To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Eminem’s debut album “Infinite”, the rapper’s longtime collaborators the Bass Brothers recent released a 9 minute documentary titled: Partners In Rhyme: The True Story Of Eminem’s “Infinite”.
In the documentary they revisit the project using old footage of Eminem in the studio along with never-before-seen interviews during recording and promotion process. So in the documentary you can see the very young Eminem discuss the making of the project and what he was going through at that time.
Marshall said in the interview “I was a kid I was like 15 when I met them. I was just happy to be in the studio.” He further said:
“I didn’t care about what I was doing. I was just happy to be in the studio.”
In addition to the doc, the brothers sat down with Rolling Stones for an interview to discuss creating the project while reminiscing about his career early on.
“When I hear Eminem from 20 years ago, I can hear Eminem today.”
Jeff Bass explained.“I can hear the nuances in his tone, and his rhythm was insane, and this is him starting out as a kid.” He further explained “We recognized that there was something there that was special. Obviously the world ended up agreeing with what we were feeling.”
To further celebrate the records anniversary the Bass Brothers are also releasing a remixed version of the album replacing samples with live instrumentation. No word on when the new project is expected to release but expected to pop up on streaming services sometime soon.