Infinite is the debut studio album by American rapper Eminem. It was released on November 12, 1996, by Web Entertainment. Recording sessions took place at the Bass Brothers' studio, known as the Bassmint Productions, with the production that was handled by Mr. Porter and Proof. The album features guest vocals from fellow rappers Proof, Mr. Porter, Eye-Kyu, Three and Thyme, as well as singer Angela Workman on the track "Searchin'".
The copies were made on cassette and vinyl, and Eminem sold them out of the trunk of his car in Detroit. It is not officially available on any online music stores. However, on November 17, 2016, five days after the 20th anniversary of the album, Eminem posted a remaster and remix of title track, made by the Bass Brothers, to his Vevo channel, made available digitally for the first time.
Infinite initially received mixed reviews from critics, who praised its lyrical content while criticizing the album's production. The rapper's debut album has still gained some recognition and retrospective acclaim, though Eminem's later albums were more critically and commercially well received.