Marshall Bruce Mathers III, better known as Eminem, is an American rapper, actor, singer, songwriter, record producer, hip-hop musician, and record executive. Eminem’s net worth is $250 million as of 2023. Critics consider him to be one of the finest rappers of all time. The acceptance of white hip-hop artists in mainstream music is sometimes attributed to Eminem’s huge popularity and well-known works that dismantled racial barriers.
He became well-known for his confrontational work in the late 1990s and early 2000s, but despite this, he became a symbol of the popular suffering of the American proletariat and was cited as an influence by a wide range of artists.
|Real Name||Marshall Bruce Mathers III|
MC Double M
|Date of Birth||17 October 1972|
|Age||51 years old (as of 2023)|
|Place of Birth||St. Joseph, Missouri, United States|
|Residence||Clinton Township, Michigan|
|Ethnicity||English, Scottish, German, German-Swiss, Polish, and Luxembourgish Descent|
|Debut||TV Series: Saturday Night Live (1999)|
Music Video: Infinite (1996)
Video Games: 50 Cent: Bulletproof (2005)
Film: Da Hip Hop Witch (2000)
|Years Active||1988 – Present|
Marshall Bruce Mathers III was born on October 17, 1972, in St. Joseph, Missouri. He spent his childhood in Missouri with his single mother before settling in Warren, Michigan. His parents, Marshall Sr. and Deborah “Debbie” Rae Nelson were in a band called Daddy Warbucks that toured across the mid-west, particularly at Ramada Inns, until they split.
Debbie and Marshall moved back and forth between Michigan and Missouri after their divorce, never remaining in one spot for more than a year and living largely with family members. Marshall was a loner as a youngster who was constantly tormented at school. They resided in a mostly black Detroit area during his adolescence.
Eminem had dreamed of being a comic book artist, but that changed once he heard his first rap song, Reckless – Featuring Ice-T, off the soundtrack to the movie “Breakin'”. Ronnie, his half-brother, gave him the record as a present.
Around the age of 14, he took on the rap identity “M&M.” (based on his initials). He dropped out of high school when he was 17 years old. He did various jobs while creating songs and competing in freestyle rap contests around town.
He was born on October 17, 1972, and will be 51 years old in 2023. He grew raised in St. Joseph, Missouri, in the United States of America. Eminem now resides in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States of America. He is of American nationality and follows the Christian faith. He studied at Lincoln High School in St. Joseph, Missouri, United States.
|School/College||Lincoln High School in St. Joseph, Missouri, United States|
Eminem has become somewhat of a recluse superstar in recent years. He has publicly struggled with drugs and is now clean. Much of his personal life was constantly exhibited in courtrooms throughout the late 1990s and early 2000s.
He has battled both his mother and his ex-wife Kim. Kim and Eminem have a daughter named Hailie. Eminem also has custody of Whitney, Kim’s daughter from a previous relationship, and his niece Alaina.
Marshall Bruce Mathers II and Debbie Mathers Briggs are Eminem’s parents. Marshall Bruce Mathers II is Eminem’s father’s name. Debbie Mathers Briggs is Eminem’s mother’s name.
He is of Luxembourgish, Polish, German, Swiss, English, and Scottish descent. He was reared in a Christian family. His mother’s 73-hour pregnancy with him nearly killed her. After they split up, Eminem’s parents played as members of the ensemble Daddy Warbucks in Ramada Inns across the Dakota-Montana border. Eminem’s father, Bruce Jr., relocated to California after having two more children, Michael and Sarah.
In the future, Nathan “Nate” was the kid of his mother, Debbie. Throughout his childhood, Eminem’s mother and he moved back and forth between Detroit and Missouri, seldom staying in one spot for more than a year or two and generally staying with family. They lived all around Missouri, most notably in Savannah and Kansas City.
His maternal grandparents are Betty Hixson (maternal grandmother) and Robert Ray Nelson (paternal grandfather). Rae Waverly Drowns (paternal grandmother) and Marshall Bruce Mathers are his paternal grandparents (paternal grandpa).
|Father Name||Marshall Bruce Mathers II|
|Mother Name||Debbie Mathers Briggs|
|Maternal grandparents||Betty Hixson|
Robert Ray Nelson
|Paternal grandparents||Rae Waverly Drowns|
Marshall Bruce Mathers
Daughter-Hailie Jade, Stevie Laine Mathers & Alaina Marie Mathers
|Marriage Date||Not Known|
Height, Weight & Body Measurements
|Height||in centimeters: 173 cm|
in meters: 1.73 m
in feet inches: 5’ 8”
|Weight||in kilograms: 68 kg|
in pounds: 150 lbs
|Body Stats||Chest-38 inches|
Eminem Social Media Accounts
|Twitch||Not On Twitch|
Marshall finally acquired fame and appreciation within the Detroit hip-hop community. He became a member of Bassmint Productions, which was eventually renamed Soul Intent. He made songs for Mashin’ Duck Records and FBT Productions while working as a chef and dishwasher for minimum money. In 1996, Eminem released his debut album “Infinite” through the record label Web Entertainment.
He acquired the rougher, more aggressive character “Slim Shady” during this period. He rapped about drugs, sex, violence, rape, and murder under the alias Slim Shady. In the spring of 1997, he recorded “the Slim Shady EP,” which was released by Web Entertainment the following winter.
Eminem was included in The Source magazine’s unsigned hype piece in March 1998. He got evicted from his house not long after and chose to fly to Los Angeles to partake in the Rap Olympics.
