Eminem is regarded as one of the most prominent rappers of all time. The Detroit rapper has a long list of accomplishments behind him. Eminem is now all set to drop a second greatest hits album later this summer.
Eminem has revealed that Curtain Call 2, his second greatest hits album, will be released later this summer. It will include music from Relapse onward, as well as songs from side projects, cameos, and movie soundtracks, among other things. Curtain Call: The Hits, the Detroit rapper’s debut greatest-hits album, was released in 2005.
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In addition to the project’s availability on streaming services, Eminem is also releasing a limited edition box set and a constrained number of autographed vinyl records. Both are going to be accessible on Eminem.com. Five full-length solo studio albums by Eminem have been released since Relapse, including Recovery (2010), The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (2013), Revival (2017), Kamikaze (2018), and Music to Be Murdered By (2020).
The collection will also contain one song that has never been released before. More information about the music is expected in the upcoming weeks, according to a press statement accompanying the news. The news was announced soon after Eminem’s most recent song, “From the D to the LBC,” a joint effort with Snoop Dogg, was made public in June during a Bored Ape NFT event. Recently, Eminem and CeeLo Green collaborated on the Elvis biopic “The King and I” for Baz Luhrmann. Check out his tweet below.
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