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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.
One disc will include some of Em's greatest hits while the other one will feature new tracks from him and some artists signed to his label.
The first track to have surfaced from Em's newly-anounced 'Shady XV' album finds the rapper reflecting on the highs and lows of his career.
The new LP, which will include Sia-assisted 'Guts Over Fear', will come 15 years after Em released his major label debut set 'The Slim Shady LP'.
The Slim Shady gets a bucket of ice cold water dumped over his head first before RiRi gets drenched afterwards.
The track, which was also first previewed in a trailer for the Denzel Washington-starring film, will hit iTunes on August 25.
During his visit to a radio show to promote his new film, the actor reveals he knows every single word to Dr. Dre's 2001 album and proves it by rapping a song from the record.
In addition to singing 'Love the Way You Lie' and 'The Monster' with Em, RiRi fills in for Dido during the performance of 'Stan'.
The two rappers perform some of Dre's classics like 'Still D.R.E.', 'Next Episode', 'Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang' and 'Forgot About Dre' during the first of Em's two-night concert at the London venue.
The Compton rapper was filmed performing Eminem's 'My Name Is', Jay-Z's 'Big Pimpin' ' and 50 Cent's 'Candy Shop' while he was visiting XXL's office.
Produced by Scoop Deville, the track features the two rappers spitting their bars over the sample of House of Pain's 'Jump Around'.
The Scoop DeVille-produced collaborative project, which has been teased since late last year, is set to come out on July 1.
Linda Lennon of Royal Park, which runs Hyde Park, says that she worries the rapper's 'offensive and/or unsuitable language' will upset other park users.
The song, which title is still unknown, is played in the background as the trailer shows Denzel Washington's character taking on the Russian mafia.
The Detroit native's 'Not Afraid' and 'Love the Way You Lie', both from his 2010 LP 'Recovery', have surpassed the 10 million sales and streams threshold.