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Eminem In The Studio With Dr. Dre
But MTV News' 2010 Hottest MC in the Game also reveals he's considering 'taking a break.'
Eminem branched out on his hit comeback Recovery, taking a break from working mostly with mentor Dr. Dre and bringing in a whole new slate of producers who twisted up his sound and helped Slim Shady put together what is so far the best-selling album of 2010.
But after that brief detour, the Detroit MC is back to his old tricks, hooking up with Dre to record some new tracks. The rapper called in to Angela Yee's "The Morning After" show on the sixth anniversary of the launch of his Shade 45 Sirius satellite channel on Thursday and revealed that he and Dre are working on music together.
"I'm in the studio with Dre now, let's just say that," Em said, reluctant to cough up details on where the songs the pair are recording might end up. "Pretty soon he's going to make a beat and I might rap on it."
Not Afraid video from Eminem's new album Recovery:
21 Jun 2010 by News Team
1 Cold Wind Blows 2 Talkin' 2 Myself feat. Kobe 3 On Fire 4 Won't Back Down feat. P!NK 5 W.T.P. 6 Going Through Changes 7 Not Afraid 8 Seduction 9 No Love feat. Lil Wayne 10 Space Bound 11 Cinderella Man 12 25 to Life 13 So Bad 14 Almost Famous 15 Love the Way You Lie feat. Rihanna 16 You're Never Over
The iTunes Exclusive Deluxe Edition features 2 Exclusive Bonus Tracks + "Not Afraid" Video:
As previously reported, Eminem's new album "Recovery" has been released one day earlier than originally scheduled in the US. "It's true. RECOVERY goes on-sale Monday, 6/21 now" said Eminem's tweet.
So show your support to one of the greatest rappers of all time and grab your copy of Recovery today! Lets make this album go platinum together...
21 Jun 2010 by News Team
Eminem About Gay Marriage
EMINEM has thrown his support behind same-sex marriage in his home state of Michigan, following years of complaints from gay rights groups about his offensive lyrics.
The Slim Shady star has previously come under fire over his controversial songs and was targeted by campaigners last year (09) when he labeled homosexual singers Lance Bass, Adam Lambert and Clay Aiken "f**gots" in his track Elevator.
However, the star insists his outlook is "more mature" than in previous years - joking that if same-sex couples wish to marry, they have every right to be as "miserable" as their 'straight' counter-parts.