The 25 DOPEST Eminem Songs

The 26 Dopest Eminem Songs

The Real Slim Shady: The 26 Dopest Eminem Songs

Published Sat, November 5, 2022 at 2:00 PM EDT

Eminem is a Hip-Hop superstar who built his legacy on emcee skills and an endlessly compelling discography.

Over the course of his 25 year career, the man born Marshall Mathers has cemented his place alongside rap's greats. The songwriter wears his love of Hip-Hop on his sleeve, and his grammy-winning catalog features classic albums like The Marshall Mathers LP and The Eminem Show. He's delivered an enviable list of hits, tracks like "Lose Yourself" and "My Name Is..." are among some of the biggest songs of their time. And he's still capable of packing arenas and dominating the charts at age 50, landing alongside younger talent such as Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, and Drake.

The Detroit-born emcee receives a lot of credit for providing an entry point for white middle America to feel connected to Hip-Hop's voice, aesthetic and ethos; and he became a linchpin for Detroit artists like D12 and the late, great Proof. And he's now a Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer.

We picked 25 of our favorite Eminem songs.

Honorable Mentions

"Till I Collapse”

“Godzilla” (ft. Juice WRLD)


“Kill You”

“Role Model”

“The Monster” (ft. Rihanna)

“Brain Damage”


“Just Lose It”

“Love You More”

“No Love” (ft. Lil Wayne)

“Lucky You” (ft. Joyner Lucas)

“Walk on Water” (ft. Beyoncé)

“You Don’t Know” (ft. 50 Cent, Cashis, Lloyd Banks)

“Fast Lane” (under Bad Meets Evil collaboration with Royce da 5’9”)

“Renegade” (Jay-Z ft. Eminem)

“Forever” (Drake ft. Kanye West, Lil Wayne, and Eminem)

“Shake That” (Eminem and Nate Dogg)



























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