Producer: Dr. Dre, Mel-Man
Album: The Marshall Mathers LP
Label: Aftermath/Interscope
This hit single from The Marshall Mathers LP was important in terms of building Eminem's fanbase. It featured maniacal chamber music on some chronic-smoking Wolfgang Amadeus shit combined with below-the-belt disses of Pam Anderson, Will Smith, and Christina Aguilera (to name a few). His VMAs performance with a legion of fake blond imposters standing behind him drove home the concept of Slim Shady as a character across the globe.