Eminem Meets Valve


We don’t usually, or ever, talk about music on this site because well, frankly, I’ve always been told I have terrible taste in music by like, everyone. I can’t exactly disagree. I mostly only listen to video game or movie soundtracks in the background while I’m working or at the gym, and so I’m not exactly a connoisseur of the medium.

But one artist I did grow up listening to was Eminem, and I still like most of his stuff to this day. One of my favorite songs in particular from way back when was “Stan,” where he plays both roles of himself, and a deranged fan writing him. Some intrepid YouTuber decided to take that song and rewrite it as a love/hate letter to Valve’s Gabe Newell. You may not appreciate it, but I think it’s pretty well done. It doesn’t always fit perfectly, but I lost it at “Dear mister I’m too fat to finish a game!” Check it out for yourself above.


  1. Travis Lubiens June 24, 2011
  2. supernoob June 24, 2011

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