The celebrated story of how Marshall Mathers went from school and low-paid jobs in his native Detroit to global superstardom, rehab and comeback. Nick Hasted’s revealing account also looks back at Eminem's most important relationships -with his mother, his teenage soul-mate Kim Scott, producer Dr. Dre and The Bass Brothers who guided and inspired him from the age of fourteen.
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Well voiced with consistent characterisation of the Marshall Mathers quotes. Does make you feel for the guy, living his life in the open in music and the media.
Not the best biography, but not the worst
"Offers alot of detail into Eminems meaningful life"
Loved it all the way through. Such a great person to look up to even with all of the in appropriate albums.
Much of the story comes from television and magazine interviews. It's a good starting source for anyone interested in learning about what others have written about Eminem and not necessarily Marshall Mathews.
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