Post by Wonder Bread on Dec 19, 2017 7:38:02 GMT -5
...which saves me the time for even clicking on that. I encounter enough average White, balding guys with dad bods in my day-to-day life, so I don't need to hear them whining on the Internet as well. It's pretty obvious that reaction videos are over-the-top by definition, either in favor for or against the artist.
Post by Wonder Bread on Dec 19, 2017 11:48:04 GMT -5
It was at 64 last I checked (I believe last night?) but I take umbrage when it comes to critics (and people) attacking Eminem. In an age where so much White Mediocrity is awarded in music via record sales/Grammys/Hot 100 positions, etc., I will always respect Eminem for not resting on his accolades and skin color. It is clear, from his dexterity and approach to rap, that he truly respects the culture. There are very few that can do what he does. I can easily pick apart some production choices and bland, Auto-Tuned hooks, but when I sit down and listen to his dazzling wordplay, I really don't care about what these critics have to say.
Post by ColdCoffee on Dec 20, 2017 13:19:37 GMT -5
During the last few months, demand for Eminem’s music has been unwavering, even though he hasn’t released any new albums in over four years. With an average of 20,000 P2P users sharing Eminem’s music every day, he regularly ranked among the top 25 music artists of the past few months, grabbing spot no. 17 in the music file sharing charts of October and climbing to spot no. 16 of top artists in November.
Then, as a result of the heated anticipation for Eminem’s “Revival”, his ninth studio album, and the eleven torrent files permeating throughout the P2P networks, downloads of his music skyrocketed to more than 85,000 P2P users on December 14, 2017. When the album was officially released the following day, another nine torrent files appeared in P2P networks, further heating up demand for Eminem’s music and resulting in almost 125,000 file sharers actively downloading and sharing Eminem songs.
In particular, almost 90% of the file sharers went after tracks from “Revival”. To put this in perspective, the latest album release from Ed Sheeran, who is one of the most popular artists this year, triggered about 133,000 fans to download his music in P2P networks. However, as it stands today, Eminem has managed to reach the top spot in the world's file sharing chart of top artists for December.
Last Edit: Dec 20, 2017 13:20:26 GMT -5 by ColdCoffee
Waking up, midnight November And you're still in my bed
The only song I truly like from the album is Heat. It's better and catchier than all of the pop collabs and an overall fun track which I think is refreshing coming from Em. I hope he makes it a single.
Post by Glove Slap on Dec 22, 2017 12:26:53 GMT -5
#1 UK, with 132k. It's his 8th consecutive #1 album (going back to MMLP and counting Curtain Call), a streak that only ABBA and Led Zeppelin had achieved prior. It's also the second biggest opening of the year behind Ed Sheeran (who is 11k behind this week).
Post by Wonder Bread on Jan 8, 2018 23:20:06 GMT -5
Chloroseptic remix is out with (what I assume to be) the original 2Chainz verse that was inexplicably cut from the album version, plus a new verse from Em and Phresher, who was once just relegated to the hook, gets his own verse, which is FIRE by the way. They should release this.
Post by Wonder Bread on Jan 9, 2018 12:18:56 GMT -5
I can't wait to see him MURDER Coachella. Part of me wants to follow him festival season but I ain't trying to go broke LOL. He's also headlining Bonnaroo and Governor's Ball, thus far. Governor's Ball is practically in my back yard but I will be coming back from a festival in London the weekend prior so it might be a bit much. Either way, PUMPED! Last time I saw him was 2014 Lolla when he brought Rihanna on stage.
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