Eminem Is Selling Parts Of His Childhood Home To Celebrate The 16th Anniversary Of ‘The Marshall Mathers LP’
Eminem celebrates the 16th anniversary of The Marshall Mathers LP by releasing a selection of limited-edition collectibles. There are standard items like a t-shirt and cassette reissue, but also a couple of left-field options including parts of the rapper’s now-demolished childhood home. He’s selling 700 bricks, all of which come with a certificate of authenticity (signed by the hip-hop legend), and dog tags made with wood repurposed from the same building.
How much does it cost? Well, you can get one of everything for $350. (Order here). A portion of the proceeds will go to The Marshall Mathers Foundation, which funds organizations working with at-risk youth. Eminem’s sophomore album debuted at number one in 2000, selling a whopping 1.76 million copies in its first week. It has since gone on to sell 30 million+ worldwide and ranks as one of the most influential rap albums of all time.