Eminem New Album 2013 [UPDATE]: Labor Day Release On Sept. 2, New Tracks To Debut In NYC August 7, Kanye West Disses Detroit Rapper?
By Staff Writer | August 05, 2013 02:38 AM EDT
Eminem new album 2013 gets an unofficial release date of Sept. 2, which is Labor Day. This is a way to end the summer and start the fall time with the Detroit rapper's eight-studio album and new music is coming as soon as August 7.
On Wednesday, Eminem will lay down new tracks for this upcoming, untitled album at the "Shock the World" party in New York City. It will be new songs that he performs, which are expected to be on the 2013 new album.
This latest rumor of Eminem's new album for 2013 is new, but coincides with what the "Loose Yourself" singer's manager and president of Shady Records Paul Rosenberg told Rolling Stone in February that Labor Day was where the target date.
"We fully expect to be releasing a new Eminem album in 2013. He's been working on it for some time," Rosenberg told Rolling Stone. "It's safe to say that it will be post-Memorial Day at some point, but we're not exactly sure when. We've got some dates locked in for him to perform live in Europe in August, so we're trying to see what else lines up."
In other Eminem news, an alleged recorded conversation with Kanye West in 2009 about what happened at the MTV Video Music Awards. Part of the conversation shows an alleged West talking bad about Eminem, which was before they recorded "Forever" together with Drake and Lil Wayne.
[A male voice asks], "How the f#ck did Eminem get the Best Hip-Hop song in 2008?"] Eminem won Best Video! Rap Video! Yo, when he wont that s#it, I was so happy. I was so happy I [unclear - "ran all this s#it," maybe]. I said, "Ni##a, I'm gon' do this until y'all put a bullet in my head. I'm runnin' up to y'all, put a..." [tape cuts]" the Gawker reported about the diner in 2009 following the MTV VMA's.
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