At the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2022, Steven Tyler and Ed Sheeran Performed Alongside Eminem
The 2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ceremony took place Last night, at the Microsoft Theater in Downtown Los Angeles, and Eminem became the latest rap artist to be inducted. The rapper gave a set of six songs to the audience after being introduced by his longtime mentor, friend, and producer Dr. Dre.
The “My Name Is” classic by the Detroit legend opened the performance, which was followed by the quick-rapping “Rap God.” Steven Tyler of Aerosmith then joined Marshall Mathers for “Sing For The Moment” before he was helped by Ed Sheeran for “Stan.” Along with his verse from Drake’s “Forever,” Eminem also performed “Not Affairs,” one of his inspirational Recovery singles.
Here is the fraction of Eminem’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction speech:
“This shit is crazy… I realize what an honor it is right now for me to be up here tonight, and what a privilege it is to do the music that I love, and the music that basically saved my life.
“Where’d the man, where did Dre go? The man who saved my life, ladies and gentlemen, Dr. motherf-ucking Dre. So I’m going to try to make this as quick and painless as possible. I’m fucking stuttering and shit, I mean Jesus Christ.
“So I’m probably not supposed to actually be here tonight because of a couple of reasons. One of them that I’m a rapper, and this is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. And there’s only a few of us right now that have been inducted in already, but there’s only a few of us.
What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comment section.