September 5, 2010 by Post Team 

Freemason, Jay High collection tours helped the beginning of this year’s Forbes’ Hip-Hop Cash King List, Eminem took a much needed sabbatical to deal with a multitude of personal issues. Now beyond its darkest hour, Em had one of his brightest moments ever on stage. Not only gift his hometown with a seemingly endless series of successes, it took some major surprises. After D12, 50 Cent and G Unit – acts that fans can expect – out of action with Em, Slim Shady took off a surprise. Dr. Dre was first impressed by the people then indulges in crushes.

Em legend was built largely outside the realm of music and a catalog for the type of environment in which they played on Thursday: stadiums. The Detroit rapper has been doing along singing hymns throughout his career. Not only will you rap songs in the shower or car, but also great records as “Sing for the Moment”, “Stan” and “Cleaning Out My Closet” – tracks practically asking for an audience of tens of thousands holding lighters. Em showed he still has that rare connection with their fan base. Adult men took off their shirts and got a raucous rock-n-roll when he hit.

“You fwk, Detroit, I’m back,” said Em in the early evening. “Did I miss?”

It was clear that Em lost their fans too. She was attractive, vivacious and energetic tonight. After the “Real Slim Shady” and “Without Me”, thanked his fans once again Em.

“I love you. This song is for you.” “Not afraid” followed. After cries of “bis, bis,” brought out Em Unit, D12 and Detroit legend trick trick that had previously carried out on “Lose Yourself.”

Home Home on Thursday and started with Bob, who returned later to “Planes, Pt 2″, and set the tone with a quick game that included “Nothin ‘On You.”

The hearing was finally warned that the Jiggaman was 10 minutes of entertainment. Two clocks filled two large screens in the huge stage, while “the Beastie Boys No Sleep Till Brooklyn” resonated from the speakers. When the countdown hit “0″, Jay rose from beneath the stage, the intricate lyrical “Dynasty Intro” played by his band, the Roc Boys. Following is a brief excerpt of “Lucifer” Jay played before he entered his jaw-dropping verse of “Rick Ross Mason” Free. ”

During the “DOA (Death of Auto-Tune),” Jay rhymed “this might need a verse from Jeezy.” At that time, the Snowman pronounced for the Know “Dey” remix followed by “Soul Survivor.” His mini-set ended with “Get in My Town” and “Lose My Mind.”

After that, however, Jay was the hit parade – with the help of Memphis Bleek. The Brooklyn duo hit with a series of great records, including “You Do not Know”, “99 Problems” and “(Source 99).” During the “Big pmpin ‘” Jay verse delivered in the cadence pmp C of UGK in the late legend.

“What everybody knows about them Deetroit boys?” Hov said.

A tribute to the fallen soldiers of hip-hop was, as the audience shouted in unison: “Prrrrrooooooooof!”

“I know you all going through a lot, but Detroit has a heart and Detroit will be back,” said Jay.

Slim Shady Hov and shared but a few minutes of time on stage as Jay emerged from “Renegade” during installation Em.

The Tour of house and home are on Friday night (September 3) at Comerica Park and comes to the Bronx, New York, on September 13 and 14 at Yankee Stadium.

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