Eminem revealed that he is working on a new solo LP. He also talked about his relationship with 50 Cent, and working on the Slaughterhouse album.
Following in the footsteps of Dr. Dre, who played a large role in Eminemâs breakout, Slim Shady plays an integral role in creating music not just for himself, but other artists signed to Shady Records.Â While itâs well-known that Em has playedÂ been well involvedÂ in the production of Slaughterhouseâs welcome to: Our House, he also revealed in an interview with Channel 955 in Detroit, that he is underway on his next solo effort, (from HipHopDX) âI actually started my album.â
Marshall hasnât fully immersed in his next album, as he is still putting the finishing touches on Slaughterhouseâs LP, which was recently pushed back a few weeks, â"But I havenât fully went in yet because Iâve been finishing up this Slaughterhouse record.â The Detroit legend said heâs been very âhands onâ for this project, âI've kind of been really hands-on with this album for the past year. This has kinda been a pet project for me. I've kind of been executive producing, producing, co-producing, mixingâvery hands-on with it and just really involved. Weâre actually finishing up today. Weâre handing the album in today."Â
Just as Dre worked with him, Em played an integral part in 50 Centâs development in the rap game.Â Shady mentioned how the two are close even outside of business, â[E]ver since we started making music with Fif, it was always like a mutual respect thing and we became friends outside of the music.â
The Shady Records honcho then praised 50 for his business savvy, showing the respect he has for the G-Unit leader, "50 is very big on the business aspects of his career. I would consider him a smart businessman. Not saying that Iâm not, but I donât get into as much of the technical aspect in the business sense.â
Unfortunately, Eminem did not elaborate on when his solo album would be released.Â