Listen To Eminem’s ‘Music To Be Quarantined By’ Show Highlights
ICYMI, Eminem, hosted his own three-hour show this past weekend on his SiriusXM channel, Shade45, called “Music To Be Quarantined By,” which featured hip-hop songs he’s listening to while staying at home. The special included songs from 2 Pac, Beastie Boys, MC Lyte, Mobb Deep, Nas, Notorious B.I.G., Run DMC, Wu Tang and more. Hear Eminem discuss some of his favorite artists and songs below.
The special premiered on his exclusive SiriusXM channel this past weekend, as a part of the Love Your DJ Weekend Takeover, but will have encore broadcast tonight and throughout the week (see schedule below).
The Love Your DJ Weekend Takeover also featured mixes from Michigan DJs submitted to the Love Your DJ cause presented by The Marshall Mathers Foundation (for more info, read media alert here).
Eminem Says EPMD’s Blend of Funk & Rap Revolutionized Hip-Hop:
Eminem Calls Tupac the Greatest Songwriter of All Time & Explains Why:
Eminem on Special Ed Being One of His Favorite Rappers:
Eminem’s “Music To Be Quarantined By” Encore Schedule:
- May 6 at 9pm EST
- May 8 at midnight
- May 9 at 7am EST
- May 10 at midnight
To make sure as many people as possible can hear all of SiriusXM’s special audio experiences, SiriusXM is extending its unprecedented Stream Free offer through May 31. Stream Free gives free and easy access to SiriusXM’s full lineup of Premier Streaming content to any listener in North America on the SiriusXM app.
Anyone who is not already a SiriusXM subscriber can download the SiriusXM app or go to SiriusXM.com/streamfree, and start listening free of charge, with no credit card or commitment required. The SiriusXM app is available on mobile phones, tablets and computers, as well as on a wide variety of connected devices in the home including smart TVs, devices with Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant, Apple TV, PlayStation, Roku, Sonos speakers and more. The SiriusXM app also offers additional features such as SiriusXM video, Personalized Stations Powered by Pandora that listeners can curate themselves, and an On Demand library with more than 10,000 hours of archived shows, exclusive music performances, interviews and audio documentaries.