In part two of Eminem’s interview with Zane Lowe, the journo and blond emcee dig a little deeper in the 12 minute clip.
Eminem gets reflective in the second installment of the one-on-one and discusses producing music on “The Marshall Mathers LP2.”
The interview took a somber turn when the emcee, who’s album just went platinum, began to discuss his crossover fame. Em-who’s always made it clear how much he hates fame-said he wanted the music to get the attention, but also wanted to be able to do “normal” things. He traced his initial catapult into the public eye back to his tongue-and-cheek single “My Name Is” and said he didn’t understand how the obviously offensive single made him so popular.
The two cover a lot of ground in the 12 minute video. Check it out.