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Lose Yourself

"Lose Yourself"
Lose Yourself.jpg
Single by Eminem
from the album 8 Mile: Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture
ReleasedOctober 28, 2002
Format
RecordedSeptember 2001 – 2002;
(Detroit, Michigan)
Genre
Length5:20 (album version)
4:27 (radio edit)
Label
Eminem singles chronology
"Cleanin' Out My Closet"
(2002)
"Lose Yourself"
(2002)
"Rap Name"
(2002)

"Lose Yourself" is a song by American rapper Eminem from the soundtrack to the 2002 motion picture 8 Mile. The song was written by Eminem and produced by Eminem along with longtime collaborator Jeff Bass, one half of the production duo Bass Brothers, and Luis Resto. It was released on October 28, 2002 [3], as the lead single from the soundtrack.

"Lose Yourself" received acclaim from music critics, with many critics praising the song's inspiring, aggressive themes and describing it as Eminem's best work to date. Eminem's rapping ability, the lyrics and the production were also praised. In many retrospective reviews and lists, critics have cited the song among Eminem's finest, as well as one of the best hip-hop songs of all time. "Lose Yourself" was a commercial success, peaking atop of the charts in twenty countries, including the United Kingdom and Australia. In the United States, "Lose Yourself" reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the first of five Eminem singles to top the Hot 100.

"Lose Yourself" won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 2003, making it the first hip-hop song to receive this accolade,[4] and also won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Song and Best Rap Solo Performance in 2004. In 2004, it was one of only three hip hop songs from the 21st century to be included on Rolling Stones list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time", and was also the highest-ranked, at number 166. Rolling Stone also ranked it one of the top 50 hip hop songs of all time. The song was certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America,[5] and as of September 2017, it has over 10 million downloads in the United States alone.[6] It was ranked number 93 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs list. In October 2011, NME placed it at number 57 on its list "150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years".[7]

Background

Eminem says that "Lose Yourself" was written on set, during breaks while filming 8 Mile.[8]Taryn Manning, who played Eminem's ex-girlfriend Janeane in 8 Mile, said in an interview with MTV, that during the filming of the movie, in any downtime, Eminem was writing and that "you could just see him formulating stuff in his head."[9] According to studio engineer Steven King, who spoke to Rolling Stone magazine, Eminem recorded the song in a portable studio on the set while he was on a break from shooting, recording all three verses in one take. The sheet on which he wrote the song appears in 8 Mile in a scene where his character is writing while riding the bus.

The official demo version of this song, titled "Lose Yourself (Demo Version)" with two different verses and a slightly different hook, was released on the album Shady XV November 24, 2014.[4] A Drum & Bass remix has been made and was released on the mixtape Straight from the Lab as a European bonus track.

Composition

"Lose Yourself" is a mid-tempo track with an urgent narrative delivery. The song's lyrics explicitly sum up the background of Eminem's character in 8 Mile, B-Rabbit, with the first verse summing up much of the plot of the movie. The song incorporates several aggressive themes, largely dealing with the struggles dealt with by B-Rabbit, and how he eventually overcomes his many problems and obstacles to gain the respect of other rappers.

The song's production incorporates piano, violins, and several other string instruments. The song is one of four new Eminem solo songs on the soundtrack, the other three being "8 Mile", "Rabbit Run" and "Stimulate" (included on deluxe edition only). Several critics cited this trio of songs as the best three from the soundtrack, as well as the most aggressive songs Eminem ever recorded. Piano chords described as "instantly recognizable" open the song.[10] Throughout the song there is a "tense, unrelenting guitar lick".[11] The song is in the key of D minor.

Critical reception

"Lose Yourself" received critical acclaim, with many critics praising the song's aggressive themes and describing it as Eminem's best work to date. Eminem's rapping ability, the lyrics and the production were also praised as well. In many retrospective reviews and lists, critics have cited the song among Eminem's finest, as well as one of the best hip-hop songs of all time. AllMusic editor Stephen Thomas Erlewine praised the song's production: "The opening track and first single [from the 8 Mile soundtrack] "Lose Yourself" is easily equaled by the title song with its layered pianos" and he highlighted it.[12]

NME was extremely positive: "Eminem's urgent radio hit 'Lose Yourself', you already know. It's excellent, if obviously an offcut from 'The Eminem Show', all thundering rawk guitars and Rocky-ish bassline (appropriately enough)."[13] RapReviews also noted: "And as all great journeys begin with a single step, so too does Eminem with this album's opening song AND lead single entitled "Lose Yourself":[14] 411 Mania praised the song: "The album wastes no time, delivering the hit 'Lose Yourself' as the first track. The song is basically as close to a ballad as Eminem will ever get. It is a very hot, adrenaline-laced track. It also continues Eminem's recent trend of putting out tracks with more of a meaning."[15]

