Eminem Is Currently Working On A New Album

Becky HarrisBecky Harris in Music, Uncategorised
Published 18.09.19
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Long-time friend and collaborator 50 Cent has revealed that Eminem is currently working on a new album

The Rap God himself, Eminem is apparently back in the studio recording another album.

I’m pretty sure he said Kamikaze was going to be his last album but I’m so glad it’s not.

There’s nothing like a new Eminem album. New disses, new hatreds, new enemies, it’s so petty and contrived but you’ve just gotta’ love it.

Eminem is yet to announced the news himself, but ol’ Fiddy has, speaking in an interview with Real 92.3 LA, where, along with his show Power, he chatted about music and if he would ever get back on a track with Em.

Jackson said: “He sent me a record now, he working now“.

“He got some things man. Still the highest-selling rap artist in the world. We’re doing it now.”

Eminem has had a lot going for him lately, which started with the Machine Gun Kelly feud when he released “Killshot” – which was 100 times better than the trash that MGK released, by the way.

Furthermore, last week, a video was uploaded to Eminem’s Youtube channel, before quickly being deleted and re-uploaded elsewhere.   The video was titled “The Real Slim Shady” and was a trumpet piece by Philip Jones.

Fans don’t know whether it was a hack or Eminem’s crew trying to hint at a new single release date, but you can check out below:

Then it was revealed he had a collaboration with 50 Cent and Ed Sheeran – the weirdest combination of artists ever (seriously, what is it with Ed, the bloke’s gone right off the boil).

The song “Remember The Name” features on Sheeran’s new album “No.6 Collaborations Project” which was released at the end of July.

Also, at the end of August, Eminem posted a very cryptic tweet which had people flummoxed. Tweeting, ‘People think they want this problem ’til they get it’, fans weren’t sure whether it meant there was a new single on the way, a new feud or whether he’d simply had enough.

And if all this has done is whet your appetite for more Marshall, get yourself over to Netflix, as his oscar-winning film 8 Mile has been available to stream since August.

The 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.

I guess we won’t find out what Eminem is up to until we hear it from the horse’s mouth.

I’m secretly hoping for a new MGK diss – pray with me.

Image from Youtube

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