Lil Wayne vs Eminem

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Actor, Record Producer, Artist, Musician, Designer, Rapper, Singer
MusicianMusician
$155 Million
Net worth 2018
Musician
Industry
Other
United States
Country
United States
27/09/1982
BirthDay
17/10/1972
5 ft 5 Inches
Height
4 (Reginae, Dwayne III, Lauren, Neal)
Children
1
Drop Out, University of Houston
Education
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2017

Lil Wayne cancelled a Las Vegas show on September 3, 2017, having had a seizure in a Chicago hospital earlier that day, where he was brought after being found unconscious in a hotel room

2016

"He had two seizures in June 2016, during a cross-country flight from Wisconsin to California, and landed in Omaha, Nebraska

2015

They split at the end of 2015 after collaborating on various singles, videos, and concert dates

2014

The two eventually reconciled, and Juvenile re-signed with Cash Money Records in 2014

2013

On March 14, 2013, TMZ reported that Lil Wayne had been treated at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on the evening of March 12, after suffering seizures while on a music video set with Young Money rapper Nicki Minaj

2012

In 2012 after much speculation that Pusha T was subliminally dissing Canadian rapper and Wayne's Young Money signee Drake in several songs, the speculation heightened after the release of Pusha T's "Exodus 23:1" song

2011

On August 24, 2011, a song called "It's Good" by Lil Wayne (featuring Drake and Jadakiss) was leaked online and included Lil Wayne responding "Talkin' 'bout baby money? I gotcha baby money

2010

As part of the plea deal he was able to serve 36 months of probation, which he was sentenced to on June 30, 2010

2009

In a 2009 interview with Tropical TV, Birdman disputed the MTV poll that voted Jay Z "The Hottest MC in the Game", stating that Lil Wayne was a better rapper and made more money

2008

On July 24, 2008, Abkco Music Inc filed a lawsuit against Lil Wayne for copyright infringement and unfair competition, specifically referring to Tha Carter III's track "Playing with Fire"

2007

Following a performance at Qwest Arena in Boise, Idaho, Lil Wayne was arrested October 5, 2007 on felony fugitive charges after Georgia authorities accused the rapper of possessing a controlled substance

2006

The rappers asked him to record some "Italian-styled spoken word recordings" in 2006

2005

After earning his GED, Wayne enrolled at the University of Houston in January 2005

2004

Lil Wayne did not respond directly to the song, instead paying tribute to the Hot Boys with a song called "I Miss My Dawgs" on 2004’s Tha Carter

2002

Tension between Wayne and American rapper, Pusha T, had been going on for years, beginning soon after Clipse and Birdman worked on "What Happened to That Boy", the latter's 2002 single

2000

His 2000 follow-up album Lights Out failed to attain the level of success achieved by his debut but was certified gold by RIAA

1999

The album earned Carter a 1999 Source magazine nomination for "Best New Artist", and also became a Top Ten hit

1996

In 1996, Carter joined the Hot Boys along with rappers Juvenile, B

1991

In the summer of 1991, he met Bryan Williams, rapper and owner of Cash Money Records

1990

Wayne attended McMain in the early 1990s for two years

1982

was born on September 27, 1982, and grew up in the Hollygrove neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana

2018

On January 5, 2018, the second single "River" was released, which featured Ed Sheeran

2017

In September 2017, a company called Royalty Flow (a subsidiary of Royalty Exchange), filed to issue an IPO under SEC Regulation A+ to raise money with the intent of purchasing either 15% or 25% of Eminem’s former production team’s (The Bass Brothers, aka FBT Productions) share of his sound recording royalties

2016

On November 22, 2016, Eminem released a trailer for a 10-minute short documentary called Partners in Rhyme: The True Story of Infinite

2015

In January 2015, TMZ reported that Hotstylz was suing the rapper and his label, Shady Records, for the amount of $8 million, for using the 25 second sample of "Lookin' Boy" on his song "Rap God", without their permission

2014

The rapper had a cameo appearance as himself in the 2014 film, The Interview

2013

Although Eminem was offered the lead role in the 2013 science-fiction film Elysium, he turned it down because director Neill Blomkamp would not change its location from Los Angeles to Detroit

2012

Eminem announced on May 24, 2012, that he was working on his next album, scheduled for release the following year

2011

In August 2011, Eminem was called the King of Hip-Hop by Rolling Stone, which analyzed album sales, R&B, hip-hop and rap chart positions, YouTube views, social media, concert grosses, industry awards and critical ratings of solo rappers who released music from 2009 to the first half of 2011

2010

In 2010, Eminem's music generated 94 million streams (more than any other musical artist), and in May 2014 Spotify called him the most-streamed artist of all time

2009

Eminem had a cameo appearance, arguing with Ray Romano, in the 2009 film Funny People

2008

Eminem's autobiography, The Way I Am, was published October 21, 2008

2007

"In December 2007, Eminem was hospitalized after a methadone overdose he had first bought from a dealer who had told him it was "just like Vicodin, and easier on [your] liver"

2006

On December 5, 2006, the compilation album Eminem Presents: The Re-Up was released on Shady Records

2005

In 2005 Eminem signed another Atlanta rapper, Bobby Creekwater, and West Coast rapper Cashis to Shady Records

2004

They reunited in 2004 for their second album, D12 World, which included the hit singles "My Band" and "How Come"

2003

He recorded several new songs for the soundtrack, including "Lose Yourself" (which won an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 2003 and became the longest-running #1 hip hop single in history)

2002

Eminem signed his Detroit collective, D12, and rapper Obie Trice to the label and signed 50 Cent in a 2002 joint venture with Dr

2001

After small roles in the 2001, film The Wash and as an extra in the 1998 Korn music video for Got the Life (during which he gave the band a demo tape), Eminem made his Hollywood debut in the quasi-autobiographical 2002 film 8 Mile

2000

The Eminem Show, The Marshall Mathers LP, and Encore were ranked the third-, seventh- and fortieth-bestselling albums of the 2000–2009 decade, respectively, by the magazine

1999

After Eminem's Multi-Platinum record sales, Interscope offered him his own label; the rapper and Paul Rosenberg founded Shady Records in late 1999

1998

Hip-hop magazine The Source featured Eminem in its "Unsigned Hype" column in March 1998

1997

After he was evicted from his home, Eminem went to Los Angeles to compete in the 1997 Rap Olympics, an annual, nationwide battle rap competition

1996

The album was a commercial failure upon its release in 1996

1995

Their daughter Hailie was born on December 25, 1995

1991

When Polkinghorn committed suicide in 1991, Eminem stopped speaking for days and did not attend his funeral

1989

Kim and her twin sister Dawn had run away from home; they moved in with Eminem and his mother when he was 15, and he began an on-and-off relationship with Kim in 1989

1987

In 1987, Debbie allowed runaway Kimberly Ann "Kim" Scott to stay at their home; several years later, Eminem began an on-and-off relationship with Scott

1983

He was 83rd on Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time and 79th on the VH1 100 Greatest Artists of All Time lists

1982

One bully, De'Angelo Bailey, severely injured Eminem's head (mentioned in his song "Brain Damage"); Debbie filed a lawsuit against the school in 1982, which was dismissed the following year

1972

Marshall Bruce Mathers III was born on October 17, 1972, in St

1957

At the 57th Grammy Awards, he received Best Rap Album award for The Marshall Mathers LP 2 and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration (with Rihanna) for "The Monster"

1929

The song has since been ranked 296th on Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time" list

1921

Rolling Stone ranked it the seventh-best album of the first decade of the 21st century