Eminem - Rap God

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Charts

Binnenkomst:19/10/2013 (Positie 99)
Laatste week notering:09/11/2013 (Positie 53)
Piekpositie:53 (1 week)
Chartrun:
Aantal weken:3
Positie aller tijden:20955 (58 Punten)
In de landen:
ch  Piek: 31 / Weken: 2
de  Piek: 33 / Weken: 5
at  Piek: 45 / Weken: 4
fr  Piek: 23 / Weken: 10
nl  Piek: 53 / Weken: 3
be  Tip (V)
se  Piek: 46 / Weken: 2
dk  Piek: 30 / Weken: 2
au  Piek: 15 / Weken: 4
nz  Piek: 4 / Weken: 4

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VersieLengteTitelLabel
Nummer
Formaat
Medium
Datum
6:03The Marshall Mathers LP 2Aftermath / Shady / Interscope
06025 3758811
Album
CD
05/11/2013
6:03The Marshall Mathers LP 2 [Deluxe Edition]Aftermath / Shady / Interscope
06025 3758812
Album
CD
05/11/2013

Eminem   Artiestenpagina

Singles - Dutch Charts
TitelBinnenkomstPiekWeken
Hi! My Name Is10/04/19991710
Guilty Conscience (Eminem feat. Dr. Dre)31/07/19992212
Forgot About Dre (Dr. Dre feat. Eminem)26/02/20001621
The Real Slim Shady24/06/2000517
The Way I Am07/10/20001014
Stan (Eminem feat. Dido)09/12/2000316
Rock City (Royce Da 5'9" feat. Eminem)13/04/2002426
Without Me01/06/2002119
Cleanin' Out My Closet05/10/2002413
Lose Yourself21/12/2002120
Sing For The Moment12/04/2003813
Business23/08/200369
Just Lose It06/11/2004513
Like Toy Soldiers29/01/2005814
Mockingbird07/05/2005197
Ass Like That06/08/2005288
When I'm Gone17/12/2005315
Smack That (Akon feat. Eminem)04/11/20061025
Crack A Bottle (Eminem / Dr. Dre / 50 Cent)21/02/2009568
We Made You25/04/20091910
Not Afraid08/05/20101418
Love The Way You Lie (Eminem feat. Rihanna)03/07/2010525
I Need A Doctor (Dr. Dre feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey)05/03/2011556
My Life (50 Cent feat. Eminem & Adam Levine)08/12/2012892
Berzerk31/08/2013524
Rap God19/10/2013533
The Monster (Eminem feat. Rihanna)02/11/2013328
Survival02/11/2013492
Walk On Water (Eminem feat. Beyoncé)18/11/20172210
River (Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran)23/12/2017518
Believe23/12/2017591
Like Home (Eminem feat. Alicia Keys)23/12/2017651
Remind Me23/12/2017771
Bad Husband (Eminem feat. X Ambassadors)23/12/2017811
Tragic Endings (Eminem feat. Skylar Grey)23/12/2017971
Lucky You (Eminem feat. Joyner Lucas)08/09/2018147
The Ringer08/09/2018163
Greatest08/09/2018372
Fall08/09/2018433
Not Alike (Eminem feat. Royce Da 5'9'')08/09/2018502
Kamikaze08/09/2018552
Normal08/09/2018661
Stepping Stone08/09/2018671
Good Guy (Eminem feat. Jessie Reyez)08/09/2018931
Venom08/09/2018941
Killshot29/09/2018761
 
Albums - Dutch Charts
TitelBinnenkomstPiekWeken
The Slim Shady LP01/05/19992038
The Marshall Mathers LP27/05/2000258
The Eminem Show08/06/2002173
Eminem Is Back03/04/2004865
Encore20/11/2004240
Curtain Call - The Hits10/12/2005517
Eminem Presents The Re-Up09/12/2006669
Relapse23/05/2009319
Recovery26/06/2010239
The Marshall Mathers LP 209/11/2013421
Revival23/12/2017133
Kamikaze08/09/2018111
 
DVD Music - Dutch Charts
TitelBinnenkomstPiekWeken
Up In The Smoke Tour [DVD] (Snoop Dogg / Dr. Dre / Eminem / Xzibit / Warren G / Nate Dogg / Ice Cube)17/02/200114
All Access Europe [DVD]06/07/2002101
The Anger Management Tour [DVD]30/07/2005155
 

Reviews

Puntengemiddelde: 2.93 (Reviews: 57)

Alleen de Nederlands- en Engelstalige reviews worden getoond: Alle talen tonen

billbeast
*
Hardly.

TravD
*****
A weaker single from Eminem. He sounds different at times.

This is actually a grower for me - his rapping here is quite interesting and somewhat addictive.
Laatst gewijzigd: 05/11/2013 15:58

Zacco333
****
This has grown on me in the time it has been out of the ARIA top 50. His rapping is quite impressive and their are high quality parts to the song. Unfortunately though it does get a little boring towards the end, especially with the long length. I prefer "The Monster" and "Berzerk".
Laatst gewijzigd: 30/12/2013 07:31

Chris A
****
Cool song.

bluezombie
**
I started out thinking I'd compare this to Frontier Psychiatrist and I'd nearly have preferred if it maintained that. What a piece of shit. Also, far too long.

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*
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Fabio (auch Fabi GaGa)
**
jaja...laber laber...

irelander
***
Not bad but not for me.

nymph
*
Awful awful awful.

RV
*
Vervelend kutnummer.

Chief O'Hara
*
Shit...

KingBandicoot
***
Okay, but it becomes a bit monotonous and doesn't have a stand-out quality like most of his other songs have.

