Imma drop my two cents on The Beatles, if that's fine.
I really like the Beatles, even their vapid bubblegum pop early sound. It is, as stated, a matter of opinion and they are
certainly overrated (in the same sense stuff like Final Fantasy VII or Watchmen is overrated to me: it's damn good, but hold your horses, people).
But I think there are two things about The Beatles that stand the test of time to me: First, they could basically turn EVERYTHING into pop. Whatever it was. They used goddamn sitars and it still looks digestible. That's an outstanding composition talent to me.
Second, they're just plain great musicians. That's the subtlety part. A song can be easy to learn (and Beatles' songs are), but they can be hard to ''properly'' play. Think of Pink Floyd's David Gilmour or Queen's Brian May. They're not the most demanding guitar players. The solo for Comfortably Numb is not that hard. But when you see other people playing it... Gilmour has all these little nuances with his timbre and whammy bar that elevates his sound. Being simple doesn't excuse something from being great.
The Beatles are like that. George Harrison is UNBELIEVABLE as a compositor and guitar player. Execution is so on point.
So I feel that when you join both, you have a really good and, most important, really influential band. Their late avant garde stuff is my favorite (White Album yoo) but I really like their ''disposable pop'' sound. After all, ain't all pop disposable and ain't that part of the charm?
Also, Eminem is hit or miss with me, but I've been enjoying Kamikaze a lot too. There's something really raw, desperate and pathetic, therefore human, in it.
That and can we all agree that Em's flow is just amazing??