A sequel, of sorts, to 2000’s ‘The Marshall Mathers LP’ that revisits and elaborates the rapper’s mythology
The real Slim Shady is standing once more, and his return to form is all the more convincing for its honesty
Shady’s back – but the tired retreads and schlock horror make it a joyless return
Goodbye mushroom trips, hello guilty trips
It’s here, Mr Mathers’ definitive collection, but is this curtain call really his grand finale?