Eminem is a Hip Hop legend as far as I’m concerned, and our Detroit MC is  talking about  his new album that’s finally in the works.  He called into his Shade 45 radio channel and spoke about a number of topics, including his upcoming album with Dr. Dre, his appearance in Ice-T’s Art of Rap documentary, an upcoming tour and more!

Here’s a little bit of what Em said:

“What I usually do is I’ll get going you know and kind of start going in a certain direction or whatever, and just record what I’m feeling or whatever,” he continued. “I get a few songs, and then I get kind of a direction, and then I’ll go see Dre and fill in some of those pieces.

“You know, Dre will listen and I’ll see what he thinks I’m missing or you know I might come to him and say ‘I think I’m missing this kind of record’ or ‘what if I went in this direction’ or whatever.”

As the topic changed to Eminem’s appearance in Ice-T’s recently released Art of Rap documentary, longtime manager Paul Rosenberg revealed that there would be more unseen and extended footage of the two Hip-Hop icons released later this year. ”That documentary was fun because doing sh*t like that, I can talk about Rap all day, so I probably could have went on and I think I actually went on longer then that actual piece was.”

I don’t care if Eminem takes 2 years to make a new album! As long as he’s talking about it, we know it’s coming! Until then here’s one of my favorites! Enjoy.


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