Thrilled over Eminem's comeback album, Mark Ronson desires to collaborate with the rapper in his new project.
Mark Ronson recently reveals that he is keen to enter the music studio with Eminem for a new project. "I'm really excited about his comeback. I'd love to work with him. I wouldn't rule out doing a duet with anyone," he states.
Furthermore, Mark also says that right now he has been in the mixing desk collaborating with a band called The Rumble Strips. "I'm working with a band called The Rumble Strips. They're great and I'm doing a bunch of other stuff, including Daniel Merriweather's first album," he adds in a further explanation.
Meanwhile, Eminem has finally given his statement saying that he is now indeed in the middle of cooking new materials for his upcoming sixth major studio effort. According to a rap fellow named Cashis, the album will be called "King Mathers", but this hasn't been officially confirmed.
Referring to his eagerly-anticipated set, Eminem says, "I'm concentrating on my own stuff right now, just banging out tracks." Previously, the rapper reportedly scrapped some songs that he has recorded because they just didn't meet his standard.