To commemorate the Detroit Tigers’ return to the World Series, Eminem is releasing a limited edition cap resembling the Tigers’ own cap. Instead, we have a backwards E that resembles the Tigers’ D, and on the side we see the years in which Eminem has dropped an album. The list starts in 1996 with Infinite and ends in 2013. So it’s only fair to assume that we’re getting a new Eminem album in the coming year. Stay tuned Stans. In the meantime, buy the hat here.
For a limited time only in honor of the big games and the hometown team’s return to The D we are pleased to offer the Eminem Baseball Tribute Hat in both home and away colors. Side panel is dedicated to the landmark Eminem solo albums. A portion of the proceeds will go to The Marshall Mathers Foundation.
Montreality recently caught up with Tech N9ne on his Strange tour bus. Before talking about his dream collabos, Tech rocked out to some System Of A Down. Afterwards, Tech talked about his Boiling Point EP, his son rapping, his last conversation with Lil Wayne, his acting career, and of course, his dream collabos.
Tech N9ne revealed that he would like to work with Rick Ross and Eminem. “I always wanted to do [a song] with Eminem, ’cause I want to hear myself with who I deem the best lyricist that I’ve heard.”
Eminem graces the latest cover of Vibe magazine (Oct/Noc 2012) as they highlight the 10th anniversary of Eminem’s movie 8 Mile. You can read the full cover story here.
Everyone loves a good meme. But for us hip-hop’ers, there’s nothing better than a funny, clever, and sometimes cruel hip-hop meme directed at our favorite artists. It’s always fun to see our rappers in different lights where they aren’t always so damn cool. Since we don’t live with them, we clown on them through memes. Therefore, I’ve scoured the internet and compiled a list of some of the most killer hip-hop memes. All for your point-and-laugh pleasure.
Eminem and his Slaughterhouse boys are currently out in Japan on a 2-show tour. During last night’s show at the QVC Marine Field, Shady brought out The Doc during his performance of “My Name Is.” Dre then performed “The Next Episode.”
Hit the jump for footage of Eminem’s performance in Osaka where he performed “Stan,” “Lose Yourself,” “Without Me” and “Sing For The Moment.”
Yes, Eminem is going to Japan. Slaughterhouse will open for Shady as he performs 2 shows in the country. Find more info here.
Eminem and Slaughterhouse graced the stage at the Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC last night for a performance at the G-Shock 30th anniversary party.
Slaughterhouse performed their tracks including My Life and Throw It Away before bringing out Eminem. Shady hit the stage to perform many of his hits including ‘My Name Is’, ‘The Way I Am’, ‘I Need A Doctor’, ‘No Love’, ‘Won’t Back Down’, ‘Lose Yourself’, and more. Check out more footage after the jump courtesy of IllHype.
Eminem and Slaughterhouse turned up to Sway’s Shade 45 radio show for an interview before the release of their mixtape and upcoming album, welcome to: Our House. Album is due out on August 28.
They spoke about their recording process and previewed a new track “Goodbye” produced by Boi-1da.
Eminem called into Nick Craig on Detroit’s Channel 95.5 to talk about his relationship with 50 Cent, finishing the Slaughterhouse album, having 60 million FB likes and working on his own album.
Slaughterhouse’s album Welcome To: Our House drops on August 28th.
50 Cent & Eminem will be featured in a film titled How To Make Money Selling Drugs. The film produced by Adrian Grenier will debut at the Toronto film festival this September.
The trailer switches from “war on drugs” documentary to “drug dealing for dummies” handbook and at times it even looks like an infomercial. The latter aspect of the movie is bound to rile up some controversy.