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I just realized that I didn’t listen to Eminem’s Recovery album very much. That’s not to say that it wasn’t good… But I can’t tell you much about this video, expect old girl Sasha Grey is a porn star and she was on Entourage last season (nice). Other than that, just hit the MTV link below if you want to know more.

This sh-t is kinda crazy at the end though, just so you know.

MTV News: Eminem Takes His Own Life In ‘Space Bound’ Video

According to XXL Magazine and this article, Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf are officially joining the house that Em built (Shady Records). That’s dope. Congrats to all parties. Eminem Presents Shady Records 2.0 in New XXL

Another one of those tracks when Em murders a rapper on their own ish. This is still kinda lukewarm if you ask me. T.I.’s No Mercy album is supposed to drop on December 7th.

T.I. feat. Eminem – “All She Wrote” (prod. Eminem)


Better than the original if you ask me.

Rihanna feat. Eminem – “Love The Way You Lie Pt. 2″


Yep, Nicki Minaj got two verses from Em for her debut album. Gon head hate on it. Pink Friday comes out on November 22nd.

Nicki Minaj feat. Eminem – “Roman’s Revenge” (prod. Swizz Beatz)


There’s a MTV interview below where Nicki talked about getting Em on this record:

Dope video. And I’m not just saying that because my ex-girl Megan Fox is in it.

Well ladies and gentlemen, the numbers are in for last week’s album sales, and according to Billboard, Eminem’s Recovery is the #1 album for the fifth week in a row after selling 187,200 copies (bringing it’s grand total to 1,669,600), and topping Ricky Rozay’s Teflon Don, which sold roughly 176,300 units in it’s first week.

Basically…Ross lost.

I told ya’ll nuccas Rick Ross wouldn’t sell over 200k…I think it was the titties. Well that and the fact the he lacks a strong female fan base, and chicks buy records more than nuccas do. Especially nuccas that think they’re Big Meech…they don’t buy music at all. Couple that with the fact that Rick Ross doesn’t have a Top 40 single off Teflon Don on the chart that really matters, (“B.M.F.” is No. 82 if you’re keeping score at home) and it’s obvious why Ross didn’t sell more albums. I mean, it’s actually more amazing that Eminem is still at the top spot after five weeks…that guy has some true fans.

Not to take anything away from Rick Ross because selling 187,200 albums in one week is still an accomplishment. But when your album has Jay-Z, John Legend, Cee-Lo, Jadakiss, T.I., Mary J. Blige, Kanye West, Ne-Yo, Trey Songz, Gucci Mane, Drake, Styles P, Chrisette Michele AND muthaf@ckin’ Raphael Saadiq, just off features (and I didn’t even mention the producers), that’s one hell of an album budget, and I know Def Jam wants their effin’ money back.

Of course, you can’t judge an album’s success off one week alone, but since we’re in a culture that hangs on to first week numbers like it’s the final score at Super Bowl, artists and labels do like putting up good numbers after 7 days. And in this case, Ross did good, but not good enough. Or like Ricky Bobby would say, “If you’re not first, you’re last.” Eminem Still No. 1, Rick Ross Bows at No. 2 on Billboard 200

Somewhat Related Topic: Nanci O and I debate Young Jeezy and Rick Ross | Where Is Hip-Hop? (Episode 53)

June 30th, 2010

Well, the numbers are in, and according to Billboard, Eminem’s seventh album, Recovery, moved 741,00 units in its first week, making it Eminem’s sixth straight #1 album, and the 2nd highest first week sales for a digital album in history at 255,000 (2nd only to Coldplay’s Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends at 288,000).

Let the hip-hop chuuch say… well damn. I guess this goes to show that people will go out and support your music if they’re moved to. If you’re wondering, Em’s Relapse album sold 608,000 copies in it’s first week last year. The difference here, 133,000 heard Relapse and figured that ish was wack, so they didn’t buy it. But hats off to Em for coming correct this time. Eminem’s ‘Recovery’ Explodes At No. 1 on Billboard 200 With 741,000

Recovery is due on June 22nd. Hopefully it doesn’t suck like Em’s last album, but I doubt it will.







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