Eminem Eminem's Fame Post Revival

Started by froboy6942, Apr 29, 2018, in Eminem Add to Reading List

  1. froboy6942
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    Apr 29, 2018
    I'm wondering what kind of fame he will have with his remaining years as an active rapper. Revival changed a lot. Will his following projects get the same attention and fame Revival did? Will he recapture any type of era popularity wise prior to 2014? Could this be him slowly fading away? I'm very curious what his first single will be for his next album. River is barely keeping him afloat. It will be hard to come back from another first single flopping like Walk On Water. He honestly needs something as popular as The Monster at the very least if you ask me.
    What are your thoughts?
     
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  2. RG9
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    Apr 29, 2018
    He’s obviously nowhere near as popular as he was, but he just sold 500,000 tickets of a European tour in a matter of hours so I’d say he’s still pretty popular lol
     
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  3. froboy6942
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    I guess I didn't specify. He'll always sell well for concerts! I wonder if he will break records and outsell everyone like he did prior to 2014.
     
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  4. Mikey
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    he is 45 of course he will fade away soon.

    one more album & he is done.

    Needs to retire too destroying his legacy badly. Now had more bad albums than good one's.

    99-03 was legendary though.
     
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  5. Big Dangerous
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    Apr 29, 2018
    His next record does 250k at best and wham reality sinks in that Em isn't a cultural megastar anymore
     
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  6. froboy6942
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    Will this be his truest music since Relapse? He is best when he is doubted. He has lacked true motivation since Relapse.
     
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  7. Hip Hop Gawd
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    Walk On Water a classic yo
     
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  8. joeyp363
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    I think he is actually more popular now. Revival was his best selling album so far!
     
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  9. grizzyp
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    No one gives 2 s----s about his music anymore. Nothing he can do to redeem that. Its what happens when you release s--- music a for almost a decade straight. A new generation grows up and only knows you for crappy COD metaphor raps, corny rock songs and pop anthems.
     
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