Hollywood, CA – Yelawolf has been a fan of Eminem since the ’90s. During a conversation with RealStreetRadio, the former Shady Records artists recalled the first time he heard Marshall Mathers’ music.

“The first time I heard Marshall was on a Rawkus mixtape,” he said. “This is back when 411 [Video Magazine] skate videos was where I was getting a lot of underground Hip Hop.”

He continued, “Somewhere through there, I heard Marshall. I was like, ‘Is that a white boy? That sounds like a white boy. It wasn’t just the accent and the style, it was the content… I just started digging through to try and find more.”

Yelawolf also revealed “Any Man” was the first song he heard by Eminem before spitting the lyrics perfectly.

“‘Cause any man who would jump in front of a minivan/For 20 grand, a bottle of pain pills and a Mini Thins/Is fucking crazy,” he rapped.

In addition to “Any Man,” Yelawolf noted he’s a big fan of Eminem’s Slim Shady LP track “Role Model.”

Check out the entire interview clip above.

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