Does Papa Doc rap in 8 Mile?

Appearance in 8 Mile Papa Doc first appears at the beginning of the film, rapping against “Shorty Mike” at the shelter, with the support of The Leaders Of Tha Free World.

What happened to Papa Doc from 8 Mile?

After freezing at The Shelter, Papa Doc stepped down as leader of the Free World. And he no longer goes by “Papa Doc.” He’s just Clarence now, and Clarence convinced his parents — who still to this day have a real good marriage — to pay for his tuition at the University of Detroit Mercy.

Are Eminem and future still friends?

The movie was one of the best films of 2002 and won the Academy Award for Best Original Song. Mekhi Phifer, 45, played Future alongside Eminem’s Jimmy “B-Rabbit” Smith Jr. Even after nearly two decades, Eminem and Mekhi remain good friends.

Did Papa really choke?

Papa Doc chokes. And as he passes the mic back to the emcee, he leaves the Shelter with the rest of his crew. Rabbit wins and overcomes the odds.

What was the final rap battle in 8 Mile?

Yo… This final rap battle is the climatic point of the film. Papa Doc wins the coin toss and elects to “let that bitch go first.”

Is the Marshall Mathers movie about Eminem?

The movie is meant to be an allegory for Eminem or Marshall Mathers life. While the movie portrays a character with Eminem’s personality, shares very similar life experiences and raps the same way, it is not meant to be Eminem.

Where was the final battle in 8 Mile filmed?

The final battles were recorded on the stage as they were shot. In a clip from 8 Mile ’s bonus features, four people were selected to come on stage and battle Em, who was instructed to just imitate rapping to save his vocal cords for the screaming in the real battles that would make it to the movie.

What was beat used in 8 Mile scene?

The beat used in that scene was the instrumental of Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones Part II.” You can listen to the instrumental here: If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device. An error occurred while retrieving sharing information. Please try again later. Where was your voice recorded? I mean, at the studio/on stage/half’n’half?