ESPN Music: Eminem

Eminem featured in Bowl Week coverage

December, 20, 2013
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Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s College Football Bowl Week Programming, links to the artists' websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Eminem: "Survival" from the “The Marshall Mathers LP2” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Aloe Blacc: "Can You Do This" from the “Wake Me Up" EP. (iTunes | Amazon)

Featured music for November on ESPN

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EminemJoseph Okpako/RedfernsSongs from Eminem's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" are being featured on ESPN this month.
Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN's programming, along with links to the artist’s websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums.

Eminem: "The Monster feat. Rihanna" and "Legacy" from the “The Marshall Mathers LP 2” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Lady Gaga: "Fashion" from the “ARTPOP” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Tilian: "Now Or Never" and "Up In The Air" from the “Material Me” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

LVDP Sound System: "Stay Strong" and "Esperanza"from the “Fiesta y Lucha” album (Bandcamp).

El Dusty: "Puro Pori" not available for sale.

Music from ''Primetime College Football''

September, 10, 2013
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Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN's "Saturday Night Primetime College Football," along with links to the artists' websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Katy Perry: "Roar" from the "Prism" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Imagine Dragons: "Radioactive" from the "Night Visions" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Fall Out Boy: "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark" from the “Save Rock and Roll" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Lady Gaga: ”Applause" from the "ARTPOP" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Eminem

"Not Afraid" from the “Recovery” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

”Berzerk" single (iTunes | Amazon)

DJ Steve Porter talks on goals for 2013

December, 20, 2012
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Steve PorterRob Loud/Getty ImagesRemix DJ Steve Porter is hoping to branch out to work with musicians in 2013.
As 2012 winds down, premier international DJ Steve Porter reflects on his "totally surreal year."

Porter won a Webby Award with ESPN for his creative remix video of “All He Does Is Win”; was among the “100 Most Creative People In Business”, as named by Fast Company magazine; and had the No. 4 video in Mashable's list of "Videos that Inspired Us in 2012."

"This all started as a little dream to be a DJ while I was in high school," said the 34-year-old Porter, who was born in Amherst, Mass., and began producing music at the age of 16. "I was trying to find a way to express myself creatively and it's led to this."

It's hard to imagine that Porter first became famous for remixing a Slap Chop infomercial in April 2009 into "Rap Chop", which has been viewed more than 14 million times. Then two months later he released "Press Hop," featuring basketball legend Allen Iverson talking about practice. That got ESPN to notice, and he was asked to create a sequel in July 2010 featuring Tiger Woods, LeBron James and Mike Tyson.

"There is no way I thought that sequel was going to start this journey at ESPN, and now I'm working with the likes of LeBron James and Muhammad Ali," said Porter, who has also had a weekly “NFL Countdown” segment for ESPN the past two years. "It's been an amazing journey, and I'm not sure where it will take me."

Porter does have some goals for 2013 -- even though he's swamped with work. He'd like the opportunity to create original music with the likes of Eminem, Rihanna and B.o.B. Guess he wants to be the next David Guetta or Calvin Harris.

"I'd really like to branch out to collaborating with artists. I feel I could shine," he said. "I'd bring a lot of tools to the studio. I'd love to be involved from the ground up and keep trying to improve as a producer."

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