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Eminem: Like Toy Soldiers (2004)

Released on December 3, 2004, the song's video starts with two young boys, one who is white and one who is black, reading a book called "Toy Soldiers," which contains the lyrics of this ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
50 Cent ... 50 Cent
D12 D12 ... D12
Dr. Dre ... Dr. Dre
Eminem ... Eminem
Proof ... Bugz
Luis Resto ... Luis Resto
Obie Trice Obie Trice ... Obie Trice
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Released on December 3, 2004, the song's video starts with two young boys, one who is white and one who is black, reading a book called "Toy Soldiers," which contains the lyrics of this song. It begins at the hospital where Eminem and other rappers are watching, in despair, the doctors trying to save D12 member Bugz (played by fellow D12 member Proof), who was killed in 1999. Eminem is then seen in a series of scenes rapping the song in a deserted alleyway, before the video goes through a series of scenes showing the various feuds mentioned in the song. They include seeing the news, rappers battling in studios, and street encounters. Near the end, Eminem stands shocked seeing the shooting of Bugz. It switches back to the hospital, where Bugz dies, and finishes at his funeral, which has a choir in which the black child and the white child from when Martika starts to sing. Written by Peter-Patrick76 (peter-patrick@mail.com)

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English

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3 December 2004 (USA) See more »

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