To celebrate the 16th anniversary of ‘The Marshall Mathers LP,’ Eminem has added a few items to his store. One of them, is a brick in a case. But it’s no ordinary brick, it’s one from his childhood home, famously featured on the covers of both the 2000 ‘MMLP’ and 2013 ‘MMLP2.’ The house was demolished in 2013, but there’s 700 certified and numbered bricks waiting for you to spend $300 on. You’ll also be able to get a cassette tape of the album.
Outtakes from 19946 Dresden up on Eminem.com… On November 20th, 2013 the State of Michigan ordered the demolition of the childhood home of Marshall B. Mathers due to structural safety issues. By reacting quickly, we were able to secure materials from the razed property… Stay tuned and hit the link in bio to get updates.