An Unheard Eminem Freestyle From 1997 Has Been Released

2 December 2014, 09:42

Hear Eminem absolutely nail an on-air cypher.

An Eminem freestyle recorded in 1997, previously unheard by the masses, has made its way on to the internet. 

The freestyle was recorded during on on-air cypher on Baruch College's radio station, in New York, on a show called 'Solo Vibes radio show.' It came approximately one year after the release of Eminem's  relatively unsuccessful debut album 'Infinite' and before his 'The Slim Shady LP,' when he rose to fame. 

The show's host, DJ sincere, recalled the time Eminem came in to the studio; "Needless to say Em killed it with a battle style that was so sharp, besides his flow and delivery, how he spit, what he spit, and how everyone in the room was so impressed."

"You could hear laughter, oooooo's and ahhhhhs after some of his punch lines" DJ Sincere told Hiphopdx. 

Hear both parts of Eminem's freestyles above. 

(Warning: These videos contains strong language that some people may find offensive.)

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