AceShowbiz - Eminem's highly-anticipated album "Revival" is hitting the stores in a few days, and it appears that the Detroit rapper already has a plan in hands in support of the latest effort. It has been confirmed that Em will embark on an American tour in 2018, marking his first shows since 2014.
Veteran music agent Cara Lewis was the first one to break the news during an interview with Pollstar. When asked about hip-hop musicians who would be going on a tour soon, Lewis answered, "Eminem will be touring next year on selected dates, his first U.S. performances since 2014," adding that Travis Scott (II) would be "headlining arenas in 2018."
Further details about the upcoming tour have yet to be announced, but some fans have already prepared their money to buy the tickets for the shows. A fan took to Twitter to gush, "Seeing Eminem in concert has been on my bucket list forever. Can't wait for him to release the tour dates and cities!" adding some heart eyes emoji.
"Revival" will be released on Friday, December 15. The star-studded project includes collaborations with Ed Sheeran on track "River" and Alicia Keys on track "Like Home". Phresher, the only rapper who is featured on the project, assists Em on track "Chloraseptic".
Along with the normal edition of the effort, Em has given fans the opportunity to buy the limited edition autographed collector's bundles for $500. The bundles include digital and physical album of "Revival", a steel print of the lyrics from "Walk on Water" and black dog tags. Fans can also choose between a black T-shirt or hoodie with a graphic featuring Em taking aim at his detractors.
Speaking to Elton John, the "Rap God" hitmaker revealed that he had been working on the effort over a year. "The album is a reflection of where I'm right now, but I also feel like what I tried to do was diversity. I've tried to make a little something of everyone," Em said of the album.