Eminem releases his new song “Guts Over Fear” featuring Sia which was previewed in the trailer to the Denzel Washington movie The Equalizer. Take a listen below. This is first offering from Em’s newly announced album, SHADYXV.
Eminem became the first rapper to headline the iconic Wembley Stadium in London and surprised the crowd by bringing out his mentor Dr Dre. The West Coast legend performed a medley of his hits which included Still Dre, Nuthin’ But A G Thang and Forgot About Dre.
Trick Trick reunites with Eminem and Royce Da 5’9″ for this new single called “Twerk Dat! Pop Dat!”. Produced by Antt Beatz. Take a listen below.
After teasing us with the cover a few days ago, Busta Rhymes and Eminem team up once again for a long overdue collaboration. This is the first single from Busta’s upcoming new album Extinction Level Event 2. Produced by Scoop Deville. Take a listen below.
Denzil Washington is due to release his latest movie titled The Equalizer, on September 26th. Today the trailer was released and it features a new song from Eminem and Sia. Check out the trailer above.
Eminem releases the Spike Lee directed video to his heartfelt track “Headlights” featuring Nate Ruess. Off his latest album The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
Eminem’s music video for “Headlights” is due out on Sunday and here the director Spike Lee talks about the song.
Eminem has revealed a new show at the iconic Wembley Stadium in London on Friday 11th July. In doing so he becomes the first rapper to headline at the 90,00 seater venue. He called in to Zane Lowe’s radio show to talk about the event and the projects he is working on. Take a listen below.
Three of the most influencial people in hip hop, Eminem, Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine graced the April 2014 edition of XXL Magazine. The article inlcludes interviews about their new venture, Beats Music, which is a new music streaming service founded by Iovine and Dre and being promoted by Eminem. Watch out for the magazine due out on March 11th.
Jimmy Iovine and Dr Dre held their Beats Music launch party in LA on Friday night for one of the highest profile pre-grammy parties. The show saw performances from Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Cypress Hill, Diddy, Method Man and Redman, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Busta Rhymes, Mase, Scarface, Nas and more. Eminem closed out the show with his performance of “Lose Yourself” which you can see above. Elliott Wilson and Rap-Up were in the audience to capture some of the performances and update their instagram. Check out some more performances below.