Eminem says “Slim Shady” still exists
HollywoodNews.com: Eminem is slowly making his comeback to the rap scene and is gearing up for the release of “Recovery,” which hits stores on June 21st.
However, even though this record focuses on getting his life back together and confessing his struggles, he admits that “Slim Shady” still exists. He told the NY Times, “Shady still exists. But I don’t think the subjects on this record call for, you know, bring the chainsaws and axes out and murder everyone on this record. There was so much stuff like that off the last record that I felt like I was starting to run it into the ground. I think consciously I went in a different direction with this record.”
Putting everything on the table he adds that the title of the album came from, “Vicodin, Valium and Ambien, and toward the end, which caused my overdose, methadone. I didn’t know it was methadone. I used to get pills wherever I could. I was just taking anything that anybody was giving to me.” He finishes by saying that his kids are what keeps him sober, and it’s obviously working since he’s been clean for 2 years.
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