The Dark Story of Eminem

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Omnibus Press, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 257 pages
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Nick Hasted's ground-breaking book traces Marshall Mathers' rise to fame from schools and workplaces of his native Detroit to global superstardom.

The author lays bare Eminem's relationships with his mother, his teenage soul-mate Kim Scott, producer Dr. Dre and the Bass Brothers who guided and inspired him from the age of 14.

This new edition comes right up to date, charting Eminem's period of seclusion following the death of fellow rapper and close friend Proof, who was shot dead in 2006, covering Eminem's battle with addiction to painkillers and finally analyzing the huge success of the two albums spawned by these events, Relapse and Recovery.

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About the author (2011)

Nick Hasted writes on music, movies, books and comics for The Independent, The Guardian and Uncut magazine.

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