The deluxe model of Eminem’s 2005 “biggest hits” album Curtain Name accommodates 24 songs compiled from the earlier six years of his catalog.
How, then, are we to treat the wealth of hits that got here after, songs like Em’s unflappable assertion of elite-tier MCing “Rap God,” the heart-wrenching testomony to his vulnerability “Not Afraid,” and even blockbuster collaborations like “Stroll on Water” (Beyoncé), “Received’t Again Down” (P!nk), or “The Monster” and “Love the Manner You Lie” (Rihanna)? Curtain Name 2, anybody?
The MC’s output post-Encore is all well-represented right here, the mission’s curators having made certain to incorporate every thing from late-career link-ups with the large canines of his period (Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, 50 Cent) to his work with followers turned formidable MCs in their very own proper like Joyner Lucas, Juice WRLD, and Yelawolf.
At 35 tracks, it’s a heaping serving to of Em, and one which’s certain to remind followers why we will’t assist however stick round lengthy after he’s left the stage.