Rolling Stones magazine today reported that Detroit rapper Eminem has started work on his next solo record. The album will be his first solo venture for a few years, since 2010’s Recovery, and will be the followup to Hell The Sequel, the debut from his collaborative project with Royce da 5’9″ in the form of Bad Meets Evil. In the mean time Eminem is also completing work on a new album from the hip-hop group Slaughterhouse, which is due out June 12th. Are you an Eminem fan?
“I’m kinda getting into my next record a little bit,” the rapper said in an interview with Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg this morning. The man who revealed that he was seriously bullied as a child and teen, and whose real name is Marshall, has been very busy making music of late, but he hasn’t done his own solo work for a while. He has been acting as the executive producer for the band Slaughterhouse’s new record, Welcome To: Our House, and collaborated with the rapper Royce da 5’9″ but for the past 2 years, Eminem hasn’t released, or spoken about, his own solo work. We don’t yet know what he is working on or what sort of time frame he is planning, but we do know that there will be some new sounds from the Detroit rapper in the near future. Are you an Eminem fan?0