"I get excited, and then I get it in there and hear it, and I'm like, "Oh my God, this is f**king terrible"." he details. I haven't had a flawless career. "If it's not better than the last song that I made, it'll usually linger for a couple of months, and then it'll be put on the back burner, and then there'll be another song that I do, and then it often doesn't make it on the album".
On His Anti-Donald Trump Freestyle: "I wrote it". My main concern was trying to get the message out and also memorize all the words. "I'm always in the process of writing a new song, so trying to learn a new one takes a minute".
"I mean, that's exactly what the people in the military and the people who have given their lives for this country have fought for-for everybody to have a voice and to protest injustices and speak out against shit that's wrong", Eminem said. Projected onto the sides of multiple buildings in the Detroit area, including Michigan Central Station, the typeface of the album's title that we've already seen several times in public was positioned in front of an American flag backdrop, giving the image a decidedly political edge to it.
"Black boy, black boy, we ain't gonna lie to you; Black boy, black boy, we don't like the sight of you", he raps from the perspective of who appears to be a white police officer at the start of the track. He knows what he's doing. But guess what? There's more of us than there are of them. "And he said, 'I don't really consider myself smart enough to know what everybody's going to think, so I just do what feels right to me'". This is my opinion.
On Manager Paul Rosenberg: "He and I go at it during the making of every album, and sometimes we're on the same page and sometimes we're not". And some of our most vocal musicians were quiet, shellshocked.
"And I said secondly if you want my ad-libs I can send them, I do the same ones every time ..."