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The country's authorities make the decision after learning that the members of the rap group encouraged fans to attack cops during an album signing incident that happened back in 2011.
Mark Bass, who has worked with Eminem in the past, says he is currently working on new project by D12, including tracks featuring the self-declared 'Rap God'.
The Detroit native rejects the offer after asking for $2 million, while the 'Bound 2' rapper demands '$1 million, plus plus plus a lot of other perks.'
Playing a therapist, Rihanna observes Eminem as he looks back at some good and bad moments of his life on the screen.
Rihanna plays a therapist who examines the rapper as he watches images of violence, family and drug addiction on the monitor.
Directed by Rich Lee, the new visuals features the Detroit MC wearing a black suit and a pair of black glasses when he channels the first-ever computer-generated TV host.
The second installment of the rapper's 2000 album, 'The Marshall Mathers LP', reclaims the top spot on the chart after selling 120,000 copies in its third week.
The 39-song album, which is meant to raise funds for typhoon disaster relief in the Philippines, is available on iTunes.
Directed by Rich Lee, the new music video for the controversial 'MMLP2' cut is set to be released on November 27.
The Detroit rapper's upcoming video is shot in his hometown by Rich Lee, the director behind the clips for his 'Not Afraid' and 'Ligters'
The continuation to the rapper's 2000 album, 'The Marshall Mathers LP', arrives at No. 1 after selling 792,000 in its first week, Nielsen SoundScan reports.
In addition to winning the prestigious award for his contribution to music, the Detroit rapper manages to beat Drake, Jay-Z, Kanye West and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis in Best Hip Hop category.
Eminem teases his appearance at the annual event with a short video that sees a mystery man playing his 'Berzerk' on a boombox that is sitting next to a European Music Award statue
The house which is used as the rapper's latest album cover was ablaze on the same day it went up for sale.
The Australian singer/songwriter made the decision after being slammed for being featured in the Detroit MC's new album that includes tracks with homophobic lyrics.