Marshall Mather's career has been a roller-coaster ride of success, drug abuse, WTF moments and undeniable talent. Widely regarded as one of the best MCs of all time, Eminem has no shortage of recognizable tunes and hits.

Through a working relationship with Dr. Dre, Eminem took the world by storm with his (often mislabeled 'debut') album The Slim Shady LP. The music received tremendous playing time on networks like MTV, prompting parents and kids all over the country to disagree on the rapper's music. He would later address these types of problems on "White America."

But aside from the MTV songs, there are a slew of hidden verses and songs from Eminem's career. Whether he's on an ultimate posse cut for Sway & DJ Tech's album (just wait til you see that...) or being featured on a Notorious B.I.G. posthumous album, there's a ton of stuff you haven't heard from Eminem's heyday.

Everyone knows "My Name Is" or "The Real Slim Shady," but you may not know where it all started. Beginning with Soul Intent and ending with the lesser-known gems on The Slim Shady LP, we're diving in to Eminem's deep cuts.