Eminem and Dr. Dre might be releasing new music this week
A new Slim Shady and D-R-E collaboration could be on the cards
According to Illa Da Producer, Eminem's Bodied soundtrack is arriving at the end of this week and rumour has it a new track that features both Eminem and Dr. Dre will be on it.
Having worked with Shady on numerous occasions - most recently on songs "Offended", "The Ringer" and "Normal" taken from the rapper's platinum-selling Kamikaze album - Illa teased in an Instagram Live video that we could expect to hear Bodied pretty soon.
When asked about what Em's been cooking up, Illa plays coy. "I ain't spilling no beans," he says. "We'll see about that Bodied soundtrack. It's coming out Friday."
Airing the Insta video on October 28th, it would make sense that the Friday he's taking about is November 2nd. "You know if I've got one on there, it's gon' go crazy."
As for Dre's involvement, rumours that Dr Dre would feature on a track with Em have been doing the rounds for a while. Starting when James Larese, the director of Em's "Lucky You" music video shared a series of posts online that fans think have something to do with a yet-to-be-seen video from the rapper.
One of the photos shows plans and notes that mention Denaun, aka D12's Mr. Porter, who is rumoured to be featured on a song with Eminem. It also shows the initials 'DD'' which many are speculating stands for Dr. Dre.
The last time Slim Shady and the good doctor traded verses was on "Medicine Man", taken from Dre's 2015 album Compton.
Other Eminem collaborations rumoured to be happening include the rapper teaming up with Anderson .Paak and Shady Records artist Boogie, and then it's being reported that Em could also be working with Dre and 50 Cent, as notes from the same post mention a 'three headed monster.'
The director of the "Lucky You" video has finished shooting a mystery music video for Eminem. Two helicopters were spotted circling the Empire State Building and rumours spread that Em was shooting a new video. The director posted this photo of the plans for the video. pic.twitter.com/M4zEzsbK9Z
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