Corey Levitan of the New York Post spoke with Uncle Kracker, who talked about growing up in Detroit with fellow musicians Kid Rock and Eminem. “Marshall was always awesome,” Kracker said. “Even back then, that kid was rapping tongue-twisters and sh**, you know? He and his friends would come in their pickup trucks, take me to their basement, and we’d do freestyle rap sessions and record them.”
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