Eminem to become first rapper to play at London's Wembley
The show will be Marshall Mathers' first London concert in 13 years and he’ll play to a 90,000-capacity stadium
London crowds can get ready to lose themselves at the sight of Eminem, who will be the first rapper to headline at the Wembley Stadium in July.
The show will be Marshall Mathers' first London concert in 13 years and he’ll play to a 90,000-capacity stadium.
The rapper said the show came about because he was going to be unable to play a different London outdoor venue this summer, according to the Guardian.
“I heard that I wasn't going to be approved to play in Hyde Park and it made me even more excited to play in London this summer,” he said.
“The easiest way to get me to do something is to tell me I can’t do it. Thanks to the Royal Parks for making it all possible….for Wembley."
The U.S. rapper’s popularity in the UK is still soaring. His last album “The Marshall Mathers LP 2” in 2013 went straight into the UK charts at No 1.