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Dr. Dre Drops News About Eminem’s Upcoming Album Release

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Exciting news for Eminem fans! Dr. Dre has confirmed that the Detroit legend is set to release a new album later this year. Dre shared the exciting update during his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live alongside longtime friends Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent on Tuesday (March 19).

“Eminem is working on his own album which is coming out this year and I actually talked to him and he said it was okay for me to make that announcement right here on this show,” Dre announced.

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He also mentioned that he has contributed songs to the album and described it as amazing. “I’ve got songs on it and it’s fire. I’m actually going to hear the entire album for the first time tomorrow.”

Dre added, “[Eminem] holds his music close to his chest so I haven’t heard everything. I haven’t even heard everything complete that I’ve done, but I’m going to hear and he’s putting out an album this year”.

It’s been over four years since Eminem’s last full album, “Music To Be Murdered By.” The project released in January 2020 debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart and featured collaborations with artists like Ed Sheeran, Young M.A, Royce Da 5’9, Black Thought, Joell Ortiz, KXNG Crooked.

During the conversation with Kimmel, Dre also shared details about his upcoming album with Snoop Dogg titled “Missionary,” which they are currently finishing up. According to Snoop, Dre is set to begin mixing the project in mid-April.

“The first album I’ve done with Snoop was in 1993 and it’s the only album i have ever produced for Snoop,” Dre explained. “30 years ago, so now, believe it or not we’re getting together again and we’re almost done with the album.  The first one was called Doggystyle so we decided to flip it and call this one missionary.”

Additionally, fans can expect a guest appearance from 50 Cent on the upcoming album. These updates came shortly after Dre received a star on the esteemed Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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During his acceptance speech, Dre addressed the crowd, saying, “I’m incredibly grateful for your support throughout the years. Most of us have grown up together. And at nearly 60 years old, you’re still rocking with me, and I really appreciate that. Thank you so much. Which is really good, because I’m nowhere near done. You better believe there’s a lot more coming.”

Watch the full interview below.

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