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Latest New Album Of Eminem’s Updates Rihanna, Snoop Dogg And Gwen Stefani In The Rap


Marshall Bruce Mathers who was born on October 17, 1972, popularly & professionally known as Eminem, who is an American rapper, record producer & actor. Eminem is the best selling artist of the 2000s in the United States. Throughout his career, he has 10 number-one album on the Billboard 200 & five number one singles on the Billboard hot 100.

Late last years there were some rumours about The Rap God dropping his album by December, Clearly it didn’t happen. But, with the way Eminem is working right now, his friends might see his new album by surprise.

Latest New Album Of Eminem’s Updates

Presently, Eminem is already booked to spearhead the reading & Leeds festival. He was picked by the organizer to lead the yearly event as they very well know the capacity & capability of The Rap God. It was also reported that he will surprise his fans during his segment.

Eminem’s Updates Rihanna, Snoop Dogg And Gwen Stefani

Eminem is not at all new in making the headlines & getting highlight among the people along with his recent collaborations with Big Sean.

The Rap God has lots of projects ahead of him right now. He is also busy in venturing the business which is about sneakers. As for his new album, here is the most recent update about it.

Remember when somebody leaked his unfinished albums & provided with some names? Well, the trend still continues as The Rap God will collaborate with another artist. On the other hand, Rihanna will again join Eminem and also the fans have a theory that they might be releasing “Love the Way You Lie” Part 3.

Although, Eminem hasn’t acknowledged these speculations, fans are still holding on to these reports. They know that Eminem is not fond of spilling out information and privacy is his number one priority. If Eminem decides to release his much-anticipated album today, well the other artist should delay theirs. History has proven already that going up against The Rap God is a bad decision to make.