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D12

D-12 is the rap group formed by Eminem and five friends in the late nineties. When the group still hadn't been offered any record deals after years of touring, they all decided to go their separate ways, with the first one to become famous promising to come back for the rest of the group. Everyone was surprised when Eminem was the first to be ... See full bio »
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Project X
Project X Soundtrack
(2012)
The Longest Yard
The Longest Yard Soundtrack
(2005)
Shark Tale
Shark Tale Soundtrack
(2004)
Bad Company
Bad Company Soundtrack
(2002)

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 2012 Project X (performer: "Fight Music" - as D-12)
 2006 Scarface: The World Is Yours (Video Game) (performer: "Get My Gun")
 2005 Eminem: Live from New York City (TV Movie documentary) (performer: "Git Up", "How Come", "40oz", "My Band")
 2005 The Longest Yard (performer: "My Ballz")
 2005 Valiant (performer: "Lies & Rumors")
 2004 Kangaroo Jack: G'Day, U.S.A.! (Video) (performer: "Mama Said Knock You Out")
 2004 Shark Tale (performer: "Lies & Rumors")
 2004 Beef II (Video documentary) (performer: "Smackdown")
 2002 Bad Company (performer: "911")
 2001 The Wash (performer: "Blow My Buzz" - as D-12)
 2001 Bones (performer: "These Drugs")
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Alternate Names:

The Dirty Dozen | Dirty Dozen
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Trivia:

They were planning to release the song "Fight Music" as the third single from "Devil's Night" but decided not to. It would have come out a few days after the 9/11 tragedy had happened, and they knew no one would be in the mood to hear a song about destruction. See more »

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Known for switching personalities while rapping

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Dirty Dozen See more »

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