Eminem reveals the big things about rap music: “It’s therapeutic”

Eminem reveals the big things about rap music: “It’s therapeutic”

Eminem shared his take on rapping about mental health and addiction in his final interview revealing that it’s been therapeutic for him.

In a conversation with Swing in the morning broadcast on Sirius XM Radio, the Venom the hitsman was asked how rapping about mental health and addiction changed him

The rapper, whose real name is Marshall Bruce Mathers III, praised the genre, saying, “I think that’s one of the great things about rap music…is you can devote a large part of his life to it.”

“I was just trying to figure out how to develop this and I got a little lost,” the 15-time Grammy winner added.

Eminem continued, “It’s therapeutic and it’s, you know, that’s how it’s always been for me.”

The 49-year-old musician has previously rapped about his mental health struggles in his tracks, including his album Recovery in which he wrote lyrics about his addiction to prescription pills.

“In 2007, I overdosed on pills and went to the hospital. I weighed almost 230 pounds. I don’t know how I got so fat, but I have ideas,” he said. -he declares. men’s diary in 2015 discussing his 2007 drug overdose.

He added: “The coating on the Vicodin and Valium I had been taking for years leaves a hole in my stomach, so to avoid stomach upset I ate constantly – and I ate badly.”