Eminem’s contributions to the world of hip-hop cannot be forgotten in any way. Artists such as Skylar Grey still get starstruck working with him even at this point in time. Jack Harlow also has an interesting opinion about the legendary rapper.

His albums continue to break records even now. On top of that, he is a savvy businessman, which is why he has dealt with several projects over the years. He also broke records on Deezer as well.

Eminem certainly has humble beginnings as he started dirt poor, living in a trailer park. His growth is certainly an inspiration to fans and peers alike, all over the world.

While speaking in his first Rolling Stone cover story, rising rapper Jack Harlow talks about Eminem’s influence in the rapping industry. Harlow stated that he believes Eminem is underrated.


He finds it “tragic” that some young rap fans don’t appreciate Eminem’s music (including some who refer to his beats as “circus music” on Twitter). “But I think that shit is still forever immortal, and we’re gonna get back to it. We’re a couple years away from everyone reviving that shit as a culture and being like, ‘Look at this shit.’ And everyone’s gonna pay their rightful respects again. No matter how the production ages to people, like, he put so much into his words that it immortalized him, even though that shit aged as ‘circus music’ to [some] people.”

Eminem will forever remain someone synonymous with rapping in general, and many fans continue to listen to his music for the first time and fall in love immediately. That is unlikely to ever change by the looks of it.

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