Rapper 50 Cent has released a music video for his new single “My Life”, which will be on his fifth studio album Street King Immortal (out Feb. 26th, 2013). The song features Eminem and Maroon 5‘s Adam Levine. You can purchase it on iTunes.
The video shows 50 Cent and a friend driving a car around what looks like Detroit while a helicopter chases them. Meanwhile, Eminem is running through fields while, yup, a helicopter chases him. And as for Adam Levine? He stands around singing the chorus while helicopter lights circle around him. You can check it out below. READ MORE
Skylar Grey has released a lyric video for her latest song “C’mon Let Me Ride”, which features Detroit rapper Eminem. The song will be available for purchase on Dec. 11th. You can watch a lyric video below.
Aside from the incredibly blatant lyrics (seriously, there is no subtly whatsoever), the lyric video makes it even more abundantly clear that this song is about sex. Instead of writing the lyrics in the form of a bicycle during the chorus, the wheels turn out to be the testicles to a penis and during the part where she sings, “I feel it comin’, comin’, comin’“, the screen splatters with white, semen-esque droplets. Oh, and then Eminem comes in comparing his penis to Godzilla. Yeah.
Is the song catchy? Kinda. Is it going to be a radio hit? Most likely. Should people be incredibly ashamed that this is what passes for popular mainstream tastes? One hundred precent yes. READ MORE
Detroit rapper Eminem confirmed in an interview with Hot 97′s Peter Rosenberg that he is beginning to work on a new solo album, the follow-up to 2010′s Recovery. Although he hasn’t said that recording has officially begun, he has stated that, “”I’m kinda getting into my next record a little bit.” You can watch video of the interview below.
Eminem also confirmed that the hip-hop supergroup Slaughterhouse, which is comprised of Royce Da 5’9″, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, and Crooked I, will be performing at the Hot 97 Summer Jam on June 3rd at the Metlife Stadium. You can still snag tickets here. READ MORE
Eminem and Royce Da 5’9″, who haven’t collaborated since D12, are putting out Hell: The Sequel, an EP under the moniker Bad Meets Evil. The EP comes out next week on the 14th. After the jump, you can check out a very cool looking video for Fast Lane.
Usually I’m pretty up to date with the underground scene but somehow underground Cali artist Hopsin fell under even my radar till now. The CD is titled ‘Raw’ and that says it all. Check out the review after the jump.
Slash has debuted a new music video for the song, ‘Beautiful Dangerous’, which features Fergie (Black Eyed Peas) on vocals. The video was directed by Rich Lee (Eminem, Norah Jones, Michael Buble, Evanescence) and is based on a treatment written by Fergie. Here are some quotes from Slash and Fergie:
“Fergie came up with the idea for the ‘Beautiful Dangerous’ video. I knew that the way she had it set up it was going to be a showcase for her to be really fucking awesome,” said the legendary guitarist.
“Well, I really just wanted to stalk him. I thought it would be great. Just a normal day at the office really. I’m going to have my way with him [in the video]. You’ll have to watch,” said Fergie. ”I thoroughly enjoyed playing the psychotic character.”
“If you’re going to be stalked by anybody, there’s nobody better to be stalked by then Fergie,” added Slash.
Having grown from a one day event in August 2009 to a two-day festival this year, EPICENTER Twenty Ten has been announced for Saturday, September 25 and Sunday, September 26 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA. It will feature an expanded area including accommodations for overnight festival camping.
The initial line-up for this year’s EPICENTER Twenty Ten musical celebration will include headliners Blink-182, Eminem, Kiss, Rise Against, along with Thirty Seconds To Mars, Bush, B.O.B., Bad Religion, Papa Roach, A Day To Remember, Suicidal Tendencies, The Black Pacific and many more. The multi-stage event will feature no schedule overlaps, allowing concert-goers to see every set throughout the weekend. Go to www.EpicenterFestival.com
for full lineups.
Many of these performances are unique to Southern California: EPICENTER Twenty Ten will mark Eminem’s first California concert since 2005; Blink-182’s only 2010 concert in North America; KISS’ only 2010 California appearance; Rise Against’s only concert in California this year; and the festival marks the first reunion show by Bush, who haven’t performed together since 2001.
Are you kidding me? From the mind of international Pop-Star, multi-Grammy winner, and the top selling artist of 2009 Eminem, comes the new horror franchise Shady Talez, a fictional horror comic-book that literally sucks it’s reader into it’s very pages. Each horror story is a wink at an original classic such as Christine, Aliens, and The Lost Boys while Eminem puts his own dark spin on the genre playing multiple characters and introducing new stories to the new horror generation. Kevin Grevioux (Underworld franchise) is penning the screenplay.