Eminem is one of the greatest rappers of all time - a relentless, no-holds-barred hit-maker who has proven time and time again to be one of the best lyricists to ever pick up a mic. He is ingrained in modern pop culture and helped shape a generation.
But it's not just his lyrical ability and charisma that makes him stand out. The numbers speak for themselves - he is one of the best selling music artists of all time, has won countless awards and has been producing hit and after hit since the mid-90s.
As of this writing, he's got eleven studio albums under his belt, including his debut, which came out in 1996. His most recent effort was released early this year, out of the blue, and proved without a doubt - as every one of his records has done - that Marshall Mathers is truly unstoppable when he gets in a booth and lets loose.
The following list will focus on his solo albums only, so his work with D12 and Royce will not be included, as awesome as they are. From the less critically well received to the albums that shaped an icon, here are all of Eminem's albums, ranked worst to best.
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