Eminem reportedly working on new D12 music

Rapper is said to have contributed three new tracks to new project from Detroit group

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Eminem is reportedly working on new music with D12.

The rapper, who released 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2' in 2013, is believed to have contributed to three new tracks from the Detroit collective, their first new music in a decade. The news comes from a profile of producer Mark Bass in the Detroit Free Press, in which his upcoming projects are detailed.

Bass, who produced Eminem's singles 'Without Me' and 'Lose Yourself' among other work with the rapper, also worked with D12. In the piece, it is claimed by the writer that Bass "says he has also been mixing new material by the mercurial funk-pop giant Sly Stone with members of the original Family Stone band, along with new D12 tracks, including three with Eminem".

D12?s last album, 'D12 World', was released in 2004. However, the group have been quiet since the murder of group member Proof in 2006. The rapper was shot dead in an incident at a Detroit nightclub.

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