Best Songs From Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP 2FailedStunt78 In my opinion, Album of the year. This is going to win so many Grammy's next year, and if it doesn't, I'm not gonna watch another awards show ever. This is Em's best album in the past 10 years. Every single song on hear is amazing... even Stronger than I was. From the chilling verse on Bad Guy, the jaw dropping disses on Evil Twin, to the GOAT closing track, "Wicked Ways", with a modern feel, and hilarious skit. I couldn't ask for anything more. I am amazed to see the popularity of this list, and glad everyone is voting! and if you disagree, remix your own version of this list! and even if this is eminem's last album, it was a great way to end the story. This album IS Eminem's legacy.
The Top Ten
Best song from the album. Lyrics, speed, flow, beat, everything.
This is so sick! It's all bars and disses for 6 minutes. What more can you ask for. This song is the best song Em has made in the past 10 years - FailedStunt78
I really need to argue for this one?
Best for this album and best bass compared to all albums - FearTheWeird300V 36 CommentsUListen to Sample
Rap Gods good but this song is his finest work on the album. He makes an exceptional sequel to the artistry of Stan. But this song gets GOAT in verse 4. He pours his heart and soul into this verse. It's the final sign off for his career. He lets us into his head and lets us see what he feels. It's a masterpiece. One of his greatest songs period.
Best song on the album. An exceptional conceptual song, a clever sequel to Stan without being corny. The last verse could possibly be Eminem's best verse ever, it is so full of raw emotion. Gives me goosebumps every time. One of the best rap songs put out in years.
At first, I was worried knowing that not only the album would sequel Em's greatest. Then, I was worried about this song being an attempt to follow his greatest. Such expectations and critical acclaim revolving around this song and the album... Imagine the pressure. He killed it, closing his career with the sequel to what may very well be the greatest rap of all time.
I don't quite understand how this song could be below Rap God. I agree Rap God is an amazing song, but nothing on this album can really compete with this song. I'll admit, it starts a little shaky. The first three verses are what I would consider good, not amazing. The last two are what are truly special, he manages to make it really intense, and they are what I would consider two of the best rap verses ever written. Considering it is a sequel to Stan, it definitely live up to its predecessor, and may or may not be better. - Totalbeasto001V 58 CommentsUListen to Sample
Best song Eminem has made since the Eminem Show
By far my favorite song on this album. Rap god and bezerk are overrated and are probably on the top because most of you have never actually listened to the album. This song is by far the best. He grows a little with every verse. He starts as a bullied little kid and ends as a superstar with his middle finger to everybody that doubted him. Great song man.
Amazing song. Not as popular as some of the other songs, but definitely one of the best on the album. It is close with Bad Guy and Rap God, but I prefer this one. It is very relatable and gives me chills when I listen to it.
Just great, nothing left to say!V 25 CommentsUListen to Sample
Makes me cry, this song is pretty difficult to listen to
The sweetest, saddest, most emotional song he has ever made. I really cried when I heard this. It let's you even deeper in to his life and shows how much he has matured and grown as a person and an artist. This in my opion is his 3rd bets song of all time. Its so beautiful! Nate ruess is amazing and has vocals that remind me of Freddy mercury. And really does a beautiful job here. 10 out of 10!
Mature, sad, emotional..finally he apologize to his mom despite what she had done to him..i hope his mom forgives him for "Cleaning out my closet". Nate Rues was perfect for the chorous
The most sweetest, melodious, lyrical, conceptional, intelligent song is Headlights. Greatest song ever. Eminem forever. I love you Marshall Mathers. The best album of Eminem this is Marshall Mathers lp 2. The greatest. Eminem pours his soul and heart over his verses and Nathan's vocals are just awesome. I am speechless. Love you Eminem.V 17 CommentsUListen to Sample
When I first heard this song, I was like, "all others rappers are screwed, because SHADY'S BACK BABY! This songs is totally dope and is totally an old school party song! If your a fan of the Beastie Boys, This song is for you. - FailedStunt78
Similar to beastie boys. Not to cliche. Works we'll for Eminem. Could listen to it all day. Better than rap god
The hook was great
Completely different from his other leads. It's not slickly comedic like his pre-Recovery ones, but it isn't an anthem like Not Afraid. It is a we-are-gonna-party-all-night lead single. It has the same amount of energy as a lifetime supply of batteries. - WonkeyDude98V 12 CommentsUListen to Sample
When I first heard the song in august watching the Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer trailer, I freaked out and downloaded the song right away. With an awesome guitar riff and bashing drums, this song was a great comeback. - FailedStunt78
Very good and motivating. Good bars and beat too
Gets me pumped up every time. Eminem keeps on proving why he's the best there is.
One of my favorite songs of his, if not my number one. - CarsonFacePalmerV 10 CommentsUListen to Sample
This is a good song! He is talking about Eminem compared to Slim Shady.
This is one of his best songs of all time. It blows my mind how underappreciated it is. Lyrically, this song is insanely complex. The "Top 4" line is easily one of the best rap lyrics in history and word plays such as "Borderline genius who's bored of his lines" and "You ain't gotta remote chance to control me," will send chills down other artists' back within the industry.
