Film tells the story of Eminem's 'Shady Records' label
Eminem, Dr Dre and 50 Cent all feature in a new feature-length documentary on the Shady Records label.
Not Afraid, which can be seen below and was created by Complex, tells the story of the label Eminem launched after the release of ‘The Slim Shady LP’ in 1999.
film starts with Eminem’s first meeting with manager Paul Rosenberg first meeting and charts his subsequent rise as well as the death of D12 MC Proof and Eminem’s well documented drug addiction.
2014 saw the release of ‘Shady XV’, an album marking the 15th anniversary of Eminem’s Shady Records imprint. The label is currently home to Eminem, D12, Slaughterhouse, Yelawolf and Bad Meets Evil. It was also the label 50 Cent signed to prior to his rise to fame.
Last year Gage Garmo, the teenage fan suffering from cancer whoe dying wish was to meet Eminem, died just one day after spending time with his hero.
Garmo, who suffered from Osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, reportedly died the day after meeting the rapper at his home in Detroit. Friends and family of the teenager campaigned for Eminem to visit after Garmo was given just weeks to live by doctors.