Heading into the Grammy Awards Feb. 13, one-time bad boy of rap Eminem has 10 nominations and the top-selling album of 2010, with 3.4 million copies sold. Now 38 years old, Eminem describes his tailspin with lyrics that sound like quotes from group therapy, turning his infamous verbal machine gun on himself: "I'm wallowin,' self-loathin' and hollow. Bottoms up on the pill bottle. Maybe I'll hit my bottom tomorrow," he raps. It may be the biggest album ever to deal explicitly with getting sober.
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