"How nigga? My last album was The Chronic." Sure, it took Dre almost seven years to follow up his classic debut with another album, but along the way, he became one of the industry's biggest moguls.
During the time when the BET Hip-Hop Awards were being filmed in Atlanta, a few weeks ago, reports started circulating that Flint, Michigan native Jon Connor had signed to Dr. Dre's Aftermath label.
Aftermath Entertainment posted this picture today of "Something Big Is Coming" with Eminem's name in the middle of it. A picture speaks a thousand words right? A few weeks back we heard that Eminem will be releasing a new album this year in 2013, but now
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