The album cover art pays tribute to 1986 album "Licensed to lll" of American rap group, Beastie Boys.
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However, his opinion of Trump remains unchanged - even after "Agent Orange... sent the Secret Service to meet in person". Should I drop it on Donald Trump?
Aretha Franklin covered burial expenses of needy
On Monday, the city of Detroit began a week-long celebration of the life of the late Queen of Soul , Aretha Franklin . She says while she never met Franklin, it felt like she could be a sister or an aunt because "she's always been here".
From the first song, it's obvious that Em is angry about bad reviews, which is nothing new, but it's just a bit funnier this time around.
The track led to criticism of the rapper for resorting to homophobic slurs that have been increasingly eschewed by mainstream rappers over the past few years.
The album also contains a skit featuring a voicemail from his manager, Paul Rosenberg.
He said: "That word, those kind of words, when I came up battle-rappin' or whatever, I never really equated those words".
In 2003, the Secret Service took notice of a lyric from an unfinished Eminem song that said "I'd rather see the president dead", but opted not to investigate him.
"How do I say this?" he raps on Fall.