You Don't Know Me Jax Jones Feat. Raye
We asked and you voted. Check out what you voted as the top ten best ever Eminem songs.
First up is the rapper's 2002 single - taken from his album The Eminem Show. Did you know the track was also used in the first trailer for Eminem's movie 8 Mile?
Don't be scared now, because in at number nine is the Grammy Award winning 'Not Afraid'. The 2010 release was the lead single from 'Recovery' and has also the theme for the NBA playoffs that same year. That's what we call a slam dunk!
The rapper hinted that he was set to take a musical hiatus with the track from his greatest hits collection. The song was released in 2005. The video sees Em going through some personal and family struggles with an emotional performance from the star.
Coming in at number seven on our countdown is 2005 single 'Like Toy Soldiers'. The song samples Martika's 1989 Billboard hit song 'Toy Soldiers' and sees D12 member Proof getting shot in the video. Sadly, one year later and the promo became a reality when the rapper was shot dead during an altercation in a nightclub in Detroit.
Hollywood stars Megan Fox and Dominic Monaghan star in the video for this Rihanna duet. The track was a worldwide smash and lifted from his 2010 'Recovery' album.
We're over halfway through and Eminem's latest release 'Berzerk' takes the number five spot. The track takes a nod to some classic Beastie Boys as well as lifting a sample of Billy Squier's 'The Stroke'. It hit the number two spot on the Vodafone Big Top 40 when it was released this month.
In at number four is the 2001 Dr. Dre release. The track featured a young Eminem who steals the show with a cutting and powerful rap and chorus. It also took home the Grammy that year for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group.
"Would the real Slim Shady please stand up!". It was the lead single from Eminem's most successful album to date, 'The Marshall Mathers LP'.
Just missing out on the top spot is the tale of an obsessed fan called 'Stan'. The track was hugely controversial when it was released back in 2001 with a video full of shocking scenes. Ready to see your number one choice?
And taking the top spot is the soundtrack to Eminem's movie 8 Mile. 'Lose Yourself' won the rapper an Academy Award for Best Original Song and has gone on to sell almost six million copies in the US alone.