Songs written by Eminem

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  1. 3 A.m.

    3 A.m. (2009)


    "3 a.m." is the second official single by American rapper Eminem from his album Relapse. The single was produced by Dr. Dre. The song was released onto the iTunes Store April 28, 2009. The music video was released on May 2 at 10:00 p.m. via Cinemax.

  2. Ain't Nuttin' But Music

    Ain't Nuttin' But Music


    "Ain't Nuttin' But Music" is a hip hop single by American rap group D12, taken as the third cut from their debut studio album, Devil's Night. It achieved notable success in France and Belgium, peaking at #25 and #47 respectively. The single was only released in the two countries. The single was backed with the group's previous single, "Purple Pills", which was not released as a single in France or Belgium due to the outlandish content of its lyrics.

  3. Ass Like That

    Ass Like That (2004)


    "Ass Like That" (edited version referred to as "A** Like That," "Like That" or "Butt Like That") is a 2005 single by the rapper Eminem from his album, Encore.

  4. Bad Guy

    Bad Guy


    "Bad Guy" is a song by American hip hop recording artist Eminem, taken from his eighth studio album The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (2013). The song, which is the album's intro, connects the second Marshall Mathers LP to the first, which was released in the year 2000. "Bad Guy" is also a sequel to Eminem's hit single "Stan", which appears on the aforementioned album.

  5. Bad Meets Evil

    Bad Meets Evil (1999)


    "Bad Meets Evil" is a song by Detroit rapper Eminem featuring Royce da 5'9". The song is the first of Em and Royce's Bad Meets Evil series. It appears as track 19 on Eminem's major-label debut The Slim Shady LP. The song title is the official group name of the duo. At the end of the song, Royce says "See you in hell for the sequel," which became the name of Bad Meets Evil's debut EP, Hell: The Sequel.

  6. Beautiful

    Beautiful (2009)


    "Beautiful" is the third and final official single from American rapper Eminem. It was released on May 12, 2009 on iTunes as a digital download. "Beautiful" entered the UK Singles Chart on May 17, 2009 at #38 and re-entered at #31 due to massive airplay and was released as the third UK single after "We Made You". Since then the song has peaked at #12 so far. It became Eminem's 21st Top 40 single in the UK but also his second official single to miss the Top 10. In the U.S., it debuted at #17 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was on the A-List of the BBC Radio 1 playlist. In the week of July 23, 2009 it re-entered the Hot 100 at #98.

  7. Breathe



    "Breathe" is a song by American recording artist Blu Cantrell from her second studio album, Bittersweet (2003). A remixed version featuring Sean Paul was released as a single in 2003.

  8. Business

    Business (2002)


    "Business" is a song by the rapper Eminem, released in 2003 as a single internationally, except in the U.S.. It was from his worldwide hit album, The Eminem Show, which was released in 2002. In the song, Eminem talks about him and Dr. Dre working together like Batman and Robin (as suggested in the music video for "Without Me") in the "Rapmobile," to set the hip hop music world straight, allegedly a reference to Insane Clown Posse, a hip hop duo who had a feud with Eminem. There is no official music video for this song, so music video channels usually play live versions of the song instead. The line, "there's no such thing, like a female with good looks who cooks and cleans" is a reference to his troubled relationship with his then wife, Kim.

  9. Calm Down

    Calm Down


    "Calm Down" is a song by American rapper Busta Rhymes, released as the third single from his upcoming tenth studio album, E.L.E.2 (Extinction Level Event 2). The song features American rapper Eminem and was produced by Scoop DeVille. It was released for digital download on July 1, 2014 by The Conglomerate Entertainment and Empire Distribution.

  10. Cleanin' Out My Closet

    Cleanin' Out My Closet (2002)


    "Cleanin' Out My Closet" is a song by American rapper Eminem released in 2002. It was from his worldwide hit album, The Eminem Show and was later re-released in 2005 for Eminem's greatest hits album Curtain Call: The Hits. "Cleanin' Out My Closet" was the second single released from the album following "Without Me". It became the second top-ten single from the album (reaching #4 on the United States Billboard Hot 100) and one of the highest-charting singles of his career.This song was also used for the 1st trailer that was released in winter 2001 for the hit movie 8 Mile.

  11. Crack A Bottle

    Crack A Bottle (2009)


    "Crack a Bottle" is a hip hop song by American rappers Eminem, Dr. Dre, and 50 Cent and is the first single from Eminem's sixth studio album Relapse. On February 12, 2009, the song broke the first week digital sales record with 418,000 downloads, topping the previous record held by "Live Your Life" by T.I. featuring Rihanna. This record was broken again the following week by "Right Round" by Flo Rida. The song won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group in 2010. As of June 19, 2011, it has sold almost 2 million downloads in the United States.

  12. Dead Wrong

    Dead Wrong (2003)


    "Dead Wrong" is a song by The Notorious B.I.G., taken from his third overall album, Born Again. The song features background vocals from Diddy and rap vocals from Eminem, and it was released as a single posthumously in 2000. The song samples the drum break from Al Green's song, "I'm Glad You're Mine". The song reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart. It is a remix of the original produced by Easy Mo Bee. The original version was released on Mister Cee's Best of Biggie 10th Anniversary Mixtape, and has Biggie rapping an alternate second verse without Eminem.

