To celebrate the 16th anniversary of a successfull Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem is selling bricks and pieces of wood from his childhood home in Detroit as colletables.
The Detroit emcee sold more than 11 million copies of the Marshall Mathers Lp in the U.S and won the best rap album Grammy for the album. Now since his home in Detroit was knocked down in 2013 after being in poor condition. Eminem’s team collected the wood and bricks from demolshing.
The 700 bricks the house featured on the covers of both The Marshall Mathers LP and The Marshall Mathers LP 2 are for sale. Each brick will include a numbered Certificate of Authority, Eminem’s signature and a display stand with a commemorative plaque. A re-release cassette version of the 2000 album with a 3-D motion-printed cover and dog tags crafted the sabotaged wood will also be available.
You can find all the items at his official site, Eminem.com. Parts of the proceeds will be going to the Marshall Mathers Foundation, which provides funding for organizations that works with troubled youth from Eminem’s home state and everywhere else in the U.S.
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