack who got lucky, and all points in between. But if you still harbor an inner 11-year-old who once thought UHF was the greatest movie ever, and wore...

    Different Battle, Same Winner: A-Class Takes Scribble Jam

    A-Class | Image by City Paper Digi-Cam On Friday, Oct. 3, Sonar served as host to the Baltimore preliminary for the 2008 Scribble Jam. The long-running annual hip-hop festival, which includes competitions for rappers, producers, and DJs, has launched...