  13. Drop The World

    Drop The World (2009)


    "Drop the World" is a song by American rapper and recording artist Lil Wayne, featuring a guest appearance from fellow American rapper Eminem. It serves as the third single from Lil Wayne's seventh studio album, Rebirth (2010). The song was released on iTunes on December 28, 2009. Lil Wayne, Eminem, and Travis Barker of Blink-182 performed the song together along with Drake's song "Forever" at the 52nd Grammy Awards in 2010. On April 10, 2014, the single was certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA. Rapper Game and Kanary Diamonds made a remix of the song that appears on Game's mixtape "The Red Room". Rapper Royce da 5'9" made a remix of the song entitled "Pick Ma Balls Up".

  14. Elevator

    Elevator (2009)


    "Elevator" is a song by American rapper Eminem, featured on his 2009 album Relapse: Refill, the re-release of his album Relapse. "Elevator" was the second promotional single released on December 15, released the same day as "Hell Breaks Loose".

  15. Encore

    Encore (2004)


    "Encore" (stylized as ƎNCORE and sometimes known as "Curtains Down") is a song by the rapper Eminem, released in 2004 as a vinyl single in the U.S. It was the title track from his fourth major studio album, Encore, which was also released that year. It is the 20th and final track from the album. The song is a collaboration of the biggest artists on the Shady and Aftermath record label, which consist of Eminem himself, Dr. Dre and 50 Cent. It was nominated for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group at the Grammy Awards of 2006, but lost to The Black Eyed Peas song "Don't Phunk with My Heart". No music video was filmed for the song. Eminem, Dre and 50 Cent would later return to work together on the song "Crack a Bottle" from Relapse. On Encore, "One Shot 2 Shot" segues into the skit "Final Thought", which then segues into Encore/Curtains Down, which also segues into the "Curtains Down" skit.

  16. Fight Music

    Fight Music


    "Fight Music", also known in its censored form as "Flight Music", is a hip hop single by the rap group D12 from their debut album Devil's Night.

  17. Forever

    Forever (2009)


    "Forever" is a single by rapper Drake. The song features verses by rappers Kanye West, Lil Wayne, and Eminem. The song is released as a single from the soundtrack to LeBron James's More Than a Game documentary.

  18. Forgot About Dre -

    Forgot About Dre - (1999)


    "Forgot About Dre" is a Grammy Award-winning single from Dr. Dre's 2001, featuring Eminem, reaching #25 on the Billboard Hot 100, #14 on the U.S. R&B chart, and #7 in the UK Singles Chart. Like the album's lead single "Still D.R.E.," the song addresses Dre's critics in a defiant manner, as Dre announces his return to the hip-hop scene and reminds listeners of his significant influence on the genre.

  19. Grew up a Screw up

    Grew up a Screw up (2006)


    "Grew Up a Screw Up" is the second single from Ludacris' Release Therapy. The song features Young Jeezy, who Ludacris was previously thought to have beef with and a sample of the late The Notorious B.I.G. who sings the hook "I grew up a fucking screw up." Curiously, in the video, Young Jeezy raps a verse different from the one which appeared on the Release Therapy Disc. The video premiered on BET's 106 & Park as a New Joint on Friday October 13, 2006. The video has already been released on MTV Jams. The video features Slick Pulla and Bloodraw (from CTE).

  20. Guts Over Fear

    Guts Over Fear


    "Guts Over Fear" is a single by American rapper Eminem, featuring Australian singer Sia from his upcoming compilation album Shady XV, set to release on Black Friday 2014.

  21. Hands Up

    Hands Up (2006)


    "Hands Up" is the second single from Lloyd Banks's second album, Rotten Apple. The chorus is sung by fellow G-Unit rapper 50 Cent. The song is produced by Eminem and was released as a digital download on July 25, 2006. It is also included on the soundtrack for the video game Saints Row 2.

  22. Headlights



    "Headlights" is a song by American rapper Eminem, featuring American singer and Fun frontman Nate Ruess. The fifteenth track on his eighth studio album The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (2013), it features production from Emile Haynie, Jeff Bhasker, and Eminem himself. In the song, Eminem apologises to his mother, Debbie Mathers, for dissing her in his earlier songs and for showing scorn and resentment towards her in the past. It was released as the album's fifth single on February 5, 2014. It has since peaked at number 45 on the Billboard Hot 100.

  23. Hell Breaks Loose

    Hell Breaks Loose (2009)


    "Hell Breaks Loose" is a song by American rapper Eminem, featured on his 2009 album Relapse: Refill the re-release of Relapse. "Hell Breaks Loose" was a promotional single released on December 15, releasing the same day as "Elevator". The song features Dr. Dre, who also produced the song with Mark Batson. On the week ending January 2, 2010, "Hell Breaks Loose" debuted at #29 on the Billboard Hot 100, as the week's Hot Shot Debut.

  24. Hellbound

    Hellbound (2004)


    "Hellbound" (also known as "Hellbound (H&H Remix)") is a song written and recorded by American rappers Eminem, Masta Ace and J-Black for the Yosumi Records compilation album Game Over (2000). It was released as a single on April 22, 2002 in Europe, charting in countries such as France and Switzerland.

  25. Hello

    Hello (2000)


    "Hello" is the first single from Ice Cube's sixth studio album War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc). The song is an N.W.A reunion featuring former groupmates Dr. Dre and MC Ren. The lyrics to the chorus are:

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