Chart performance

In the United States, "Lose Yourself" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart the week of October 5, 2002, at No. 43. A week later, the single jumped to No. 18, and hit No. 1 by November 9, it remained there for twelve consecutive weeks. The single spent 16 total weeks in the Top 10, and a total of 23 weeks in the Top 50. While in the No. 1 spot (from November 9, 2002 through January 25, 2003), "Lose Yourself" kept several top contenders for the No. 1 spot from ever reaching No. 1, including Jay-Z, Nelly, Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera, and especially Missy Elliott, whose single "Work It" was at No. 2 for 10 weeks. The song also topped the Pop Songs chart for 7 weeks and hit No. 4 and No. 2 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Rap Songs charts. The song also used some rock music origins allowing moderate success to alternative rock radio peaking No. 14 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, the rapper's only song to chart. It reached 4 million in sale by August 2011,[16] and as of September 2017, it has sold 7.37 million copies in the U.S.[6]

In France, it is the 53rd best-selling single of the 21st century, with 386,000 units sold as of August 2014.[17] By December 2016, it had sold more than 11,590,000 units worldwide.[]

As of March 2018, it has sold 10 million copies in the U.S and has now been certified diamond.[18]

Music video

The song's accompanying music video, directed by Eminem, manager Paul Rosenberg and Phillip G. Atwell,[19] was released on October 7, 2002. The video is a mixture of several scenarios, largely including several scenes from 8 Mile, however it also contains scenes addressing problems the real life Eminem has addressed, as well as "B-Rabbit"'s difficulties, including the ostracism by rap communities towards him due to his color, and his difficult personal life.

The music video for "Lose Yourself" was filmed in Detroit, Michigan,[20] and thus contains numerous shots of the city, including the Ambassador Bridge. The video is a mixture of multiple scenarios, including scenes from and reminiscent of the movie 8 Mile, and Eminem rapping next to the "8 Mile Rd. Mobile Court" sign that appears on the cover of the movie's soundtrack.

It contains scenes focusing on Rabbit's and the real life Eminem's character, for example, the difficulties he has to face while rapping, the insult and booing of crowds as he is a white rapper and the trouble he has to face due to his alcoholic mother and people he hangs out with.[20]

At the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards it received the award for Best Video from a Film in the final year this award was given out. It also received nominations for Video of the Year, Best Male Video, Best Rap Video, and Viewer's Choice. He won a MuchMusic Video Award in 2003 for Favorite International Artist with the video for "Lose Yourself".

The official video (uploaded by Eminem) has been viewed over 440m times on YouTube, making it one of Eminem's most popular videos on that site.[21]

Legacy

"Lose Yourself" is the most successful single of Eminem's mainstream career. Upon its release, the track was a worldwide chart success, peaking at number one on 24 national charts worldwide, these included the US Billboard Hot 100, making it Eminem's first number-one hit in the United States. It had a 12-week run at #1 in the United States and Australia, and topped the charts in many other countries including the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand and Denmark. It debuted at number nine in Canada and moved up to #1 the following week. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, "Lose Yourself" became the "Longest Running Single at Number One for a Rap Song" at 23 weeks. With over 6 million copies sold in the United States, it is Eminem's third best-selling song, just behind "Love the Way You Lie" and "Not Afraid".

The song went on to receive the Academy Award for Best Original Song[4] (the first time a rap song ever won this award), beating other nominees like U2's "The Hands That Built America." Eminem, who was not present at the award ceremony as he believed he would not win, said in a Shade 45 Behind the Boards interview with Cipha Sounds that he was actually sleeping, with cartoons on for his daughter, at the time the award was announced.[22] This was the first time in 14 years the winner of the Best Original Song category did not perform at the ceremony. Luis Resto, one of the song's co-producers, had attended the ceremony and accepted the award on his behalf. "He's creative, he has symphonies in his head," Resto said at the lectern about Eminem.[23] The American Film Institute later ranked it #93 on their list of the 100 Greatest Songs from American Films.

At the Grammy Awards of 2004, "Lose Yourself" became Eminem's second career nomination for Record of the Year (following "Without Me"), and the first rap song ever to be nominated for Song of the Year. It won Best Male Rap Solo Performance and Best Rap Song, which was a new category at the time.

