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10. "Forever" - Drake feat. Kanye West, Eminem and Lil Wayne
Hot 100 Peak Position: 8 (2009)
Originally only headed for the soundtrack to LeBron James' "More Than A Game," the Boi-1da produced posse cut made its way to the re-release of Eminem's "Relapse," "Relapse: Refill." "Forever," which Jay-Z told MTV was the best collaborative track of 2009, peaked at No. 2 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and No. 1 on Rap Songs.
9. "Just Lose It" - Eminem
Hot 100 Peak Position: 6 (2004)
"I get a little out of control with my rhymes," Shady says on the first single off "Encore." And he surely does on "Just Lose It." The rapper throws not-so subtle shots at Michael Jackson which angered the King of Pop. "I am very angry at Eminem's depiction of me in his video," Jackson said to Steve Harvey a week after the song's video was released. "I feel that it is outrageous and disrespectful. It is one thing to spoof, but it is another to be demeaning and insensitive."
8. "The Real Slim Shady" - Eminem
Hot 100 Peak Position: 4 (2000)
Despite doubt he could top "My Name Is" with another hit, Eminem exceeded expectations and brought home his first Hot 100 top five with "The Real Slim Shady." The Dr. Dre, Mel-Man produced track stirred controversy (surprise, surprise) as it poked fun at pop stars and their "sugar-coated" songs. Em, brought the song's lyrics to life, when he performed it at the 2000 MTV VMAs with an army of look-a-likes behind him.
7. "Cleanin' Out My Closet" - Eminem
Hot 100 Peak Position: 4 (2002)
Two years after the success of "The Real Slim Shady," Eminem found his way back to the Hot 100 top five by cleaning out the skeletons from his closet. On "The Eminem Show" single, the rapper reminisces on his troubled youth and the animosity he holds towards his mother.
6. "Not Afraid" - Eminem
Hot 100 Peak Position: 1 (2010)
In 2010, Eminen re-introduced himself as a sober, stronger man. The rapper displayed his strength and hope on the first single of his seventh studio album, "Recovery." With a powerful chorus, which is backed by a choir, Eminem's song was a chart triumph as well: "Not Afraid" marked Eminem's third Hot 100 No. 1.
5. "Without Me" - Eminem
Hot 100 Peak Position: 2 (2002)
A superman rap game, Eminem's "Without Me" -- which features a playful saxophone riff -- peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100.
4. "The Monster" - Eminem featuring Rihanna
Hot 100 Peak Position: No. 1 for four weeks (2013-14)
For their next act - and fourth collab together - Eminem and Rihanna take different paths: she comes to grips with her inner demons while he assesses the ups and downs of superstardom. As usual, the chemistry is instant from the two superstars who have too often had to address personal troubles in a very public sphere.
3. "Smack That" - Akon feat. Eminem
Hot 100 Peak Position: 2 (2006)
You can't deny Akon has an ear for a hit and among his club-friendly favorites is "Smack That." The "Konvicted" single, featuring Eminem, shot up from No. 95 to No. 7 on the Hot 100 chart in one week before peaking just shy of the top spot.
2. "Love The Way You Lie" - Eminem feat. Rihanna
Hot 100 Peak Position: 1 for seven weeks (2010)
Eminem and Rihanna touch on the heavy subject of domestic abuse with sincere emotion. The mid-tempo track takes a look into the minds of both the abuser and the victim. "Love the Way You Lie" held on to No. 1 on the Hot 100 for seven consecutive weeks and was Em's second No. 1 from Billboard 200 No. 1 Recovery.
1. "Lose Yourself" - Eminem
Hot 100 Peak Position: 1 for 12 weeks (2002)
What better way to crown the success of famed hip-hop film, "8 Mile," than with a Hot 100 No. 1? While on the set of "8 Mile," Em' crafted a cut that would empower many to face their fears and seize the moment. The soundtrack's single stayed steady at No. 1 for 12 consecutive weeks. And to top it off, "Lose Yourself" was the first rap song to ever win an Oscar for Best Original Song.