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  1. Introduction
  2. Hip Hop
  3. Eminem
  4. Struggles
  5. Conclusion

Hip Hop is often associated with black artists. They rap about segregation and use derogatory language in their work. Therefore, it is no surprise that this genre is mostly popular among the Blacks and colored people, specifically the low-income groups. The segregation is so intense that it was sometimes considered inappropriate for other categories of people to listen to the music. For this reason, the success of the artist Eminem is surprising in very surprising. Not only is he a white man, he also gets away with using demeaning words like ?nigger' in his work.

Eminem was born by the name Marshall Bruce Mathers III in Missouri. However, he is not widely known by his stage name and his alter ego, slim shady. When she gave birth to Eminem, his mother was very young and with little education. In addition, his father abandoned them soon after his birth. Due to her low income, it was hard for them to settle in one particular city, thus he spent his early childhood moving from city to city. The only similarity between all these places was that they were all low-income neighborhoods, and Eminem and his mother were often the only white people nearby.
The result was that he was constantly a victim of bullies, and one incidence was so severe that it compelled his mother to seek legal action against the school. However, they finally settled in warren, Michigan. There were no indications of an unhappy childhood, though the people who knew him propose he preferred to keep to himself. He also attempted to write letters to his father, though the majority of them were taken back to him as undelivered.

[...] Eminem: Case study Eminem Hip Hop is often associated with black artists. They rap about segregation and use derogatory language in their work. Therefore, it is no surprise that this genre is mostly popular among the Blacks and colored people, specifically the low-income groups. The segregation is so intense that it was sometimes considered inappropriate for other categories of people to listen to the music. For this reason, the success of the artist Eminem is surprising in very surprising. Not only is he a white man, he also gets away with using demeaning words like ?nigger' in his work. [...]


[...] From his aptitude, he attracted the attention of rap groups and he was recruited in several dysfunctional groups. His struggles won him the approval of the underground rap audience and thus helped him build a platform from which he would later launch his career, the support of the hip-hop and rap black communities. His name Eminem was an evolution of his original stage name, M coined from the first and last names. His original verses show an attempt to get all word to rhyme. [...]

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