It has been three years since we last heard a new Eminem song. The Marshall Mathers LP 2 was released in 2013. And that’s all we ever heard from the Rap God. Since then, there are speculations that an Eminem new album 2017 is on the works, but nothing has been confirmed except for a few jokes.
Fans are eagerly awaiting what’s in store for Success, Eminem’s supposedly ninth album. The release dates, tracks, and collaborations are all up in the air, but this does not stop fans from hoping that they’ll get to hear a new track this year.
What’s the latest about Eminem new album 2017?
Not much has been heard about the possible release date of Eminem new album 2017. The last thing we heard about it was when Eminem himself talked about a possible track during an interview with DJ Whoo Kid and Paul Rosenberg on Shade’s 45 Hannukah Radio Special. They talked about everything—from football to music to his new track.
He teased a little line from his new song. The line goes something like this: “Tell me what time, what time, what time/What time are you s****n’ it? What time you s****n’ it?” He did not reveal much about this new song, and whether or not it’s complete and ready for recording.
What he shared to the hosts is that the track is “super flattering and cool,” and that it will be a “pretty big record.” Before the release of his new track, Campaign Speech, he also revealed that he’s working on a new album.
Eminem’s album will be released on Jan. 25?
How true is it that Eminem’s new album will be released this Jan. 25? If there is any truth to this rumor at all, we are sure we have heard about it by now. Jan. 25 is less than 10 days away, after all. For three years, fans have waited for any peep about Eminem’s new song.
If it is true that we’ll be seeing a Jan. 25 album release, we’re sure it’s going to be a massive event. Until Eminem new album 2017. We have to content ourselves with listening over and over again with the Love The Way You Lie rapper’s old songs.
Eminem – When I'm Gone pic.twitter.com/iggigHoPri
— Rap Archives (@RapArchives) January 16, 2017