Westside Boogie Talks About Eminem

One of the rappers Eminem presented with Shady Records is Westside Boogie.

Raquel Harper recently spoke to Westside Boogie and asked the Compton native about the “best gift” he’d ever gotten from Eminem.

“Performace-wise, he told me to stop stage-diving, because I can get sued,” said Westside Boogie. “I just like jumping into the crowd. It’s my thing. So I don’t know if that’s necessarily good advice, but advice he gave me.”

Boogie signed to Shady Records in 2017. Released Everythings for Sale in 2019 and MORE BLACK SUPERHEROES in 2022. And Boogie and Em joined forces for “Rainy Days.”

There are important names in Boogie’s 12-track studio album. Soulja Boy, Snoop Dogg are some of these names.

Detroit legend recently collaborated with CeeLo Green for a song on their project “Elvis”. The song was released on digital platforms on June 16.

Eminem Spoke About Mental Health

He spoke about his mental health rapping history on SiriusXM’s Sway in the Morning.

The Detroit legend talked about his willingness to address mental health in his music while speaking to Sway Calloway. He advocated rap as a therapeutic outlet.

“I think that’s one of the great things about rap music is that, you know, you could put so much of your life in it,” he said before a pause in the conversation.

He added, “It’s therapeutic and that’s how it’s always been for me.”

He also paid tribute to Westside Boogie’s new album More Black Superheroes, released Friday, June 17.

Dr. Dre and Eminem

Eminem Drops ‘THE EMINEM SHOW’

Eminem released an expanded edition of The Eminem Show to commemorate the Billboard juggernaut’s 20th anniversary. He had promised this.

Slim Shady made the announcement via Twitter.

“‘Til I collapse I’m spillin’ these raps/long as you feel ’em’ 20 YEARS since #TheEminemShow!!!” the caption reads. “Expanded Edition out now.”

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