Moby says feud with US rapper Eminem is over

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New York-born DJ and musician Moby says he hopes his long-running feud with popular rap artist Eminem is at an end.

The pair clashed in the early 2000s over perceived misogynistic and violent lyrics in the rapper's songs.

But Moby, who has just released a new album entitled Destroyed, told BBC Radio 5 live: "I think at this point I'm so far below Eminem's radar."

"Eminem is one of the biggest pop stars on the planet," Moby explained to Richard Bacon. "I'm just a weird bald guy who makes records in my bedroom."

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Richard Bacon broadcasts Monday - Thursday 1400 - 1600 on BBC Radio 5 live.

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