1. There is no Kim
The first couple of Eminem albums had explicit allusions to Kimberly Scott, the girlfriend turned wife turned mother and scorned female figure. Em killed her on The Slim Shady LP’s "97 Bonnie and Clyde", but things took a turn for the worst on Marshall Mathers LP. Towards the end of the album, the menacing, horrifying "Kim" puts the listener in the heat of an argument between Eminem and Haley's mom. Blood-curdling screams and murder follow, while Em sobs like a homicidal killer. Needless to say it was one of the most controversial songs on the album, and to this day remains one of his most excruciating songs.
On his new album, there isn't anything that explicit. The misogyny is still there, but he isn't killing any specific women like he did on Relapse's "Same Song & Dance". Kim hasn't really been a focus since Encore, so it looks like Marshall might have finally moved on.