50 Cent confirms Eminem, Chris Brown, Trey Songz and others for his «Street King Immortal» LP.
Pink teased her Eminem collaboration a few weeks ago, saying that both artists were enthusiastic to work with each other, and now fans have a chance to hear the record in full. Listen to “Here Comes the Weekend.” The new release is the second track from Pink’s upcoming September 18 album The Truth About Love.
Pink and Em apparently like working together so much on his 2010 Recoverytrack, “Won’t Back Down,” that when she needed some assistance on her forthcoming The Truth About Love, she asked the Detroit-bred MC to help her out.
“He said, ‘Do you want to do a song with me?’ ‘F— yeah!’ I said, ‘Do you want to do a song with me?’ and he said, ‘F— yeah!” Handshake. Nothing signed. Done,” she told Australia’s Herald Sun about their deal which led to an “alternative club banger” dubbed “Here Comes the Weekend.”
No I.D. says that he sat down with Eminem to talk about working on new music.
Producer No I.D. has revealed plans to hit the studio with Eminem to collaborate on new music.
During an interview with MTV News, the Def Jam executive spoke on collaborating with the Shady chief, stating that he and Em have sat down and discussed hitting the lab together. He also said that a collaboration between the two would be «Hip Hop.»
«I definitely sat down and spoke with Eminem about working and we agreed to get in the studio and see what we could do,» he said. «He’s one of the best, I want to work with one of the best and try and give some music contributions. I think that would be one of the next steps in that lineage of what I’m trying to do.»
Back in May, Em revealed that he was in the beginning stages of recording his next LP.
’I’ve publicly stated that he’s one of my favorite artists, so I went to work with him,’ MC says of Em-produced track ’I Don’t Care.’
Eminem brought out a few surprise guests during his show overseas.
Eminem brought out surprise guests Dr. Dre and Royce Da 5’9 during his performance at Tokyo, Japan’s QVC Marine Field earlier today.
While performing his breakout hit «My Name Is,» Em paused at the point in the song where he raps «And Dr. Dre said» while a curtain behind him lifted to reveal the Good Doctor. Dre then ripped his verse from «The Next Episode,» exiting the stage when his verse came to a close.
Em also brought out his Bad Meets Evil partner-in-rhyme Royce Da 5’9 to perform a few hits from their joint catalog. The two performed «Fast Lane» and «Lighters.»
The wait is almost over. After a few setbacks Slaughterhouse will finally release their Shady Records debut, Welcome to: Our Houseon August 28 and the boys admit that they’ve learned a ton from Eminem in the process. Royce Da 5’9’’, Crooked I, Joe Budden and Joell Ortiz — are feeling more confident than ever, thanks to some assistance from their boss Eminem.
«Attach your fucking names to those blogs,» Joe Budden demanded last night after listening session host Sway told him journalists in the Sirius XM studio planned to recap their thoughts on his group Slaughterhouse’s forthcoming album, Welcome to: Our House (out Aug. 28). «Don’t be all discreet,» he continued.
Their label boss and rap great Eminem, who mixed and co-produced almost every song on the album, joined Joe and the rest to support. «I feel like hip-hop needs this,» he said. He also explained that this album is more than a bunch of lyrical guys randomly rapping their asses off. It’s structured, with more conceptual records. «It’s competitive, but it’s about making a song,» Em said.
His assessment holds true. Our House is a solid album, touching on topics more varied than listeners have come to expect from the foursome. Each member opens up tremendously, revealing emotions and delving into issues they’ve rarely touched on—deaths in the family, tabloid rumors, life’s adversity. Continue reading for our notes on each song and details on who produced what.
«The hardest part of being an artist wasn’t before I was signed. It was once I got signed,» says Machine Gun Kelly during his candid conversation with Rap-Up TV. The Cleveland «Wild Boy» admits that his rise to superstardom has taken a little longer than he had hoped.
Tech N9ne also explains why the mainstream will gravitate towards him, not the other way around.