Eminem reveals his favorite song from his many hits – and it’s a VERY surprising choice
Eminem has revealed his favorite song from his many hits – and many will be shocked by his choice.
The 50-year-old rapper is considered one of the greatest of all time, with estimated sales of more than 220 million records worldwide.
He has released 11 studio albums and is a 15-time Grammy Award winner, with some of his most famous hits including Without Me, The Real Slim Shady and Love The Way You Lie.
In addition, the rapper has collaborated with artists such as Rihanna and Elton John.
But when asked about his favorite song, the hitmaker came up with a surprising answer.
Revealed: Eminem has told fans his favorite song — and it’s not one of his chart-toppers
Success: The rapper, now 50, is considered one of the greatest of all time and has won 15 Grammy Awards
Eminem spoke at a Q&A at a Spotify streaming party marking The Marshall Mathers MP’s 20th birthday.
He chose a lesser-known track from Curtain Call: The Hits – and one that wasn’t on the original clean cut of the album.
The star said FACK is his favorite song and agreed with a fan calling it a “lyrical masterpiece.”
The song is known for its explicit lyrics and went viral on TikTok in 2021, with shocking content for fans.
One verse reads, “Ow ow ow (oh god damn it!).
‘I’m going f***ing c**! *Oh s***!’
Whether or not Eminem was joking is up to his listeners.
He further revealed that his favorite verse is from I’m Back, and also discussed his favorite Avengers character (The Hulk) and his favorite cereal (Kelloggs Bran Raisin Crunch).
It comes after the rapper filed opposition to a trademark application filed by Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon for their Reasonably Shady podcast.
The 50-year-old filed the opposition on Feb. 14, according to Page Six, claiming in the documents that his mark would be “damaged” if the trademark was granted.
He also claimed that the trademark for the podcast could “cause consumer confusion.”
The rapper (born Marshall Mathers) – who is developing a TV show based on his 2002 hit movie 8 Mile with 50 Cent – owns the trademark for “Shady” for use on merchandise, and he has exclusive Slim Shady or for entertainment services since 1998.
Bryant, 52, and Dixon, 43, who have both starred in Bravo’s Real Housewives of Potomac since its 2016 debut, filed for the trademark weeks earlier with the intention of selling merchandise under the podcast name.
Feud: It comes after the rapper filed opposition to a trademark application filed by Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon for their Reasonably Shady podcast