’Till I Collapse Lyrics

’Till I Collapse Lyrics

’Till I Collapse Lyrics

Cause sometimes you just feel tired, feel weakAnd when you feel weak, you feel like you wanna just give upBut you got to search within you, and try to find that inner strengthAnd just pull that shit out of youAnd get that motivation to not give up, and not be a quitterNo matter how bad you wanna just fall flat on your face and collapse
‘Till I collapse I’m spilling these raps long as you feel ’em‘Till the day that I drop you’ll never say that I’m not killing ’em‘Cause when I am not, then I’ma stop penning ’emAnd I am not Hip-Hop and I’m just not EminemSubliminal thoughts, when I’ma stop sending ’em?Women are caught in webs, spin ’em and hock venomAdrenalin shots, the penicillin could not get the illing to stopAmoxicillin’s just not real enough
The criminal cop-killing hip hop villainA minimal swap to cop millions of Pac listenersYou’re coming with me, feel it or not you’re gonna fear itLike I showed you the spirit of God lives in usYou hear it a lot, lyrics to shockIs it a miracle or am I just product of pop fizzing up?For shizzle my wizzle, this is the plot, listen upYou bizzles forgot, Slizzle does not give a fuck!
‘Till the roof comes off, ’till the lights go out‘Till my legs give out, can’t shut my mouth‘Till the smoke clears out, am I high? PerhapsI’ma rip this shit, ’till my bone collapse
‘Till the roof comes off, ’till the lights go out‘Till my legs give out, can’t shut my mouth‘Till the smoke clears out, am I high? PerhapsI’ma rip this shit, ’till my bone collapse
Music is like magic, there’s a certain feeling you getWhen you real and you spit and people are feeling your shitThis is your moment, and every single minute you spendTryna hold on to it ’cause you may never get it againSo while you’re in it, try to get as much shit as you canAnd when your run is over just admit when it’s at its endBecause I’m at the end of my wits with half the shit gets inI got a list, here’s the order of my list that it’s in
It goes Reggie, Jay-Z, 2Pac and BiggieAndre from OutKast, Jada, Kurupt, Nas and then meBut in this industry I’m the cause of a lot of envySo when I’m not put on this list, the shit does not offend meThat’s why you see me walking ’round like nothing’s bothering meEven though half you people got a fuckin’ problem with meYou hate it but you know respect you got to give meThe press’s wet dream like Bobby and Whitney, Nate, hit me
‘Till the roof comes off, ’till the lights go out‘Till my legs give out, can’t shut my mouth‘Till the smoke clears out, am I high? PerhapsI’ma rip this shit, ’till my bone collapse
‘Till the roof comes off, ’till the lights go out‘Till my legs give out, can’t shut my mouth‘Till the smoke clears out, am I high? PerhapsI’ma rip this shit, ’till my bone collapse
Soon as a verse starts, I eat at an MC’s heartWhat is he thinking? How not to go against me, smartAnd it’s absurd, how people hang on every wordI’ll probably never get the props I feel I ever deserveBut I’ll never be served, my spot is forever reservedIf I ever leave Earth, that would be the death of me first‘Cause in my heart of hearts I know nothing could ever be worseThat’s why I’m clever when I put together every verse
My thoughts are sporadic, I act like I’m an addictI rap like I’m addicted to smack like I’m Kim MathersBut I don’t want to go forth and back in constant battlesThe fact is I would rather sit back and bomb some rappersSo this is like a full blown attack I’m launching at ’emThe track is on some battling raps who want some static?‘Cause I don’t really think that the fact that I’m Slim mattersA plaque and platinum status is wack if I’m not the baddest, so
‘Till the roof comes off, ’till the lights go out‘Till my legs give out, can’t shut my mouth‘Till the smoke clears out, am I high? PerhapsI’ma rip this shit, ’till my bone collapse
‘Till the roof comes off, ’till the lights go out‘Till my legs give out, can’t shut my mouth‘Till the smoke clears out, am I high? PerhapsI’ma rip this shit, ’till my bone collapse
Until the roof (until the roof)The roof comes off (the roof comes off)Until my legs (until my legs)Give out from underneath meI, I will not fall, I will stand tallFeels like no one can beat me

Eminem

The rapper known as Marshall Bruce Mathers III burst onto the scene in 1999 with his debut album Infinite. He went on to release three more albums, including Recovery, where he tackled addiction, depression, self-worth and much more. In 2002, Eminem won Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards. He followed up with another win in 2004 for Best Rap Album for Encore. His fifth studio album Relapse came out in 2009 and it debuted at number one on Billboard 200 chart.

