May 26, 2011 12:31

Eminem to release Bad Meets Evil EP in June – audio

Rapper putting out new music with Detroit cohort Royce Da 5’9

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Eminem is set to release his new EP on June 13, in collaboration with rapper Royce Da 5’9 under the name Bad Meets Evil. Listen to the first track from the EP, 'Fast Lane', by clicking below.

The pair originally worked together in the late 1990s in their native Detroit but fell out as Eminem’s career was taking off. They reconciled in 2006 after the death of mutual friend and D-12 rapper Proof and entered the studio together late last year.

The EP does not have a title yet but is confirmed to feature guest appearances from rap producer Bangledesh and Mobb Deep’s Havoc.

Eminem returns to the UK this summer to headline the Tennent's Vital festival in Northern Ireland and England's V Festival in August.

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