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The song was Eminem's return after the successful The Marshall Mathers LP, intended as a sequel to "The Real Slim Shady" and essentially saying that he is back to save the world. It also refers to Eminem's role in the music industry and his cultural effects.

The song mocks a number of Eminem's critics, including Dick Cheney and his wife Lynne Cheney, the FCC and MTV, Chris Kirkpatrick, as well as lampooning comparisons of Eminem to Elvis Presley as a… read more

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  • Avatar for melonsquats
    NOBODY LISTENS TO TECHNO
  • Avatar for DiversityA
    Yeah, his flow over the start of that first verse is insane
  • Avatar for djeristsubasa
    i lose my shit at the music video EVERYTIME, and the most when Em does the head bobbing thing in the car. it's an inside meme with my friends
  • Avatar for Ambaryadav
    This is the peak of Marshall's intelligence and humour. You could probably find a song or two where he's more intelligent. Probably another few where he's funnier (as the world turns?). But the combination of humour and intelligence in this song is deadly
  • Avatar for danpeterson
    love it
  • Avatar for Oil_Rope_Bombs
    The best.
  • Avatar for alefspfc
    real name no gimmicks
  • Avatar for RockstarTSU
    This song exhibits what Eminem does arguably better than anyone else in hip-hop - flow patterns.[5]
  • Avatar for cadaver11
    Iconic!
  • Avatar for sei3
    ta-ra-ra na-ra-ra

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