One More Vintage Eminem Track ft. Proof

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

From left to right: Manix (producer), Chaos Kid & M&M

One more vintage Em track ft. Proof, circa 1990-91. This is basically Em and Proof bugging out for the sake of bugging out on what they called at the time a “Suckering Rhyme”. You can read an explanation of what exactly that means in the ‘About’ section of this Myspace page.

And here’s a description of this track:

‘Hammer vs. Vanilla’ is M&M and Proof rappin on this one which has been included not only because it is hilarious but is one of the best examples of the true nature of the ‘Suckerin Rhyme’. This was done probably circa 1990-91.

Eminem ft. Proof – Hammer vs. Vanilla (Bassmint Suckerin Rhyme)

So yeah, this shit is basically horrible, but that’s understandable. Be sure to check that Myspace page because there are about 4 more tracks featuring an adolescent Em with titles such as “Purple Pimp Saga Bellbottom Pants” and “Mad Cold Blunts In The House”.

Props J Roc on the heads up

Previously: 3 Unreleased Eminem Tracks

3 Unreleased Eminem Tracks

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009


Here are 3 extremely rare, and as far as I know, previously unreleased cuts from Marshall’s early 90’s partnership with Chaos Kid under the moniker Soul Intent. According to Chaos Kid’s Myspace, the two rappers, plus producer Manix, worked together from 1988 through 1992, so that would date these songs somewhere in that time period.

Eminem ft. Chaos Kid – Unrealistically Graphic

Eminem ft. Choas Kid – Poo Butt

Eminem ft. Chaos Kid – Artificial Flavour

Em has always listed Big Daddy Kane and 3rd Bass as two of his biggest musical influences, and it’s pretty ill to listen to this stuff now and hear it clear as day. He pretty much sounds like how he looks in that picture above. Obviously these tracks sound incredibly dated now, but all things considered, they really aren’t that bad at all.

Props to Matthew for shooting these over.