Eminem fans have big aspirations for the 25th anniversary of the rap maestro’s professional career. According to Eminem News, the rapper’s loyalist have asked the powers-that-be to upload his first solo album, “Infinite,” to streaming services.

The 49-year-old recorded Infinite alongside friend Denaun Porter for (Funky Bass Team) F.B.T. Productions, an independent record label owned by brothers Mark and Jeff Bass.

Unfortunately for Em and his accomplices, Infinite did not achieve commercial success – prompting the “Stan” rapper to develop the notorious Slim Shady persona that many refer to him as to this day.

The release of his second album, “The Slim Shady LP,” catapulted the Saint Joseph native to superstardom. The Slim Shady LP was produced by Eminem, the Bass Bros., Mel-Man, and Dr. Dre.

In addition to demanding the commercial release of Infinite, fans have been wanting a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for Eminem for a long, long time. Even LL Cool J has went on record in favor of Em’s long-awaited induction.

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