Marshall Mathers

Album: Marshall Mathers LP (2000)


  • Marshall Mathers is Eminem's real name. In this song, he makes it clear that he's just a regular guy.
  • Eminem goes on the attack in this song, mocking boy bands, Vanilla Ice, and his critics. He also retaliates against Insane Clowne Posse, who diss him on their parody version of "My Name Is" called "Slim Anus." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Peter - Rotorua, New Zealand

Comments: 6

  • Josh Was The Day from UsaTyfa how is he spitting the truth when the lyric about NKOTB is literally out of order
  • The Nuschler from Cali I don’t think it is “your attorney Fred isn’t a fa--ot.” I heard it was “my f--ken stepdad is a fa--ot.” And he had to take out because he was going to sue over it.
  • Michael from Deridder, LaOh yeah, and P.S.: you don't know HOW BAD i can relate to this moral in the song....*shudder*
  • Michael from Deridder, LaThis song really brings out the damnation of publicity that Eminem's gone through in his life, and he's wishing that the same thing happens to all his overzealous critics, music-writing rivals, and insane wanna-be-like-him young fans so they'll realize that being a rapper isn't the best thing in the world.

    (P.S. His full name is Marshall Bruce Mathers III)
  • Tyfa from North, United Kingdomeminem makes sense cos he spits the truth :-D
  • Landon from Winchester, OhI listen to both Eminem and Insane Clown Possee, but Eminem is better by a landslide. At least Marshall Mathers lyrics actually make sense.
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