Watch Eminem Win Best Rap Album For 'The Marshall Mathers LP' In 2001 | GRAMMY Rewind

At the 43rd GRAMMY Awards show, Eminem—who by then had earned his title "Mr. Controversy"—graciously accepts the award with shouts-out to Dr. Dre and his daughter, Hailie.

In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, revisit Eminem as he wins Best Rap Album at the 43rd GRAMMYs Awards show in 2001 for The Marshall Mathers LP. Baggily dressed and backed by his D12 collective, he gives presenter Toni Braxton a peck on the cheek and acknowledges his status as "Mr. Controversy." "I want to thank everybody who could see past the controversy, or whatever, and see the album for what it was," he says. "And also for what it isn't." He also shouts out Dr. Dre, who helped get his career going in the first place. Watch Eminem's speech and check out more episodes of GRAMMY Rewind here.

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