ENTERTAINMENT: Eminem celebrates a dozen year of sobriety on social media.

by Duke Magazine
Eminem’s “Recovery” became best selling album of the last decade in the male category.

Marshall Bruce Mathers III, popularly known as Eminem, just paved through a headway, and this absolutely has got nothing to do with music recording or production.

The legendary rapper has lived twelve years devoid of drugs and alcohol, a very special moment he shared on social media.

“Clean dozen, in the books! I’m not afraid,” he captioned a photo of his sobriety coin, which is stamped with the number 12 and framed by AA’s three legacies which are “recovery,” “unity” and “service.”

The Detroit born rapper put an end to his years of addiction to the prescribed pills Vicodin (a pain relieving drug), Valium, and Ambien on April 20, 2008.

A year later, after a five-year hiatus at the peak of his career, a period which included a 2007 methadone overdose event, Eminem released the album ‘Relapse’, which was his first recording after getting clean.

In 2010, Eminem took another jump forward with the companion album ‘Recovery’.

He has been fresh and revitalized in recent years, dropping an album ‘Revival’ in December 2017, and another just eight months later, Kamikaze. His latest, ‘Music to Be Murdered By’, dropped bye January this year. The mind blowing release went on to become his 10th No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, making Eminem the 6th artiste to peak the match up double figure chart with the great Elvis Presley.

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