Eminem joined by 50 Cent and Dr Dre at joint Detroit show with Jay-Z

Rapper kicks off US tour at Comerica Park

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Eminem was joined by 50 Cent and Dr. Dre as he kicked off his joint US tour with Jay-Z last night (September 2) at Detroit's Comerica Park.

After a support slot from B.O.B, Jay-Z played his set, then Eminem performed 33 songs or part-songs, reports Billboard.com.

Detroit rapper Trick Trick joined him onstage for 'Welcome 2 Detroit', while Eminem's band D12 came on for 'Fight Music', 'Purple Pills' and 'My Band'.

B.O.B returned to the stage to play 'Airplanes Pt. II', while Drake came on to help perform a rendition of his song 'Forever'. 50 Cent rapped with Eminem on 'Patiently Waiting', then took over to play his songs 'I Get Money' and 'In Da Club' along with Lloyd Banks.

Later on Dr. Dre appeared with Eminem for 'Still Dre' and 'Nuthin' But A 'G' Thing', with Eminem leading crowd chants for 'Detox', Dre's long-awaited new album. "I'm coming!" Dre replied.

Eminem also played a number of his own hits, including 'My Name Is', 'The Real Slim Shady' and 'Without Me'.

Jay-Z and Eminem play the same venue tonight.

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