In the final installment of Eminem and Zane Lowe's Q&A, Marshall Mathers talks about his singing prowess ("I'm a f*cking singer"), connecting to a live crowd sober, being involved with music even when he decides to lay the mic to rest, and leaving his native Detroit. "I've always feel like we've been the underdog," Em says of D-Town. "I've kept that fighting spirit that Detroit has with me because Detroit is so resilient. We have this Detroit versus everybody mentality because I feel the way people look at us, they always count us out." Stream part four above.
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