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On the track set to appear on his upcoming album, the rapper blasts white musicians in hip-hop, saying they've 'snatched the sound' of black artists.
The Odd Future rapper is not a fan of Shady Records' latest release which boasts 12 new materials produced by the Slim Shady.
The Syndrome-directed clip centers on a boxer who overcomes numerous obstacles in his life.
The Syndrome-directed video, which centers on a boxer who prepares himself for a big match, will debut in full on November 24.
The 'Fancy' hitmaker calls the controversial rapper an old man as she blasts him in a series of Twitter posts.
The Detroit native also tells the Australian raptress not to 'blow that rape whistle' on a one-minute snippet of a song called 'Vegas' by Bad Meets Evil.
The alternative version, which the rapper can barely remember, will be featured on his upcoming 'ShadyXV' compilation album.
Jennifer Hudson, Bruce Springsteen, Carrie Underwood, Metallica and Dave Grohl are other musicians performing at the free concert at the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
The cypher, also featuring Shady Records artists like Joe Budden and Yelawolf, was released in support of the upcoming compilation 'ShadyXV'.
According to an alleged leak, the follow-up to last year's chart-topper 'Yeezus' will be titled 'Paris' and it will be released on November 14.
The two-disc set will feature new tracks from Eminem as well as some hits by Shady Records artists like 50 Cent, D12, Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse.
The rapper shares a short video of him revealing the image featuring a hockey mask and two chainsaws on Instagram.
The concert to honor war veterans, soldiers, and their families will also feature Meryl Streep, Carrie Underwood, Dave Grohl, Tom Hanks, and Steven Spielberg.
The Detroit rapper performs 'Airplanes Part 2' with B.o.B and 'Fast Lane' with Royce da 5'9" in addition to his own songs during his set at the second night of the music festival.
The 'Berzerk' rapper is suing New Zealand's National party for allegedly using his song 'Lose Yourself' in an ad for their campaign without his permission.