Eminem Talks 50 Cent, Slaughterhouse, and New Album

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On Wednesday, Eminem phoned into Detroit radio station Channel 955 to promote the upcoming Slaughterhouse album Welcome to: Our House, due August 28. While in the studio with his Bad Meets Evil partner-in-rhyme Royce da 5 ’9”, Em spoke about his friendship with 50 Cent, his role as executive producer on the Slaughterhouse project (“I think that this is one of those things that hip-hop needs right now”), and getting started on his eighth solo record, which does not have a release date. But his main priority these days is getting his Shady Records label back on track.

Read some of the highlights from the interview below.

On his relationship with 50 Cent: “Ever since we started making music with Fif, it was always like a mutual respect thing and we became friends outside of the music. 50 is very big on the business aspects of his career. I would consider him a smart businessman. Not saying that I’m not, but I don’t get into as much of the technical aspect in the business sense. I have no idea what’s going on—ever. I don’t even know where I’m at right now.”

On his next album and the Slaughterhouse record: “I actually started my album, but I haven’t fully went in yet because I’ve been finishing up this Slaughterhouse record. I kinda been really hands-on with this album for the past year. This has kinda been a pet project for me. I kinda been executive producing, producing, co-producing, mixing—very hands-on with it and just really involved. We’re actually finishing up today. We’re handing the album in today. … Oh my album? I don’t have a date yet.”

On his Shady Records roster: “Me and Royce had been friends for a long time. As far as the Slaughterhouse project, that was one of the things. I’ve always respected Royce as an artist as well, so when we started this group and got these guys together it was kinda like one of those things where… I’m very into the technical aspect of lyrics. And Yelawolf to me is a very technical artist—Royce, Joell, all the guys from Slaughterhouse are very into the technical aspect too. It’s fun for me to be able to hear the different pockets that these guys get in with flows. I’m really into that.”

On the 10th anniversary of 8 Mile and future acting plans: “That’s crazy. Nah, I don’t really have any plans to do that as of yet. I’ve been really into just the music. I’ve been really focused on that and trying to get the label back in a place where we want it to be.”

[Rap Radar via Channel 955]



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30 Comments

  1. Christian

    A new Eminem album…best news I’ve heard all day.

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  2. Winston Churchill

    Eminem The G.O.A.T.

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  3. Ant21

    nice.

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  4. Hugh

    KING

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  5. Theman

    Em >>>>>>>

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  6. realhiphop

    eminem the best inda game

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  7. TheDreamer

    Need new album!!

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  8. OnOne

    I guess i got some time to do what u losers do best, THIS dude is the biggest gimmick ever only nice song he did was toy soldiers, well this is a very sad way to waste my time really any way is the true.

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    Ant21 Reply:

    @OnOne, pressed much?

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    avr Reply:

    @OnOne, dude u hav no life u prob a wayne fan hatin cause deep down u know ems way way beta

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    jasmine Reply:

    i love you Eminem

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  9. Claudia

    Can’t wait! I hope there will be no collaboration with Rihanna and similar singers.

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    realforsure Reply:

    @Claudia, Same thoughts for me !

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    Roc it to the D to the GLMO Reply:

    @Claudia, shut your dumb butt up

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  10. Natalia K.

    I can’t wait! Collab with Dr Dre

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  11. Young Pereezy YMCMB-MMG

    I Really Need Some New shit From Shady

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  12. jus4u

    i pray this album will be a lot harder than recovery..I jus hope!

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    jan Reply:

    @jus4u, dude u do know about hell the sequel right?

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  13. jus4u

    and pray his singles r more hip hop instead of pop please b hip hop em.

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  14. Jay

    Sweet! In my eyes Em is one of the greatest rappers of all time! Recovery is still one of my favorite albums. :)

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  15. mimim

    I love you Eminem

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  16. ail

    the legend of 8mlie – Eminem

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  17. Roc it to the D to the GLMO

    awsome can’t wait rather it Feat Rihanna or not or another R&B singer. the hater need shut up

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  18. c - rok

    eminam is awsome man he is the best rapper

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  19. Sejotas

    A collaboration with Hospin and/or Techn9ne…Shit will be ridiculous. I will slap my grandmother silly with excitement!

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  20. mcmeekin

    Yah, em’ needs 2 get yelawolf, wayne, tech n9ne and dre on his solo.. I can already tell its gonna be the shit. And on some real shit.. all u haters need 2 stay off these fuckin sites if all u gonna do is post stupid shit like WHAT U THINK cuz no one gives a damn.

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  21. evin

    Eminem = real rap………. love u!!!!!!!

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  22. salem

    Tak meget smuk sang Hahq Eminem Jeg elsker dig, og jeg er ligesom dig

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  23. Slim Shady

    Enough with the Pop shit, this album must have some Hip Hop on it and to those who say ‘Recovery is the best!’ I bet you haven’t heard any of his old shit and mix tapes? I thought not, and you call yourself a fan.

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  24. shady fanatic

    Em is the the greatest of all time (G.O.A.T) no 1 comes close to him from slim shady LP 2 hell the sequel he took the world by storm .. Can’t wait 2 hear more .. Jah rule and jermain dupree was destroid by em so shut the hell up …

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