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Birth Name DeShaun Dupree Holton
Name Proof
Born October 2, 1973
Years Active 1992 – 2006
Latest Album Searching for Jerry Garcia
Associated With D12, Promatic, K-Stone, Goon Sqwad, 5 Elementz, J Dilla, Soul Intent, 50 Cent, Obie Trice, King Gordy
Label(s) Iron Fist Records

DeShaun Dupree Holton (born October 2, 1973 – died April 11, 2006), better known by his stage name Proof, was an American rapper and actor from Detroit, Michigan. During his career, he was a member of the group D12. He was a close childhood friend of rapper Eminem, who lived on the same block. In 2006, Proof was shot and killed during an altercation at the CCC nightclub in Detroit, Michigan.

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The following is a list of every song that Eminem and Proof have ever appeared together on. In chronological album.

  1. "W.E.G.O." by Eminem featuring Proof and DJ Head, from Eminem's first studio album Infinite (1996)
  2. "Desperados" by the Almighty Dreadknaughts featuring Eminem, Proof and Bugz.
  3. "Under the Influence" by Eminem featuring D12, from Eminem's third studio album The Marshall Mathers LP (2000).
  4. "Purple Pills" by D12, from their first studio album Devil's Night (2001).
  5. "Pistol Pistol" by D12, from their first studio album Devil's Night' (2001).
  6. "Ain't Nuttin' but Music" by D12, from their first studio album Devil's Night' (2001).
  7. "Fight Music" by D12, from their first studio album Devil's Night' (2001).
  8. "Pimp Like Me" by D12, from their first studio album Devil's Night' (2001).
  9. "Blow My Buzz" by D12, from their first studio album Devil's Night' (2001).
  10. "Revelation" by D12, from their first studio album Devil's Night' (2001).
  11. "These Drugs" by D12, from their first studio album Devil's Night' (2001).
  12. "When the Music Stops" by Eminem featuring D12, from Eminem's fourth studio album The Eminem Show\ (2002).
  13. "Rap Game" by D12 featuring 50 Cent, from the soundtrack Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture 8 Mile (2002).
  14. "Doe Rae Me (Hailie's Revenge)" by Eminem featuring D12 and Obie Trice, from Eminem's mixtape Straight from the Lab (2003).
  15. "My Band" by D12, from their second studio album D12 World (2004).
  16. "Loyalty" by D12 featuring Obie Trice, from their second studio album D12 World (2004).
  17. "How Come" by D12, from their second studio album D12 World (2004).
  18. "Get My Gun" by D12, from their second studio album D12 World (2004).
  19. "Bitch" by D12, from their second studio album D12 World (2004).
  20. "40 oz." by D12, from their second studio album D12 World (2004).
  21. "Keep Talkin'" by D12, from their second studio album D12 World (2004).
  22. "Slow Your Roll" by D12, from their second studio album D12 World (2004).
  23. "One Shot 2 Shot" by Eminem featuring D12, from Eminem's fifth studio album ''Encore'' (2004).
  24. "No More to Say" by Trick-Trick featuring Proof and Eminem, from Trick-Trick's first studio album ''The People vs.'' (2005).
  25. "Trapped" by Proof, from Eminem's third compilation ''Eminem Presents: The Re-Up'' (2006).

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