Timecodes - 0:00 - What Eminem is really like in the studio 0:30 - 1:00 - Eminem being one of the greatest writers of all time 1:00 - Eminem’s writing process in the studio 2:00 - Akon talks about Eminem treating rap like a job 3:00 - 50 Cent talks about Eminem’s work ethic 3:00 - Eminem is involved in his whole process 3:15 - Just Blaze talks about Eminem editing his vocals 3:45 - Scott Storch talks about Eminem working on sound effects 4:00 - Eminem’s inspiration for writing and thinking about rhyming 4:30 - Eminem talks about his process for coming up with rhymes 5:15 - Rihanna talks about working with Eminem 6:00 - Why Eminem still writes his rhymes down in notebooks 6:30 - Yelawolf talks about Eminem memorizing his lyrics 7:00 - Eminem told 2 Chainz that his metaphors give him anxiety 8:00 - Rick Rubin talks about Eminem’s writing 8:30 - Jadakiss recalls Eminem talking about Til I Collapse 9:00 - The Game talks about working with Eminem 10:00 - Just Blaze once told Eminem he was a little bit off beat 12:00 - Tech N9ne talks about how Eminem brings out the competitive spirit 12:30 - Eminem invited Kendrick Lamar to the studio to test if he had ghostwriters 13:00 - Nicki Minaj talks about working with Eminem 14:00 - Eminem joking around in the studio 15:20 - Joe Budden talks about Eminem’s content 15:45 - Eminem talks about the difference between rapping and rhyming 16:20 - Kendrick Lamar talks about Eminem being the greatest 17:00 - J. Cole talks about wanting to sound like Eminem growing up 18:00 - Eminem talks about rhyming the word Orange
There are few people who take their craft as seriously as Eminem does. If 10,000 hours is the mark for mastery, this man could teach a masterclass on rhyming. In this video, we’re going to take a look at what it’s really like to work with Eminem in the studio, from his writing process to how he collaborates, straight from the mouths of artists like Kendrick Lamar, Jay Z, Nicki Minaj, 50 Cent and more.
Script Written, Voice Over and Produced By: Jeremy Hecht https://www.instagram.com/jeremy_hecht
Video Edited By: Kevin Bernardez https://www.selcouthszn.com/ https://www.instagram.com/kbprohd
Additional Research & Production: Josh Svetz https://twitter.com/Svetz17?
Thumbnail By: JR Martinez https://www.instagram.com/zxmbiac www.zxmbiacdesigns.com
Executive Producer: Sharath Cherian
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