Hip-hop is about translating real-life scenarios into music and is just like any other expression of creativity. However, since its inception, there has been a social stigma attached to the genre. In this article, we challenge that misconception.
In the summer of 2000, The Real Slim Shady took the world of hip-hop by storm with his second major studio album, The Marshall Mathers LP. The angry blonde from Detroit confronted his detractors head-on with this piece of lyrical genius. Read on for more.