10 Most Maniacal Bars
Eminem? Crazy? Clearly. HipHopDX's Michael Trampe breaks down some of Eminem's craziest bars.
Eminem’s wordplay, psychotic lyrics and voice were just a few of the reasons we got into his music during the mid '90s. In the early part of his career, he was saying things never heard from any other emcee in the game. His delivery, cadence and demeanor were unique, interesting and believable.
"Whose arm is this? I must have cut it off at the pharmacist, That refused to renew my 7th prescription of Darvocets, I'm the old man who lives upstairs and starves his pets, That never leaves his house, cause he thinks his car's possessed" – Eminem on "Watch Deez"
Eminem was never afraid to speak his mind and collaborate with emcees who were talented, but maybe not as “mainstream” as some wanted his collaborations to be. He's respected for experimenting and doing what he does best: making you press pause and rewind so you can clarify what he just said. Without further ado, here are 10 of Eminem's Craziest Bars. Lose yourself in these lyrics.
Thirstin Howl III f. Eminem – "Watch Deez"
Eminem – "Demon Inside"
Eminem – "3 A.M."
The Madd Rapper f. Eminem – "Stir Crazy"
Eminem – "My Darling"
Eminem – "Murder Murder"
Eminem & Royce Da 5'9 – "Welcome To Hell"
Biggie Smalls f. Eminem – "Dead Wrong"
Eminem f. J-Black & Masta Ace – "Hell Bound"
Eminem – "If I Get Locked Up Tonight"
Eminem – "3 Verses"
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