Eminem shares album details
Eminem is planning to release a two-disc collection in November.
The rapper appeared to tease the release of Shady XV during the final performance of his Monster Tour last weekend, wearing a shirt with the album’s name emblazoned across and briefly posting its title on his website with the phrase “Black Friday”.
In a press release posted on the Grammy-winner’s website Monday, he revealed a two-CD collection will drop on November 28 as previously thought.
“ShadyXV, a two-CD compilation featuring an album of the label’s greatest hits, including classics such as 50 Cent’s In Da Club and Eminem’s Lose Yourself plus an album of new material from Eminem, Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil, D-12 and Yelawolf as well as special guest-artist collaborations,” read a statement from the label, celebrating its 15th anniversary.
The release was preceded Monday by a new single from Eminem and Sia, called Guts Over Fear.
The track is currently featured in the trailer for Antoine Fuqua’s forthcoming feature, The Equalizer.
Eminem founded Shady Records in 1999 with manager Paul Rosenberg.
The label signed artists including D12, 50 Cent and Obie Trice, and announced Monday new music from Slaughterhouse and Radioactive hitmakers Yelawolf is coming “soon”.
Slim Shady himself returned to the charts just last year with The Marshall Mathers LP 2, following a three-year hiatus after the release of his 2010 album, Recovery.
The Marshall Mathers LP 2 marked his eighth solo album.
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