He came in second, but more crucially, an Interscope Records employee liked what he heard and recommended The Slim Shady EP to business Founder Jimmy Iovine.
Dr. Dre, who had recently formed his own company Aftermath Records, and was seeking for new talent to sign, had Jimmy Iovine play the record for him.
After being discovered, Eminem soon signed a deal with Aftermath Entertainment to re-record and polish The Slim Shady EP, with Dre serving as Executive Producer.
The record was a financial and critical success right away. It finally went 4X Platinum in the United States alone, earning Eminem a Grammy for the best rap album.
His subsequent albums were absolute beasts. He released The Marshall Mathers Album in May 2000. It was the fastest-selling hip-hop album in history, selling over 21 million copies. His following album, 2002’s The Eminem Show, sold over 27 million copies.
Eminem established his own imprint, Shady Records, under Aftermath Records in 1999. D12, a group of Detroit rappers known to Eminem, was the first artist to sign with the label.
During filming “8 Mile” in 2002, Eminem was introduced to an underground New York rapper named 50 Cent. Eminem had heard a few of 50’s mixtapes and was keen to add him to the company. 50 Cent quickly became Shady Records’ first solo artist. The soundtrack to 8 Mile was released by Shady Records the same year, and it went on to sell over 11 million copies worldwide.
|“Just Don’t Give a Fuck”|
|“My Name Is”|
(featuring Dr. Dre)
|“The Real Slim Shady”|
|“The Way I Am”|
|“Bitch Please II”|
(featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, and Xzibit)
(with J-Black and Masta Ace)
|“Cleanin’ Out My Closet”|
(featuring Dina Rae)
|“Sing for the Moment”|
|“One Day at a Time (Em’s Version)”|
(with 2Pac featuring Outlawz)
|“Just Lose It”|
(featuring Dr. Dre and 50 Cent)
|“Like Toy Soldiers”|
|“Ass Like That”|
|“When I’m Gone”|
(featuring Nate Dogg)
|“You Don’t Know”|
(with 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Cashis)
|“Jimmy Crack Corn”|
(with 50 Cent)
|“Crack a Bottle”|
(featuring Dr. Dre and 50 Cent)
|“We Made You”|
|“Old Time’s Sake”|
(featuring Dr. Dre)
|“Love the Way You Lie”|
(featuring Lil Wayne)
(featuring Nate Ruess)
|“Guts Over Fear”|
|“Detroit vs. Everybody”|
(with Royce da 5’9″, Big Sean, Danny Brown,
DeJ Loaf and Trick-Trick)
|“Kings Never Die”|
(featuring Gwen Stefani)
|“Walk on Water”|
(featuring Ed Sheeran)
(featuring Joyner Lucas)
(featuring Juice Wrld)
|“The Adventures of Moon Man & Slim Shady”|
(with Kid Cudi)
|“Those Kinda Nights”|
(featuring Ed Sheeran)
|“The King and I”|
(featuring CeeLo Green)
|“From the D 2 the LBC”|
(with Snoop Dogg)
Eminem Net Worth
Eminem is an American multi-platinum-selling rapper, producer, and actor. Eminem’s net worth is $250 million as of this writing. He is routinely one of the world’s highest-paid performers. Eminem earns around $20 million per year. The figure may easily surpass $30-50 million in years when he is actively traveling in promotion of an album.
As you can see, the above table excludes Eminem’s peak record-selling years, 2000 to 2003, because data was not available at the time. At that time, he sold over 50 million records and performed 88 solo performances as part of the Anger Management Tour.
|Net Worth (as of 2023)||$250 Million|
|Salary Per Year (as of 2023)||$5-6 Million|
|Endorsements||Brisk Iced Tea|
Dr. Dre Beats Pill
|Manager/Agent||Paul D. Rosenberg|
|Car Collection||2003 Ferrari 575M Maranello-$217,890 |
2004 Porsche Carrera GT-$410,000
2005 Ford GT-$151,245
2006 Aston Martin V8 Vantage-$110,000
2008 Ferrari 430 Scuderia-$186,925
2011 Ferrari 599 GTO-$410,000
2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0-$185,000
2011 Audi R8 Spyder-$156,750
2012 McLaren MP4-12C-$229,000
2014 Lamborghini Aventador-$441,600
2019 Porsche 911 GT2 RS-$293,200
|House Location||In Clinton Township|
Eminem has won 15 Grammy Awards, eight American Music Awards, seventeen Billboard Awards, and an Academy Award as of this writing (for best song “Lose Yourself” – from the 8 Mile soundtrack).
Eminem Real Estate
He paid $1.483 million for an 8,900-square-foot house in Clinton Township, Michigan, in 2000. This has been his principal abode for many years.
He paid $4.8 million in 2003 for a 15,000-square-foot mansion in Oakland County, Michigan. It was the previous Kmart CEO’s residence. Visitors should be aware that Eminem has converted the property into a veritable fortress, replete with electric fencing and guard booths guarded by armed security 24 hours a day.
In addition, the entire area is gated and secured by extra security. Surprisingly, Eminem hardly resided at this home. He put it for sale in 2017 for $1.99 million, and it finally sold for $1.9 million.
Eminem took a break in 2005, owing to a prescription medication problem.
For concealing a weapon and exhibiting a firearm in public
Rap God is Eminem’s fastest song.
Deborah launched a lawsuit against her son, asking $10 million for slandering her reputation in his songs and interviews, as well as falsely accusing her of drug abuse.
Many consider Eminem’s best-selling track, “Lose Yourself,” to be his hallmark song.