The US rapper dropped it Lollapalooza Brazil
Eminem surprised his audience last night (March 12) by playing his old track ‘Fack’ for the first time live.
The US rapper was performing at Brazil’s Lollapalooza festival when he decided to drop the 2005 tune, which is featured on his 11-year-old LP ‘Curtain Call: The Hits’. The record featured a compilation of his singles, as well as a live version of ‘Stan’ and three new songs, one of which is ‘Fack’.
One fan filmed a short clip of ‘Fack’ at Lollapalooza and Eminem’s manager (and Shady Records co-founder) Paul Rosenberg posted a video of the performance with from his viewpoint at the back of the stage on Instagram.
Watch both clips below:
The Detroit rapper announced the news on Twitter on March 4 and shared a link for fans to sign up and get more information on the release.
“#SSLP Cassette re-issue coming soon http://shady.sr/SSLP” Eminem wrote on Twitter.
The link leads to a website where Eminem fans can sign up to receive a newsletter. In addition to the album re-release, there will also be ‘Slim Shady LP’ merchandise available.
‘The Slim Shady LP’ was released in 1999 and features the songs ‘My Name Is,’ ‘Just Don’t Give A Fuck’ and ‘Guilty Conscience’, featuring Dr Dre.