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It appears that Eminem’s return is imminent. Just a few months after reports emerged about Slim Shady’s ninth studio album dropping in the fall, the rap megastar has apparently finished working on the project.
In a recent livestream captured by a Facebook user, Mr. Porter — a longtime collaborator of Eminem and fellow D12 member — revealed that Em completed the LP.
“Am I working on Eminem’s new album? No, we are done,” he says in the clip. “How about that?”
Porter would not provide a timeframe for the album’s release, but said the LP is “amazeballs.”
(This article has been updated. The previous version, which was last published on August 5, 2017, can be found below.)
Nearly two months after it was reported Dr. Dre was working on Eminem’s next album in its “11th hour,” HITS Daily Double claims Slim Shady’s follow-up to 2013’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2 is likely arriving this fall.
In October 2016, Em took to Twitter to assure fans he was working on an album after dropping “Campaign Speech,” writing, “Don’t worry I’m working on an album!”
“Dre still records,” Hughes said. “People don’t know this: Dre records every day. Literally, he’s in there recording songs every day. He’s like Picasso in that way. He’s always painting. Right now he’s producing, in the 11th hour, a track for Eminem’s latest album. So Dre’s still real active in music.”
Although Aftermath/Interscope Records hasn’t mentioned anything about a potential Eminem album, Hughes comment about the “11th hour” alludes to some type of deadline. Considering the amount of time Hughes has presumably spent with Dre over the course of filming The Defiant Ones, he’s likely a credible source.
Eminem has been relatively quiet over the past few years, but he’s recently surfaced on social media to wish 50 Cent a happy birthday and pose for a photo with 2 Chainz on June 23.
The list of 2018 nominees for the annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction has arrived with 19 candidates. LL Cool J is the sole Hip Hop act among artists like Rage Against The Machine, Kate Bush, Radiohead and Nina Simone.
The pioneering “Rock The Bells” rapper has been nominated multiple times for the honor.
To be eligible for nomination, an individual artist or band must have released its first commercial recording at least 25 years prior to the year of induction. Consequently, the 2018 nominees had to release their first official recording no later than 1992.
The Queens MC’s debut album, Radio, was released on Def Jam Recordings in 1985, making him an ideal candidate. Throughout the course of his musical career, he’s pumped out 13 studio albums and two compilation albums. He appeared in the cult classic Hip Hop film Krush Groove in 1985 and his first official acting role was in the film Wildcats with actress Goldie Hawn the following year. Since then, he’s appeared in dozens of films and television shows.
In August, it was announced Mr. Cool James will become the first rapper honored by the Kennedy Center at its December 3 ceremony in Washington, D.C. The ceremony will be broadcast December 26 on CBS.
Over 900 artists, historians and members of the music industry from all over the world will receive ballots to vote on the 2018 Rock Hall inductees and once again, fans will also get to vote online.
From October 5 to December 5, fans can visit the website to cast votes for their most deserving artists.
The list of 2018 inductees will be announced in December. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2018 Inductions ceremony will go down in Cleveland, Ohio on April 14.
If LL gets inducted into the Rock Hall, he will join fellow Hip Hop acts N.W.A, Public Enemy, Beastie Boys, Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five, Run-D.M.C. and 2Pac.
Check out the full list of the 2018 nominees below.
J. Geils Band
LL Cool J
Rage Against the Machine
Rufus featuring Chaka Khan
Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Tory Lanez was evidently pulled over in a Rolls Royce on his way to see his probation officer earlier this week.
The seemingly frustrated Canadian rapper documented the encounter on social media by recording himself during the stop.
“Yo, let this be known,” he said in a video captured by DJ Akademiks. “Cause I know my probation officer about to violate. Probation Officer, I’m getting stopped. I’m getting stopped right now. I’m trying to make it on time, but I’m getting stopped. So you know. Don’t try to blaze me.”
Throughout the quick video, he appears to get increasingly irritated the longer it takes the officer to complete the stop. He commented on the possibility of being violated by his probation officer as a result of the hold up.
“She about to violate my shit when I go in there,” he said. “How you get stopped on your way to fuckin’ probation?”
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