At No. 166, "Lose Yourself" is the highest ranked of the three songs from the 21st century featured in the 2004 List of Rolling Stones 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (joining "Stan" at No. 290 and Outkast's "Hey Ya!" at #180). The magazine later ranked the song the twelfth best of the '00s decade.[24] The song was the 51st best-selling single of the '00s decade in the United Kingdom.[25] The song was placed at number 104 by Pitchfork on their list of "The Top 500 Tracks of the 2000s".[26]

In October 2011, NME placed it at number 57 on its list "150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years".[7] VH1 placed it at #4 for the best songs of the 2000s. In April 2016, it was placed at number 28 by Rolling Stone on their list of "100 Greatest Hip-hop songs of all time".[24]

Cover versions

  • Children's singer Charlotte Diamond covered the song in a remix she called "Mom's Pasketti".
  • A hit comedic remix of the song under the name of "Mom's Spaghetti," by Andy of the Hitchcock Bros, repeatedly uses Eminem saying "mom's spaghetti" from the original song. One of the more popular uploads of it on YouTube, uploaded in 2012 by BigMitch Baker, has garnered over 21,000,000 views as of October 2017.[27]
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic made a parody of the song, titled "Couch Potato", on his 2003 album Poodle Hat. Eminem did not give him permission to film a music video, but did allow him to record a parody of the song.
  • Irish pop rock band The Script did an alternative cover to this song in the BBC Radio's live lounge.
  • In 2003, the Australian comedy duo Scared Weird Little Guys produced a rap version of the folk song "Waltzing Matilda" called "Cleanin' Out My Tuckerbag", which parodies both "Lose Yourself" and "Cleanin' Out My Closet", but does not credit Eminem.
  • Christian parody band ApologetiX parodied the song as "Look Yourself". It is available on their 2003 album, Adam Up.
  • The show Robot Chicken parodied part of the film in the rapping sequence involving Bugs Bunny and a collection of other Looney Tunes characters.[28]
  • Canadian rock band Three Days Grace have been covering "Lose Yourself" in a medley with their song "Home".
  • During the farewell concert, Polish hip hop group Paktofonika performed their song "W moich kr?gach" ("In My Circles") with music background from "Lose Yourself".[29]
  • Post hardcore band Serianna covered this song in 2012, which is available as a digital download on iTunes and Amazon.[30]
  • Kelly Clarkson covered this song during her Clarkston, MI show on August 10, 2012 as part of her fan request cover song.[31]
  • American rapper Machine Gun Kelly, who named Eminem as a major influence, covered the song routinely on his first tour, even performing the song along with parts of the movie at The Shelter at Saint Andrew's Hall.[32]
  • Jon Connor's 2012 mixtape The People's Rapper LP included a remix of the song, as well as other Eminem remixes.
  • Hudson Taylor covered the song as a part of their "Lose Yourself Walking on the Flume" (The Police - Walking on the moon, Bon Iver - Flume) mashup.
  • A mashup of this song with German artist Nena's "Nur geträumt", created by HiFi Brown, was a German radio hit in 2003.[33]
  • Vienna Teng covers the song in live performance as a mashup along with Bill Withers' "Ain't No Sunshine".
  • German Alternative Rock band Guano Apes covers the song on the 20-year-anniversary edition of their first album Proud Like a God, Proud Like a God XX.
  • Saliva released a cover of the song online on September 22, 2017.[34]

Track listing

US / UK / European CD single
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Lose Yourself"Eminem5:26
2."Renegade" (Jay-Z featuring Eminem)
Eminem5:38
3."Lose Yourself" (instrumental)
  • Mathers
  • Bass
  • Resto
Eminem5:27
4."Lose Yourself" (video)
  • Mathers
  • Bass
  • Resto
Eminem5:26
5."8 Mile Trailer"   

Credits and personnel

Credits for "Lose Yourself" are adapted from the liner notes of the original soundtrack to the movie 8 Mile.[35]

Recording

Personnel

Charts

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[87] 7× Platinum 490,000^
Austria (IFPI Austria)[88] Platinum 30,000*
Belgium (BEA)[89] Platinum 30,000*
Canada (Music Canada)[90] 6× Platinum 480,000^
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[91] Platinum 60,000^
Finland (Musiikkituottajat)[92] Gold 6,304[92]
France (SNEP)[93] Gold 386,000[94]*
Germany (BVMI)[95] 3× Gold 750,000^
Greece (IFPI Greece)[47] Gold 10,000^
Italy (FIMI)[96] 2× Platinum 100,000*
Japan (RIAJ)[97] 3x Platinum 950,000[98][99][97]^
New Zealand (RMNZ)[100] 2× Platinum 20,000*
Norway (IFPI Norway)[101] Platinum 10,000*
Sweden (GLF)[102] Platinum 40,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[103] Platinum 30,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[104] 3× Platinum 1,800,000double-dagger
United States (RIAA)[105] Diamond 10,000,000*[6]

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

See also

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