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Arts Music & Photography
  • Author:
    Dennis Abrams
  • ISBN:
    0791097285
  • ISBN13:
    978-0791097281
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  • Publisher:
    Checkmark Books (November 1, 2007)
  • Pages:
    103 pages
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    Arts Music & Photography
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Born Marshall Mathers III, Eminem overcame a difficult childhood to become the most critically acclaimed white rapper of his time

Born Marshall Mathers III, Eminem overcame a difficult childhood to become the most critically acclaimed white rapper of his time. His albums have sold in the millions. He's won MTV Video Music Awards, Grammy Awards, and even an Oscar.

Explore the controversy surrounding this remarkable hip-hop talent. Born Marshall Mathers III, Eminem overcame a difficult childhood to become the most critically acclaimed white rapper of his time.

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His albums have sold in the millions.

Dennis Abrams has written biographies of the Beastie Boys, Jay-Z, Anthony Horowitz, Hamid Karzai, and Ty Cobb, among others. He currently lives in Houston, Texas. Series introduction author Chuck D redefined rap music and hip-hop culture as leader and cofounder of legendary rap group Public Enemy. His music addressed weighty issues about race, rage, and inequality with a jolting combination of intelligence and eloquence.

A series of biographies features an eclectic group of celebrated, often controversial figures of hip-hop music, exploring how they got their start in the music business, who and what inspired them, and how they've persevered through struggles and triumphs.