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The Detroit rapper has also shared a hilarious announcement, in which he urges fans to purchase his album and not pirate it.
In the new track that features Australian singer/songwriter Sia Furler, Eminem raps about leaving the past and living for the better tomorrows.
In the song, which features fun.'s leader Nate Ruess, the Detroit MC apologizes to mother Debbie Mathers for dissing her in 'Cleaning Out My Closet' and thanks her for raising him.
The second single off 'MMLP2' album features the Detroit MC rapping about how he can't deal with his own fame.
The Detroit rapper's newest collaboration with the Bajan singer will impact radio station on Monday, October 28.
The Detroit rapper says that the second installment of his successful album, 2001's 'Marshall Mathers LP', will be 'more about the vibe' and 'more about the nostalgia'.
The rappers, who will be supported by Australia's 360 and New Zealand's David Dallas on the 4-city trek, will visit Auckland, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney in February 2014.
The track features the Detroit MC making random references to several things, from rappers' feud to sex scandal between a former U.S. president and a White House intern.
The sequel to 2000's 'The Marshall Mathers LP' will also feature guest appearances from rapper Kendrick Lamar, singer/songwriter Skylar Grey and fun.'s frotman Nate Ruess.
The Slim Shady goes back to the Detroit neighborhood where he grew up for the visuals of his new song.
According to several parents, the 'Berzerk' rapper watches as his 17-year-old daughter Hailie Scott is named homecoming queen of Chippewa Valley High School.
The artists and some YouTube stars will perform at the first YouTube Awards, which will be live-streamed worldwide from New York City on November 3.
The artwork features the same house that covers the first installment of Eminem's upcoming new album, 2000's 'The Marshall Mathers LP'.
During a recent interview, the Detroit-native rapper says that getting his eighth studio album done is the most exciting part of working on it.
Slim Shady goes old school in his new music video featuring track producer Rick Rubin and Kendrick Lamar.