The passing of Nate Dogg was one that will forever be one of the saddest moments in hip-hop history. Having one of the most unique voices and so many classic hooks, Nate’s legacy lives on. For his fans who still want to hear more, in 2013, Seven Arts Music and United Media & Music Group will be releasing his final album. (more…)
President Barack Obama’s iPod could pass for a voter outreach tool.
Interviewed Monday on Cincinnati radio station WIZF, Obama ran through his musical tastes, an eclectic and all-encompassing list of artists and tracks that reflect the varied coalition of voters he is seeking to attract. (more…)
It took six weeks of rehearsals and reams of flubbed lines, but by the time 8 Mile hit theaters, Eminem had scored a hip-hop movie masterpiece. Shining a light on both sides of Detroit’s railroad tracks—trailer parks and battle cyphers—Em’s first leading role is a true underdog story, bolstered by callous punch lines and a guy named Cheddar Bob. Ten years after the classic film’s premiere, VIBE rounds up the gang—Eminem, Mekhi Phifer, Anthony Mackie, Evan Jones and Omar Benson Miller—to wax cinematic. This opportunity comes once in a lifetime…
Eminem’s manager and 8 Mile executive producer Paul Rosenberg drops eight gems you didn’t know about the flick. (more…)
Singer’s new album was executive-produced by hip-hop star. (more…)
Eminem and Rick Ross top the list of artists Tech N9ne wants to work with the most. (more…)
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.