Eminem Breaks Another Record & Praises Old School Hip Hop


Eminem has been breaking records for years in the music industry. He has another record to add to his long list. The rap icon’s March 2nd show in Wellington, New Zealand broke the record for West Pac stadium according to New Zealand Herald. The event also holds the record for the fastest sell out with 46, 474 fans in attendance. The former record was set by pop star Robbie Williams.

Eminem also took the stage to explain his attire on his “Rapture Tour” which includes tributes to classic hip hop albums. 

You know, this was called the Rapture tour. But originally, it was going to be called the ‘Rap Shirt’ tour. I’ma tell you why,” says Em, tapping his current shirt of choice – Masta Ace’s Slaughterhouse. “There’s a reason I do this, every single night on stage man. Hopefully, some of ya’ll might go buy their albums. Might go look em’ up. Maybe you don’t know who Masta Ace was, or Kool G Rap. I feel like you need to know because what they did for hip-hop is so fu*king incredible because they made it go to that next level. These are the rappers that inspired me, man. On some real shit.


Eminem’s praise for the hip hop pioneers is a contrast to an interview recently done by The Migos member Offset