Hip-hop’s answer to Howard Stern gets big laughs being outrageous, taking on Tom Green’s moose humping, Will Smith’s antiprofanity moralizing, vapid teen-poppers, humorless music critics, and derivative rappers, among other targets on his new single, ”The Real Slim Shady.” Nothing else on the radio even approaches this sort of smirky, provocative commentary (are you listening, Bloodhound Gang?). B+
'REAL' GOOD TIME Eminem's new single is snarky fun
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Eminem; Producer (group): Aftermath, Interscope
Posted May 15 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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