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Eminem: Superman, feat. Dina Rae (Video 2003) Poster

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The single is taken from Eminem's fourth studio album The Eminem Show, which was released in 2002.
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In his 2008 autobiography The Way I Am, Eminem revealed that the song is about his alleged relationship with singer Mariah Carey, to an extent.
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The song is very similar to Eminem's song "Drug Ballad" and "Pimp Like Me" with D12.
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The music video for the song features porn star Gina Lynn and can only be found on the 8 Mile DVD.
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The uncensored video contains nudity, and is rarely shown on MTV or BET.
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Shannon Elizabeth was Eminem's first choice to star in the video, although this never came to fruition, as they could not come to terms.
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Entertainment Weekly editor described: "In the creepy-crawly, mesmerizing Superman, Eminem depicts himself as both sexual predator and commitment-phobic single guy."
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DX magazine named the production "the southern bounce", lyrics as dealing with groupies and the critic called the chorus cheesy.
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Steve Juon described: ""Superman" features Eminem playing with his flow in a stuttered cadence, but he's done the gimmick before and his beat on this one inspires only partial attention to his flow."
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Rolling Stone concluded that his divorce from Kim Mathers fuels the slow Southern bounce of the hyper-misogynist "Superman."
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