May 26th marked fifteen years since Eminem released his fourth studio album, The Eminem Show. The follow-up to his critically acclaimed The Marshall Mathers LP in 2000, The Eminem Show followed its predecessor and sold over 10 million copies, becoming Marshall’s second album in a row to achieve Diamond certification by the RIAA.
Marshall has now released a celebratory reissue of that album. Dubbed The Eminem Show: Anniversary Capsule, it has now been repackaged in a throwback-style cassette tape, along with a poster full of previously-unseen notes about the album and a t-shirt.
Fans can purchase he Eminem Show: Anniversary Capsule at Em’s e-home.
In more good news, Eminem surprised high school graduates of Flint Community Schools in Flint, MI with a pre-recorded message, and gifting each graduate with a free pair of Beats By Dre headphones through his Marshall Mathers Foundation.
Now… what’s up with Despicable Me 3, though?