Early life

Eminem grew up in 8 Mile, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. He attended Cass Technical High School, where he excelled academically, but struggled socially. At age 13, he began writing poetry, inspired by his older sister, Kimberly. In high school, he became friends with fellow rapper Proof, whom he met while working at a pizza parlor. Proof introduced him to Dr. Dre, whose music had a profound effect on him. His mother died when he was 14. After graduating from high school, he worked at several fast food restaurants and sold drugs to support himself.

In 1997, Eminem moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music. While living there, he performed under the name Slim Shady, releasing three mixtapes. In 1999, he signed with Tommy Boy Records and recorded his debut album Infinite. Despite receiving critical acclaim, sales were disappointing.

After being dropped from the label, he formed Shady Records and released his second studio album, The Slim Shady LP, in 2000. The album received rave reviews and debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart.

He followed it with 2001’s The Marshall Mathers LP, which contained some of his most popular songs, including “My Name Is,” “Stan,” and “Without Me.” The album won five Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year. Eminem’s third and fourth albums, 2002’s Encore and 2003’s The Eminem Show, both topped the charts.

His fifth and sixth releases were 2004’s Relapse and 2005’s The Eminem Show Deluxe Edition. Both albums were certified platinum.

In 2006, Eminem collaborated with rock band Linkin Park on their single “Crawling”, which reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Later that year, he released his seventh studio album, Encore World Tour, which included the singles “Just Lose It” and “White America”.

2007 saw the release of his eighth studio album, The Eminem Show, which went gold. The following year, he released Recovery, the sequel to The Eminem Show.

Career

Eminem began rapping while attending high school in Detroit, Michigan. He attended Cass Technical High School where he met producer Dr. Dre. After graduating, Eminem worked for several different record labels including Ruthless Records, Loud Records, and Priority Records. His first release was the single “My Name Is”, which failed to chart. However, it received heavy rotation on local radio stations, leading to a bidding war among major record companies. Eventually, Shady Records, founded by Dre and Jimmy Iovine, won out over the others. They offered him $25,000 per track, while other labels offered less than half that amount. At that time, Eminem had little experience recording music professionally. He quickly learned how to produce and write songs, however, and became one of the most successful producers in hip hop history.

In 1993, Dre produced Eminem’s second single, “Stan”. This song was a success, selling over 500,000 copies within three months. A few days later, Dre brought Eminem to the attention of Interscope Records. Interscope agreed to sign Eminem to a deal worth $800,000. Shortly thereafter, Dre left Ruthless Records and Interscope Records to form Death Row Records with Suge Knight. In 1994, Death Row

1997–1999: Introduction of Slim Shady,The Slim Shady LP and rise to success1999–2003:

Eminem had been working since high school as a DJ and MC. His first break came in 1996,He was fired from his job as a stock clerk at Kmart and evicted from his apartment. He moved into the basement of his mother’s house in Detroit.

In May 1997, he competed in the Rap Olympics, an annual national battle rap tournament sponsored by Interscope Records. He won the event, placing second overall behind

Iovine heard the tapes and signed Eminem to a contract.

The album was released in November 1998, and it became one of the best selling albums of 1999. The single “My Name Is,” which features

After the release of The Slim Shady LP, Eminem began performing under the name Eminem. He performed live for the first time during a concert at the House of Blues in Chicago in December 1998.

The Marshall Mathers LP and The Eminem Show

Eminem released The Marshall Mathers Lp in December 2000. The album debuted at number one on Billboard 200 chart. It went on to sell over 10 million copies worldwide and received widespread critical acclaim.

The album features guest appearances by rappers Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Obie Trice, Xzibit, Nate Dogg, Ice Cube, Mary J. Blige and Joe Budden.

In addition to the singles “Stan” and “My Name Is”, the album contains songs such as “Cleanin’ Out My Closet”, “Just Don’t Give Up” and “Without Me”.

After the success of The Marshall Mathers lp, Eminem signed a deal with Interscope Records. He recorded The Eminem Show during 2003. The album includes collaborations with artists like Akon, Busta Rhymes, Timbaland and Pharrell Williams.

The album was certified platinum twice in the United States, selling over 1.6 million units.

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