Eminem and the Grammys

Guests: ALAN LIGHT Editor-in-Chief, Spin magazine Attending the Grammys in Los Angeles February 21, 2001 MICHAEL GREENE President and CEO, The Recording Academy of Arts and Sciences ESTA SOLER Executive Director, Family Violence Prevention Fund CATHY REENA News Media Director, Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Some say he's the poster boy for vile entertainment —others claim he's a musical genius. Whatever you thin—of him and his music, there's no question that Eminem is hugely popular. The white rapper has sold almost 10 million copies of his newest CD and was nominated for four Grammy Awards. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at the controversy over Eminem and the Grammys.



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