50 Cent, a rapper, confirmed Eminem, who is also known as Slim Shady, is working on a new album.
Speaking about a reunion with Eminem on LA radio station Real 92.3, he said that the pair are working together at the moment.
“He sent me a record now, he working now,” said Curtis Jackson.
“He got some things, man. Still the highest-selling rap artist in the world. We’re doing it now.”
The album will come after last year’s Kamikaze. Produced by long-time collaborator and friend Dr. Dre, the record included guest appearances from artists including Joyner Lucas, Royce da 5’9″ and Jessie Reyez.
There was a lot of buzz in Eminem’s camp over the last few months.
A strange jazz instrumental was uploaded to his official YouTube channel, entitled ‘The Real Slim Shady’ – causing much confusion among his fans. But, it’s since been deleted.
Back at the end of August, he posted a mysterious, no-context tweet.
Em said, “People think they want this problem ’til they get it.”
Some said that the tweet seems about yet another high profile dispute around the corner – our Marshall isn’t exactly a stranger to beef – people started suggesting that a diss track was on its way.
Others said that it is a hint about the upcoming new music he was making.
And then there was one more speculation – 50 Cent, Eminem and… Ed Sheeran?
Remember The Name featured on Ed Sheeran’s latest album No.6 Collaborations Project, which was released back in July.
And if you’re craving a bit of vintage Eminem, go to Netflix. His Oscar-winning movie 8 Mile has been available on the streaming service since August.
Whether you’re a fan of his music or not, it’s well worth a watch.
This 2002 film is based on Eminem’s upbringing, following an aspiring white rapper named Jimmy ‘B-Rabbit’ Smith Jr. (Eminem). It follows his journey from a trailer park in Warren, Michigan, documenting his dream of a career in hip-hop and all the struggles that come with it.
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