After four years of absence the Slim Shady reportedly will have his new set slated in the fourth quarter of this year along with other major artists of Universal Record Company.
Music fans are being set to have a big feast at the end of the year with some new albums from the top seeded musicians of Universal Record Company and its labels Interscope-Geffen-A&M Records. Report from Entertainment Weekly.com said that this fourth-quarter of the year fans could purchase new sets from Eminem, Dr. Dre, Black Eyed Peas, U2, No Doubt, Keane and The Pussycat Dolls.
The news comes from a source that claims that the company's market-share leader has set to release those artists' new LPs this fall. Moreover, although no exact dates are being set yet, a representative from the label stated that most of the albums will be dropped just before the holiday season starts.
Out of those artists, Eminem's upcoming effort is the one that has been long awaited as the rapper hasn't released a new studio album since "Encore" in 2004. After four years of break, his label convinced that the rapper has had enough material for a fifth record and next fall is the right time to unleash it.
Unfortunately, until this date the Slim Shady's upcoming LP hasn't had much details about its title or the songs that will be on it. In other news, beside preparing his new record, Eminem is also being rumored to be one of the musicians to perform at the upcoming Nelson Mandela's 90th Birthday Party, which will be held at the Hyde Park in London on June 27.