Eminem’s newly released, already platinum album, “Marshall Mathers LP 2“, is in stores now.
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Eminem Sits Down With Zane Lowe and Talks MMLP2, Recording Process, and Inspiration In Part 1 of 4 of the Interview
In similar fashion with Kanye West and Hov, Zane sits down with Mr. Mathers and talk about how performing has changed, how “Rap God” was a freestyle, how the records of “MMLP2” came about and when he decided to go in that direction of recording the album, how working with Rick Rubin came about, and more. Stay tuned for upcoming parts of the interview as they’re released. ”MMLP2″ is available now.
Eminem and Slaughterhouse are no strangers to stepping into the BET studios and wrecking every mic they have. Em and Slaughterhouse team stop by “The Backroom” to drop a cypher with Big Tig. You already know what it is!
After a few years of missing on the music scene, Eminem is finally back with his new album, which is a follow up to the critically acclaimed “Marshall Mathers LP”. Features and appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Skylar Grey, Rihanna & more. In stores November 5th. Hit the jump to listen to the album.
Like almost everyone, I was very disappointed by “Berzerk”. So with this new track titled “Rap God”, I was sort of skeptical. But then again, I forgot it was Eminem. Marshall Mathers is really back with this one!
Eminem has been keeping himself relevant with the upcoming release of his new album “The Marshall Mathers LP 2″ but now he shares with us the visual for one of the cuts off the album, just about a month after he dropped “Bezerk”. MMLP2 will be released on November 5, 2013.
A few weeks ago, Eminem announced that he was releasing a part two of the critically acclaimed “Marshall Mathers LP”as well as the first single “Bezerk”. Now today he gives us the artwork for the album, which is identical to the house that was on the cover to part 1. MMLP2 will be released November 5th and will be executively produced by Dr. Dre and Rick Ruben. You can be sure to expect another single to come sometime in between now and then.
Marshall brings forth some interesting visuals (with appearances from Slaughterhouse, Rick Rubin, Kendrick Lamar and more) for the lead single off of his upcoming album “Marshall Mathers LP 2″, which is set for an early November release. Is the real slim shady back?
After previewing the track a short time ago for the Call of Duty: Ghosts reveal trailer, Em emancipates the full version of the track.
From the Marcy Projects in Brooklyn New York, to at one point, being the face of the Brooklyn Nets, Shawn ‘Jay-Z’ Carter is the epitome of making it in America and living the “American Dream”. It takes a lot of work to go from pushing cocaine in the streets to becoming a part of mostly everyone’s top 5 emcees of all time. Jay’s body of work has always reflected his current phase of life and where his mind was/is at. In three days, Hov is dropping his forthcoming album, “Magna Carta Holy Grail”, via Samsung SIII and S4 owners. All you have to do is download the app and the album will be available in MP3 downloadable format come Independence Day. The album will be available in all formats a few days later. With Blueprint 3 not exactly living up to the “classic” stature most of us anticipated, Hip Hop heads alike feel that it’s due time for another classic LP from Hovito. Aside from the fact that Jay is dropping this album in a few days, us at CSNW decided to compile our favorite Jay tracks from his extensive catalog and share it with all of you. “No New Rules” is the most ample compilation of Jay’s work on the internet at 115 tracks and it’s at a price everyone loves, free 99. Tape includes appearances from J. Cole, Kanye West, The Notorious B.I.G., Rick Ross, Dr. Dre, Pharrell Williams, Rakim, Beyonce, Mary J. Blige, Foxy Brown, Swizz Beatz, Young Jeezy, NaS, Trey Songz, Beanie Sigel, DMX, Kendrick Lamar, Memphis Bleek, UGK, Frank Ocean, Eminem, Lupe Fiasco, Ne-Yo, The LOX, Twista, Amil & many more. Hit the jump for full tracklist and download.
The deeper we get into those sidewalk cracks and into the mind of the young hustler trying to find his fortune there, the closer we get to the ultimate human story, the story of struggle, which is what defines us all. – Shawn ‘Jay-Z’ Carter