Meanwhile, the rapper will debut a new single called 'Berzerk' tomorrow (August 27)
Eminem has announced the release of a new album, titled ‘MMLP2’, on November 5.
The rapper shared the news in a video teaser that premiered at the MTV Video Music Awards in New York last night (August 25) and now appears on his official site – click ‘play’ above to watch it.
The teaser features a snippet of new music from Eminem and lists the album’s executive producers as Dr Dre and Rick Rubin. Meanwhile, a message on Eminem’s website announces that a new single called ‘Berzerk’ is “coming Tuesday” (August 27).
Eminem’s website is also streaming a new TV advert for Beats by Dr Dre headphones which stars Eminem and features a 30-second snippet from ‘Berzerk’ – scroll down and click ‘play’ to watch it.
‘MMPL2’ is Eminem’s follow-up to his 2010 album ‘Recovery’. The title ‘MMLP2’ suggests the album is conceived as a sequel to Eminem’s third studio set, 2000’s ‘The Marshall Mathers LP’, which remains the rapper’s bestselling album and is home to his classic tracks ‘Stan’, ‘The Way I Am’ and ‘The Real Slim Shady’.
The rapper performed all three tracks during his headline set at Leeds Festival last night (August 25), during which be brought out Dido to sing her part on ‘Stan’. Eminem was also joined on stage by the British singer during his headline set at Reading the previous night (August 24), which marked his return to the festival after 12 years.