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More news on Eminem's new album!


Does Eminem know how to make a comeback or does he know how to make a comeback? He's giving his patient fans more than what they bargained for. Interscope Records announced Thursday (March 5) that Slim Shady is dropping two albums this year, Relapse and Relapse 2.

Continuing:

The first LP has been slated for May 19, with a single and video premiering on radio and television airwaves on April 7. It sounds like this record will be in addition to "Crack a Bottle," which has already gone #1. The video for that hit should drop soon.

Relapse 2 doesn't have a release date yet, but in a statement, Em said that he's currently in the studio working on that project and it will come out in the second half of this year.

"A lot of people were expecting Relapse to drop last year," Eminem said in the press release. "I was one of them. Then Dre and I went back in the studio in September for a few days, and that turned into six months. We were on such a roll; we wound up with a ton of new music produced by Dre. Putting out Relapse 2 will let everyone get all of the best stuff."

It's been more than four years since Eminem's last solo LP, Encore. Verses, let alone full songs, from the acclaimed star have been sparse. Last year, Eminem dropped a freestyle called "I'm Having a Relapse" while promoting his autobiography, "Eminem: The Way I Am." The rhymes were crisp and let everyone know he wasn't missing a step.

Besides re-emerging as an artist, the Detroit rap legend will have his hands full as an executive this year. 50 Cent told MTV News last week that he plans to put out his Before I Self Destruct album this summer on the heels of Relapse. 50 Cent said he was waiting for Dr. Dre to finish up with Eminem so they could complete work on Self Destruct.

Interscope didn't clarify what the announcement of Relapse 2 might mean for the release of Dre's upcoming Detox. Several unfinished tracks from Dre's record have already leaked. A handful of the bootlegged songs feature T.I. referencing vocals for the Doc.

While May 19 was also the last scheduled release date for Lil Wayne's rock-oriented Rebirth album, a label spokesperson told MTV News on Thursday that the album was recently moved to "TBD."

Source: MTV


05 May 2009 by News Team



by Baruna @ 18 Dec 2015 11:45 am
If my client were cutlenrry active in relapse, I would initially attend to her self-blame and loss of perceived control. Witkiewitz and Marlatt call this the abstinence violation effect which often occurs after a lapse in behavior, thus further contributing to any negative affect that is already present within the individual, and potentially increasing the likelihood of continuing to use. Once this aspect of relapse is discussed in an open manner, I think I would want to explore the chronic relapse vulnerabilities that are unique to the client in order to help facilitate further education and awareness about one's recovery process. Attending to such vulnerabilities could increase the subsequent length of sobriety; and this process could include determining one's baseline level of self-efficacy and motivation, in addition to exploring current outcome expectancies and how altering those could produce positive results in maintaining abstinence in the future. I think it is also important to discuss the high risk situations that are unique to the client (being around friends who use, hanging out in old neighborhoods where the client has used, etc) while also being open about how non-linear the process of relapse can be and thus focusing on what can be controlled by the client on a routine basis.