Eminem fans go wild as he releases surprise album Music To Be Murdered By – Side B

EMINEM has dropped a brand new album, 11 months after releasing another surprise album.

The rapper has teamed up with long time collaborator Dr. Dre for two tracks, Guns Blazing and Discombobulated, on Music To Be Murdered By Side B, as well as stars including Ty Dolla $ign, DJ Premier, and Skylar Gray.

The 16 tracks on Side B feature 13 full songs and three skits, including references to the ongoing coronavrus pandemic.

"Eminem is having fun making music again and that makes me happy," tweeted one fan.

"Em been through absolute hell to get to the place he’s at today and it’s beautiful to see him enjoying his craft. It don’t really matter what anyone thinks about the music, it’s a blessing he’s here to create it."

Others called him the "undisputed GOAT", while one fan shared a meme purporting to show Pope Francis holding up the album.

Eminem – real name Marshall Mathers – dropped Side A on January 17, which featured collabs with Juice WRLD, Ed Sheeran, Young M.A, Anderson .Paak and Dre.

The Stan rapper has become fond in recent years of surprising fans with new music or appearances.

In 2018 he also surprise dropped the album Kamikaze, and in February 2020 he performed at the Oscars, 17 years after winning best original song for Lose Yourself in the film 8 Mile.

Despite rehearsals, the performance was kept under wraps and came as a big shock to viewers.

Eminem's successful year has also been hit with legal battles, however, as an obsessed Stan faces prison for stalking and breaking and entering into his Michigan property.

Matthew David Hughes, who is accused of smashing a window to enter Marshall Mather's home in Clinton Township Michigan, was captured on a ring doorbell months earlier, allegedly lurked outside the rapper’s door months before breaking in.

In disturbing footage from June 2019, a man believed to be Hughes can be seen wearing a dark gray hoodie and pacing outside the Michigan property.

According to reports, he was sentenced to 90 days in jail and fines totaling nearly $1,400 but failed to pay before an arrest warrant was issued.

The video was released in Macomb County District Court as Hughes faces charges for home invasion and malicious destruction of property for allegedly using a brick to smash one of Eminem's windows on April 5 2020.





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