The 'Berzerk' rapper took to the stage after being banned from Hyde Park because of the ''explicit lyrics'' in his songs and became the first rapper to headline a gig at the venue in north London connected by EE- playing to 80,000 fans - who went wild when he collaborated with mega star Dre.
The rappers performed a number of hits including Forgot About Dre and the 90-minute set was crammed full of fan favourites, with a medley of 'Love The Way You Lie' and 'Stan' being one of the highlights on the night.
Wearing a t-shirt with a giant Union Jack mask emblazoned on the front, Eminem was glad to be back in London, headlining a gig in the UK for the first time in 13 years.
He told the audience: ''Hold on, let me take a minute to look at this God damn crowd, holy sh*t! This is why I love London. Y'all so angry.''
There was plenty of swearing throughout the concert and some fans complained about the speaker system as they struggled to hear a lot of what Eminem was saying in between songs. But he still proved that at 41, he's one of the world's best live performers.
Eminem stood against a backdrop of a boombox and fans lapped up hit after hit with the set list including 'The Way I Am', 'Rap God', 'My Name Is', 'The Real Slim Shady' and 'Without Me'.
''God damn, we missed you,'' he told them, as he ran about the stage backed by a full band.
There were plenty of explosions, gun shot sound effects and the encore, Lose Yourself, sent the audience into a frenzy.
The rapper will perform another sold out concert at the venue tonight (12.07.14).
Eminem's set list...
Won't Back Down
Don't Give A F**k
Still Don't Give A F**k
The Way I Am
The Next Episode
Nuthin' But A G Thing
Forgot About Dre
Love The Way You Lie
Sing For The Moment
Like Toy Soldiers
'Till I Collapse
My Name Is
The Real Slim Shady
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