Here’s Eminem’s “Infinite,” Title Track off First Project and Remastered For the First Time

Before the Slim Shady EP and certainly before The Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem was just a wily rapper from 8 Mile, Detroit, with a knack for double-time verses and saying the most outrageous things in battles. To prove his worth as an artist, he recorded and released Infinite in 1996, an 11-track album featuring Mr. Porter, Proof and several others that celebrated its 20th anniversary on November 12. The album was never made available on any digital retailers–only a few hundred copies were pressed to begin with–and up until today, none of the music on the album had ever been released in a remastered format.

Now, Eminem has liberated a remastered “Infinite” titled “Infinite (F.B.T. Remix).” Additionally, remastered versions of tracks from the original album will be released to digital retailers soon, giving Em fans around the world the opportunity to stream parts of the legend’s first ever project for the first time since it was released 20 years ago.

Listen to the remastered “Infinite” below as well as a short documentary on the creation of Infinite.

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