Beautyisbeauty wrote:As harsh as it might sound, I think his musical output started to decline once he got over his addictions. To me, he´s always come across as one of those artists that need to be "in pain" to really deliver, musically speaking.
While he's the biggest act from his generation he was also the one who creatively / musically peaked the fastest among all of his peers.
By 2002 that guy had already peaked music-quality wise, his first 3 albums + "8 mile" are truly a gem ahead of anyone from his time, but ever since "Encore" his albums and music have been declining in quality a lot and progressively.
He started releasing his greatest works and material right away within his first albums while most of his peers didn't release their best material until the mid or even late of their careers.
NothingFails wrote:I do find it interesting so many Trump supporters are mad at him now... are these people who liked him for the homophobic and misogynistic lyrics and are now upset to find out that was all a rouse?
Actually whats even more surprising and weird is that Eminem isn't a Trump supporter and republican. He seemed to be that kind of closed-mind guy who would support Trump and most of his fanbase seemed to be that way, so I guess it was a total shock and dissappointment for many that he turned out to be democrat, pretty liberal, Anti-Trump and ... A Hillary supporter? That kinda broke that misogynist, angry and tough image he had into the eyes of many of his fans who loved that side of him. He is now seen as a sensitive pro-liberal who collaborates with Ed Sheeran and Rihanna.