Eminem is thought to be one of the most well-known rappers of all time. The Detroit rapper has a long list of accomplishments behind him. The Rap God recently exposed his mental health and how rap aids him to overcome his struggles.
Eminem appeared on SiriusXMs Sway in the Morning and revealed his history of rapping on mental health. While speaking with Sway Calloway, the musician of Shady Records pondered his willingness to listen to mental health in his songs. Eminem promoted rap as a form of therapy for himself and other musicians.
I believe that one of the greatest benefits of rap music is that you know, and you may make a substantial portion of your life into it. It''s therapeutic, and that''s how it always happened for me.
Eminem has also admitted to stealing from black music on his next album. The most popular white MC in hip-hop is frequently accused of exploiting Black culture. The King & I, an album by CeeLo Green, is a collaboration.
Ceelo Green was able to do well for good reasons. The song will be played on the soundtrack of Baz Luhrmanns Elvis Presley. Watch the video of Eminem talking about his mental health here.