I admit that the fast rapping in the middle is entertaining though.

Hijinx
****
The online reaction to this one has been interesting, something that hasn't been seen since "Control" earlier this year. Since that is just a demo, there's no place for me to discuss it so maybe I'll do it here.

Something that interests me with music is the ubiquity of anything that reaches a certain level of notoriety, at least among the music community. Once that level has been reached, you can be reasonably confident that anyone who has an inclination to music has heard it. Sometimes this can be funny to me (what does Artist X think about "Gangnam Style"?!)

With Eminem I find it interesting because he's just been around so long and what I get out of his character is one of apathy so I find it pretty neat that he seems to keep up with what's hip and happening.

I say this because it seems quite likely that he has heard "Control". He must have been pretty chuffed about it considering that he gave Kendrick a shout out not long later on "Berzerk" (while doing a nod to "Good Kid, m.A.A.d City", more recent music :) ).

I did read that this was recorded back in 2012 so while it couldn't have been written in response to "Control", it perhaps was released because of it. After all, Eminem does still get accoladed as one of the all time greats, but over the last 10 years now, he hasn't done much to back that up. It'd be quite easy for someone to have known his ubiquity for a long, long time, but at the same time being completely oblivious to what he accomplished during his heyday in the late '90s and early '00s. And it's clear that he's aware of the retractors as he directly calls them out. It's not an entirely persuasive argument at times, but for once he's found the right outlet to do it in.

Because after all, the entire song seems to be a middle finger to any of those retractors, showing that when he wants to, he can still keep up his old form. This in the way of his flow and rhyming scheme, which it can't be said enough; damn it's impressive in this song!

However they're not the only components to the song. While he gets that right, he falters in others. The beat is just a bit too cold for example. It works reasonably well with the tension in the verses, but is a tiny bit annoying in the chorus, and it's hard for it not to get tiring during the 6 minute duration of the song.

And of course, the part where Eminem falters most often especially in recent times, the lyrics. I've seen it be criticised for the dated references, but while they could be seen as a sign that yeah, Eminem is 40 now, the context he uses here is that he's been around for so long, so long that he can reference things that are so old that they're dated, but his career STILL pre-dates them (though if he wasn't proving that he can still deliver, that would backfire).

But my biggest problem is that there's one retraction that he's missed, and it's probably one of the biggest: The fact that he's frequently called out to be misogynistic and homophobic. He misses that one, and does a whole verse with 'gay little boy' repeated over and over again, and then later mentions 'faggots' multiple times. These are the two weak moments for me that take a lot of patience to sit through. If he'd found a way to take them out, I'd be looking at something that holds up to be as strong as it is fascinating, because it is fascinating, especially compared to the relatively mundane "Survival" & "The Monster" from this same album. But instead it remains what it is, slightly flawed and not reaching what it wants to hit. 4.1
Laatst gewijzigd: 05/11/2013 05:37

HeadInAMuse
****
OMG I LOVE THIS NEW EMINEM SONGGG YEAAAHH HES THE BESTEST RAPPER GOD EVERRRR I MEAN I LITERALLY LISTEN TO NO HIP HOP MUSIC AT ALL AND NO WAY IS IT BECAUSE MOST OF THEM ARRE BLACK BUT EMINEM IS SO COOOOL!

Yeah his is his first genuinely good song in god knows how long, and the rapping flow is very impressive, but given his quality record for the past decade he's most certainly not a 'Rap God' he can just deliver a knockout when he actually gives a damn, as he does here.

I'd hate to let external elements influence my opinion, and maybe it'll wear off if he delivers more at this level, but it is hard to admit to liking any of his stuff when his fanbase is full of the most annoying dicks in the world.

LLonden
**
Ik ben er niet echt weg van. Net geen 3 sterren.

liam99
***
It's impressive I gotta say, but I'll have to give it a 3.

UltimateLMFAOFan
******
geiles Hip-Hop lied:D meiner meinung nach das beste lied von "The Marshall Mathers LP 2":D video ist auch ganz gut:)

alleyt1989
****
Considering how often he loses his flow in his other singles, I'm impressed with how he keeps his flow here as well. I do quite like it, easy to get lost in when he's really getting into it.

There's a part of this where he says that the only Hall of Fame he will get into is the 'alcohol of fame' or something like that. I get frustrated when he bemoans such things, I think he will be inducted to the R&R Hall of Fame as soon as he is eligible.
Laatst gewijzigd: 10/09/2018 22:40

jeankeL
**
Eigenlijk wat te weinig voor rap god Eminem, wat hij ondanks dit nummer nog altijd is!

brokenrecords
****
Good. His rapping in this is quite impressive I must say, though the hype around this isn't as justified really, and I don't think he's the "rap god". Also, I know it's essential for rappers to swear, but I dislike his repeated use of the word "fag" which is one of the most disgusting words to say. I prefer the first two singles from "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" and "The Monster".

Lol HeadInAMuse, exactly what most people say about this that I know :/

LIFTER500
***
He may not be a rap god but he is the best rapper in the world. 3.2.

NoNameWhatever
****
Ein bisschen übertrieben...

BeansterBarnes
****
Upon release I really didn't like this but over time i've become more accustom to it and really do enjoy it.

P=52
Laatst gewijzigd: 07/01/2018 07:05

Sebastiaanmember
**
Eminem was nooit mijn ding geweest, op de commerciële rapnummers 'Love The Way You Lie' en 'The Monster' na, maar dit nummer stelt niet veel voor.. ik denk dat Eminem zijn beste tijd wel al heeft gehad, zijn laatste hits zijn met Rihanna..
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