Grammy-winning rapper Eminem‘s The Slim Shady LP did more than just sell a few million copies. Marshall Mathers’ longtime manager Paul Rosenberg has credited Slim’s debut LP for changing his life.
Last night, Rosenberg hit up Instagram to geek out over the 1999 album’s impact on his career.
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There’s not a single project that has changed my life and career trajectory more than this one right here. Talk about storming out of the gate- my goodness. So thankful to know and work for such a loyal genius in @eminem- the first 20 years have been an insane run. Here’s to the next 20 and beyond! Oh, and Slim Shady, happy birthday young man but you can go F yourself. Link in bio to the expanded edition.
Heading into the weekend, both Eminem and Detroit native Royce Da 5’9 reflected on the LP’s 20-year anniversary.
— SOHH (@sohh) February 23, 2019