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Get your ass up for the doctor, one more time Get your ass up for the doctor, come on now Here we go, cliff hanger, it’s another club banger Got ya hangin’ on the edge of your seat, get on down
Eminem ft Tupac 2Pac Eminem 2Pac One day Eminem One Day Eminem feat Tupac Eminem feat 2Pac. 50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести. Микс – 2Pac - One Day At The Time, ft. Eminem + OutlawzYouTube. 2Pac - Black Cotton ft.
Music video by Eminem performing Without Me. (C) 2002 Aftermath Records.
These are definitely the greatest Eminem quotes and lyrics of all time. 3. Everybody has goals, aspirations or whatever, and everybody has been at a point in their life where nobody believed in them. 4. I just can’t sit back and wallow, in my own sorrow, but I know one fact: I’ll be one tough act to follow. 51. I think my first album opened a lot of doors for me to push the freedom of speech to the limit. 52nd of 83 Eminem Quotes. 52. For anyone who’s ever been through s t in their lives, ’til they sit and they cry at night, wishin’ they’d die, ’til they throw on a rap record and they sit and they vibe. 53. You better lose yourself in the music. The moment, you own it, you better never let it go. You only get one shot, do not miss your chance to blow. This opportunity comes once in a lifetime, yo. – Eminem.
One Day at a Time (Em's Version)" is the second posthumous single released by American rapper Tupac from the soundtrack album Tupac: Resurrection: The Original Soundtrack. The track is American rapper Eminem's take on the 1996 original, which features both Shakur and Spice 1. Eminem's version features vocals from both himself and Outlawz. No official music video was ever created. It charted at on The Billboard Hot 100 and number 55 in the RNB chart and 22 in rap singles
Eminem’s newest album comes at an unfortunate historical juncture: a time when he’s called upon to say something meaningful about the world’s fraught state to the largest audience of anyone in his genre, and an age where he is absolutely struggling to rap like he used to. Revival comes with the most noble intentions of any Eminem record, and admitting to his past abuse and manipulation of Kim - as well as his regrets about Hailie and nearly dying from his pill addiction ten years ago - are all brave subjects to tackle. At a time when intersectionality was not yet a buzzword, it was fascinating. Women were obviously a regular target of Marshall Mathers’ constant rage, like when he offered to rape his own mother on the opening Kill You.
In fact, Eminem spent so much time at McDonald’s and Taco Bell gorging himself on Big Macs and shredded chicken pieces covered in recovered cheese particles masquerading as Mexican food, that the people working behind the counter knew him by name and eventually stopped giving the faintest hint of a shit as he walked through the door. slogans at him from the TV in his gym. Eminem eventually shifted all of the weight he’d gained during his down period, some 80 pounds by his own estimate, and continues to do his DVD exercise routine every day before he goes to the studio, proudly bragging that he can now do it without having to hit pause.
Shut 'Em Down is the third album by American hip hop group Onyx, released on June 2, 1998 by JMJ Records and Def Jam. The album was produced by Keith Horne and Self, with help from DJ Scratch of EPMD, Bud'da and Latief. The album features guest appearances from Onyx's affiliate X-1, DMX, a then unknown 50 Cent, Still Livin from Gang Green, All City, Mr. Cheeks, Wu-Tang Clan, .
|A1||One At A Time (Radio) (Remix)||4:39|
|A2||One At A Time (Instrumental)||4:42|
|B1||Get On Down||3:55|
|B2||Get On Down (Instrumental)||4:42|
- Distributed By – On Top Records
- Manufactured By – On Top Records
- Published By – Joeyboy Pub.
- Recorded At – HN Studios
- Arranged By – Merton Wheeler, Roderick Whitehead
- Co-producer – Merton Wheeler
- Engineer – Carlos Santos
- Executive-Producer – Allen Johnston*, Jose Armada Jr.
- Producer – Roderick Whitehead
Notes℗ Joey Boy Pub (BMI)
|OT-8016||EM-N-EM*||One At A Time / Get On Down (12")||On Top Records||OT-8016||US||1991|
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