Eminem, is merely a modern day representation of the music industry’s hard-on to always provide an alternative caucasian….to the latest negro” invasion”…of whatever musical genre. Little Richard and Chuck Berry were definitively present before Elvis being labeled “The King.” White folks were petrified of their children succumbing to the soul of The Jackson Five, so the industry pulled another hoodwink with The Osmond Brothers. It was highway robbery to hear Donny Osmond being compared to Michael Jackson in terms of overall talent. Give me a fucking break. Comparing these two was/ is like comparing a wet, tight pussy….to a dried-out, loose-lipped twat. One is obviously tighter than the other. From the similar cartoons, to television specials, The Osmond Brothers were an obvious take on the success of the J5. Of course ,the Osmond’s had talent , and had been performing as children also, but why was the group presented to the public at the height of The Jackson Five’s popularity? M.C. Hammer blew up in the early 1990’s dancing around in parachute pants proclaiming “You Can’t Touch This” while the industry had the balls to introduce a punk bitch assed “rapper” by the name of Vanilla Ice. This no talent having prick, poorly imitated the moves and sounds of Hammer, while also wearing parachute pants. The difference was that his baggy -assed pants were colored like The American Flag. Hip-Hop was suddenly just as accepted in suburbia as it was in the alley’s of the inner-city. Boys2Men brought about The Backstreet Boys.Usher and Chris Brown brought about Justin Timberlake and Justin Bieber etc etc.. Whether or not Eminem recovers his “old” style, he will be doing nothing more than rediscovering something that was never originally his in the first place. It doesn’t mean Eminem isn’t talented, just ask Bone&Thugs&Harmony about his “old” style.