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Watch Eminem & Sway's V.R. Interview "Marshall From Detroit"

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For Eminem's latest interview in 2019, he teams up with Oculus for a virtual reality interview titled "Marshall From Detroit".

This interview, in fact, premiered originally at the Sundance Film Festival last month.

Now, we get to watch on our screens...

Em is celebrating the 20th anniversary of "The Slim Shady LP", his legendary, breakthrough debut project.

During the interview/ celebratory drive, Em and Sway chop it up about being from Detroit and the overall spirit of the city. Em also reveals why he still resides there, and how his passion for music is just as strong as it was two decades ago.

Caleb Slain, the director of the nineteen-minute film, shared a few words in a press release:

In Marshall From Detroit, we sought to explore the city impressionistically: Detroit as a memory, a feeling, a dream. With a front-row seat down memory lane alongside Marshall and Sway, this lyrical experience offers an unprecedented glimpse into its eponymous titans. We all have a home. And the extent to which it shaped us is one of life's great mysteries. But as any native would tell you, Detroit, Michigan is one hell of a place to call home.

Press play, and enjoy, below!

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