This song should be much higher! He expresses that he's still shady inside and the metaphors and rhymes are sick!
Oh my gosh this song is amazing this brings me back to 2000 and proves this is a sequel to the first MMLP - FailedStunt78V 42 CommentsUListen to Sample
This is much better than love the way you lie and the monster video is insanly good, its one of the best videos I've ever watched
"The Monster" should be the number one or the best track on this album. "Berzerk" at number two, "Rap God" at number three, "Survival" at number four and "Headlights" at number five. Bad Guy and Legacy should be underrated and having a low rank on this list for being a low-charted songs!
Not a good as Love the Way you Lie but still good enough
The music video is amazingV 16 CommentsUListen to Sample
This is a very fun song. Both Em and Kendrick kill it in my opinion.
At first, I didn't like it. I now love it because it is funny, and the verses are amazing. Kendrick kills it
I love this song. Lots of clever lines from Eminem and Kendrick Lamar. They both do great in their verses and I really hope they collaborate again.
Yup. Kendrick is amazing hereV 5 CommentsUListen to Sample
I really love Berzerk but this is the best song lyrically. The beat is great, he has amazing flow, good hook, I love the piano. Just an amazing song, Eminem has done it again. Surprised this song isn't higher. - dragonfly99
By far the most underrated Eminem song since No Apologies
This song is way to underrated, I would consider this the third best song on the album below Bad Guy and Rap God. Truly and amazing and underrated song. - Totalbeasto001
"Still my skuls a vacant empty void, been using it more as a bin for storage, take some inventory and as a gorge a ford engine door hinge syringe an orange an extension cord and a ninja sword"
Just an example of how amzaingly lyrical this guy this
Should be a lot higher he has great word play while talking about his dad who walked out on him
Honesty have to be a Stan to like or understand this song or the album
Rhyme or reason should definitely be above 10
My Favorite Song of this album! Is so cool the way he used that Zombie sample on it, and finally is HE singing a good hook. It's dope lyrically, spitting fire rhymes and so funny! Should be TOP 3!
This and rap god easily the most lyrically supreme songs on the albumV 3 CommentsUListen to Sample
This song is like a sequel to kill you. This is a slim shady song - FailedStunt78
This song is sick should be top five
Top ten 1. Rap god 2. Bad guy 3. Rhyme or reason 4. Legacy 5. So much better 6. Love game 7. Evil twin 8. Stronger than I was 9. Headlights 10. Brainless
The Good Old Violent Angry Prejudice Eminem
Fantastic chorus. I also found this to be really funny. Great song.V 7 CommentsUListen to Sample
A great meaningful song with an excellent chorus and awesome raps. Probably the third Best song on the album after the monster, survival and rap god
This song is really underrated, it deserve to be at least top 10
This Album is just unimaginable. I can't believe that an album like This could. But one thing I can say for sure that nobody but Marshall Mathers can only do this. Every song on the album is a masterpiece. The first MMLP was a classic But this something That is more than everything. Eminem forever. Love you Eminem. When I heard this Album I was just like I was not knowing that an I in heaven or at Earth. The Best.
1 week ago I downloaded this one.. And now I'm in love with this song.. I relate it so much... Everyone please listen to it and I know you will not regret... Just for one... Please listenV 7 CommentsUListen to Sample
This is his most underrated song.. Its epic!
The worst song on this album outside of the skits, Eminems rapping verses aren't bad but known of his raps were bad on this album, but the rock part of the song is the most grating and annoying thing ever - germshep24
In the beginning I hated this song but now this is my favorite! - Pixels0o1
Should be first... Best song in the album. Em tells about simple life he's living awesome. Akon's Smack that song's part was awesome in this song... Starting awesome... Simply the bestV 11 CommentsUListen to Sample
Amazing song! You have to hear it!
Chorus raps and skit at the end is hilarious
Simple beat that shady raps over perfectly
Underrated That's what I could say About itV 7 CommentsUListen to Sample
The beat and the lyrics, everything is just so creative about this song. It's probably my favorite of the album, up there with "Bad Guy" and "So Far...".
To good of a song to be this low
This should be in the top 5 - Leofeldman91
Seriously? Why is this so low? Great beat with some funny lyrics. What's not to like?V 15 CommentsUListen to Sample
At least switch it to 5th place:(
Come on guys it's the best break up song
This is the most underrated song on this album
Great song, made me cryV 12 CommentsUListen to Sample
The lyrics on this song are insane. Most underrated Eminem song. It's only on the deluxe version so not many people have heard it but it's incredible - LilBigRed
Pure Greatness. Should of been on the regular, not deluxe
This is my most favorite song on this album! Great flow, lines, beats, and meaning.
Should be replaced with Stronger Than I Was on the main album. - BrainfckV 2 CommentsUListen to Sample
Its from the bonus track and is one of the most catching songs in the album, kinda similar to brainlessUListen to Sample
Jamie cool did quite a nice job matching EminemUListen to Sample
Can't believe this didn't make the album /:
The way he raps is insnae. I tried so many times to memorize his but I can't because his tone is so unique, I love this song and groundhogs day
I know it isn't a song but it still brings back some good old Slim Shady memories.
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