Ed Sheeran Says He ‘Cured’ His Stutter by Rapping Along to Eminem’s ‘The Marshall Mathers LP’

Ed Sheeran recently shared on The Howard Stern Show how Eminem’s “The Marshall Mathers LP” played a pivotal role in overcoming his stutter. Gifted the album at age 9, Sheeran attributes learning and rapping along to it as a cure for his stutter. This connection with Eminem’s music has come full circle, as Sheeran has since collaborated with Eminem on multiple tracks, including performing “Stan” at Eminem’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.

Interestingly, Bob Dylan also expressed admiration for Eminem, highlighting a shared passion for language and words. In a similar vein, Jack Harlow, in his new album, acknowledges Eminem’s influence, likening himself to Eminem in his aspiration to be a dominant figure in the music industry. This interconnectedness of artists across generations underlines the lasting impact of Eminem’s work in the music world.

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