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Rapper, Eminem Just dropped a sequel album, ‘Music To Be Murdered By’ Side B (Deluxe Edition) to end out the year, and it’s Music Assent approved. This 16 track album includes features from Ty Dolla $ign, Dr. Dre, Skylar Gray, and others.

This is the rapper’s second surprise album of 2020. The first part of this sequel album was released back in January; Featuring, Anderson Paak, Young M.A, Don Toliver, and the late Juice Wrld,“Godzilla”. The album is currently ranked #1 on the Billboard 200.

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Check OUT Eminem‘s ‘Music To Be Murdered By-Side B’(Deluxe Edition) HERE!

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4 thoughts on “Eminem DROPS Sequel Album, ‘Music To Be Murdered By’ SideB (Deluxe Edition) To Close Out The Year!

  1. One of the main sources that has driven rumors of the upcoming album is cover art that is floating around on the internet. The album cover features Eminem in a similar Alfred Hitchcock-esque pose, rocking a fedora with a crow on his shoulder. The cover reads There is also a tracklist going around and more details that purport the album will feature 12 songs and will be 47 minutes in length. According to this alleged tracklist, Cordae, Boogie, Royce 5 9 and more will be on the album. However, one of the people who is listed on the tracklist, White Gold, has denied the authenticity of the document.

  2. Throughout the course of the 16 new tracks, Eminem name-drops everyone from Rihanna (to which he apologizes on the song Zeus for insensitive lyrics he rapped about Chris Brown assaulting her in a leaked song in 2019) to the late famed film director Alfred Hitchcock (who Em takes inspiration from for the project) to rap greats like Dr. Dre, Big Daddy Kane and De La Soul, among others, and even Santa Claus and Jeffrey Dahmer, plus many more. Em has largely kept a low profile as the world has been falling apart in 2020. Speculation arose that a new Slim Shady project would be dropping last weekend after the cover art for the new LP began circulating on the internet. The artwork features a darkened image of the Detroit rapper wearing a fedora with a crow on his shoulder, in a similar vein to the Alfred Hitchcock-themed original cover art. A purported tracklist also hit the internet, which was shot down by at least one of the artists that was featured on it.

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