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Eminem’s Impact Extends Beyond Hip-Hop: Euphoria Star Jacob Elordi Credits Rapper for U.S. Accent Development

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Eminem is a pivotal figure in hip-hop, an art form steeped in intricate cultural and racial dynamics, shaping many people’s entry into the genre. Marshall Mathers has not only broadened the audience for hip-hop but also, as Euphoria star Jacob Elordi acknowledged, served as a crucial guide for learning the nuances of U.S. culture and language. Elordi, an Australian actor who portrays Nate Jacobs on Euphoria, attributes his American accent development to Eminem’s music.

Appearing on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Elordi discussed the challenge of shedding his native accent for roles and admitted to consuming an “unhealthy” amount of Eminem’s music. “I listened to a lot of Eminem,” he shared. “Like, a terrible amount of Eminem. It was, like, Detroit, and I still love that man. I feel like, more and more, I have to thank him so much.”

Elordi also revealed his current music preferences and influences on his accent development, mentioning artists like Bon Iver, The National, and David Bowie. Exploring Bowie’s musical prowess, Elordi expressed admiration for the artist’s ability to span various creative realms.

Beyond the musical sphere, Eminem has recently celebrated the tenth anniversary of The Marshall Mathers LP 2 with an expanded version and delved into the culinary world with “Mom’s Spaghetti” sauce. However, his enduring impact lies in his lyrical prowess and vocal delivery, marking the core reasons for his current eminence in the music industry. For more updates on Jacob Elordi and Eminem, stay tuned.

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