We just received an exclusive tip claiming that rapper Eminem has hit the recording studio with “Thrift Shop” hit rapper Macklemore and Australian’s “Change Your Life” rapstress Iggy Azalea to release a new collab.
According to the insider:
“Slim Shady’s back to shake things up in the hip-hop community and seems like he’s not doing it alone again. After his upcoming album lead single “Berzerk” hit the top position on iTunes stores worldwide, Eminem is reportedly set to drop another track, a collaboration with fellow rappers of the moment Macklemore and T.I.’s protégé Iggy Azalea later this year.”
In the past, Azalea have admitted to idolizing the 40 year-old legendary rapper (whose also a record producer, songwriter and actor) when asked about being compared to him.
“I don’t know, it’s happening more this year actually than last year. I think Eminem is great so it’s flattering I guess. I don’t take comparisons very seriously because I know I’m the female Iggy Azalea.”
Plus, on Friday Emimen’s childhood home from his 2000 album, ‘The Marshall Mathers LP’ artwork was reportedly up for auction in North East Detroit.
According to NME, “The house at 19946 Dresden, just south of 8 Mile, which is pictured in sepia tones on the artwork with Eminem sat outside on the steps, is currently vacant and will have a starting bid of $1, reports the Detroit Free Press.
The site adds, “The property is one of many abandoned and burned-out houses in the neighborhood and is currently owned by the Michigan Land Bank – a government program that manages over 11,000 vacant properties in the Detroit area. Eminem’s new album ‘The Marshall Mathers LP 2’ – the sequel to ‘The Marshall Mathers LP’ – is set for release on November 5. The record features production credits from the likes of Rick Rubin, Dr. Dre and DJ Premier, while recent tracks ‘Bezerk’ and ‘Survival’ are also set to be included.”
The rapper is also excited about his comeback, and recently told ESPN:
“I’ll probably be most excited to just be done with it. It’s called ‘The Marshall Mathers LP 2’ and it’s kind of a revisit to the first Marshall Mathers LP. That’s pretty much all I can probably say about it.”