In 2000, Eminem dropped 'The Marshall Mathers LP,' an introspective look at his career and personal life. At the time, Em was coming off the success of 'The Slim Shady LP,' but with tracks like the ever-popular “The Real Slim Shady” and the table-shaking “Stan,” Em walked right into another hit project. 20 years later, Genius News looked at the album's impact on hip-hop and the music industry at large.
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CREDITS Tia Hill, Supervising Producer Jacques Morel, Senior Correspondent Delisa Shannon, Editor Joe Ali, Editor
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