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Whatever You Say I Am The Life and Times of Eminem

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ISBN-10: 1400053803

ISBN-13: 9781400053803

Edition: 2003

Authors: Anthony Bozza

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does eminem matter? On assignment for his first cover story for Rolling Stone, the very first national cover story on Eminem, Anthony Bozza met a young blond kid, a rapper who would soon take the country by storm. But back in 1999, Eminem was just beginning to make waves among suburban white teenagers as his first single, “My Name Is,” went into heavy rotation on MTV. Who could have predicted that in a mere two years, Eminem would become the most reviled and controversial hip-hop figure ever? Or that twelve months after that, Eminem would sit firmly at the pinnacle of American celebrity, a Grammy winner many times over and the recipient of an Oscar. did eminem change or did america…    
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Book details

List price: $17.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Crown/Archetype
Publication date: 9/28/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Anthony Bozza was a staff writer for Rolling Stone. He is the author of Whatever You Say I Am: The Life and Times of Eminem, Tommyland with Tommy Lee, Slash with Slash, and Too Fat to Fish and Crash and Burn with Artie Lange.

Acknowledgments
Introduction: I'd like to welcome y'all to the eminem show
This looks like a job for me the evolution of eminem
I only cuss to make your mom upset a lot of truth is said in jest
Damn! how much damage can you do with a pen? marshall and the media-from pans to fans
This rap game from kool herc to kool keith-a brief history of hip-hop
Became a commodity because l'm w-h-i-t-e caucasion persuasion-flipping the race rap
We call it amityville that's the mentality here, that's the reality here-to live and thrive in detroit
If I'm a criminal, how can i raise a little girl? moms, marriage, and the morals of marshall mathers
Conclusion: watch me, 'cause you thinkin' you got me in the hot seat from a sinner to a saint
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