Yesterday, Eminem casually whipped out Lose Yourself at the Oscars. It was 17 years after the song originally received the award for Best Original Song and the first time that Eminem had actually performed the track at the awards. No one expected it, and the surprise paid off. In fact, Eminem is an alter-ego in itself, as he has also written songs from his own perspective of Marshall Mathers. These songs usual deal with more personal issues relating to his now ex-wife Kim, his daughter, Hailie, or his mother.
So it took about a year, back-and-forth, to complete. It just came together. But something about the mode of the music really touched us. We kept pulling it out of the computer every so often to revisit it, to see if it could spark anything in us. We loved the track. But then, I also had rock, distorted guitars at the choruses, they were taken out and replaced with keyboards. Originally, it was a little more rock-y than it turned out.
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The song was written by Eminem and produced by Eminem along with longtime collaborator Jeff Bass , one half of the production duo Bass Brothers , and Luis Resto. It was released on October 28, ,  as the lead single from the soundtrack. The song's lyrics explicitly sum up the background of Eminem's character in 8 Mile , B-Rabbit, with the first verse summing up much of the plot of the movie. The song incorporates several aggressive themes, largely dealing with the struggles dealt with by B-Rabbit, and how he eventually overcomes his many problems and obstacles to gain the respect of other rappers.
Check out our breakdown of the movies and shows we're excited about this month, including " Lovecraft Country. See our picks list. Title: Eminem: Lose Yourself Video The music video features Eminem performing the song in a psychiatric ward, a local Detroit neighborhood nearside a park, a fast-food joint, the Grammy Awards, and even in a factory where The clip begins with an instrumental version of the song Kim and part of the "Steve Berman" skit. Eminem is standing on the roof above the city. After that he walks down the street, constantly reflecting - first in the windows of cars, and after and at all getting into the labyrinth of The music video, released in , is a collage created with various clips, including shots from the Anger Management Tour. It also contains cameos by various fellow rappers, including Dr. The song was released on the collection 8 Mile OST in as the soundtrack to the film 8 Mile, in which the rapper starred.