Eminem mocks Steve Berman’s skit on MMLP 22 years later

SiriusXM today announced that Eminem’s long time friend and manager, Paul Rosenberg, will host Paul Pod: Curtain Call 2, a 7-episode limited podcast series premiering today to celebrate Eminem and the release of his new greatest hits album titled Curtain Call 2.

Paul Pod: Curtain Call 2 will feature Paul Rosenberg looking back and sitting down with special guests that have helped, guided and inspired Eminem throughout his career, including Eminem himself, Royce 5’9″ and Skylar Grey.

The special will take an in depth look at the hits, art, videos, and albums that make up the legendary musical library of Eminem as told through first-hand experiences by the participants and collaborators on these celebrated projects.

To promote the first episode, featuring Steve Berman, Eminem tweeted: “It would be better if you gave me nothing at all. This podcast is less than nothing. I can’t sell this f**-ing podcast!

The tweet was made in the same style as “Steve Berman” skit on Eminem’s 2000 masterpiece “The Marshall Mathers LP”. Steve is the President of Sales and Marketing at Interscope Records. In the skit Eminem showcases the pressure he faces from his record label to create commercially optimal records: “It would be better if you gave me nothing at all. This album is less than nothing. I can’t sell this f**king record.