The 2001 debut by Eminem’s crew D12 felt like a payback favor to his old Detroit posse. So it’s a welcome surprise that the six-man act’s follow-up, D12 World, is more than just another rhyme session between after-parties. Shock tactics and chest thumping still predominate, but satirical cuts like ”Just Like U” and the fatalistic ”Good Die Young” give this spit session much-needed polish.
D12 WorldThe 2001 debut by Eminem's crew D12 felt like a payback favor to his old Detroit posse. So it's a welcome surprise that the six-man act's follow-up, D12 WorldThe 2001 debut by Eminem's crew D12 felt like a payback favor to his old Detroit posse. So it's a welcome surprise that the six-man act's follow-up, 2004-04-30
(D12: Karin Catt)
Producer (group): Interscope, Shady
Posted April 30 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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