The star appears on a track on former Onyx star Sticky Fingaz' debut album...

EMINEM has returned to a former collaborator, appearing on a track by former ONYX member STICKY FINGAZ’s debut solo album ‘BLACK TRASH: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF KIRK JONES’.

The star, who Onyx has tagged “a nutcase, but cool” features on track ‘What If I Was White?’.

The pair initially got together, under the guidance of Dr Dre, in 1998. Sticky appeared on ‘Remember Me’ from Eminem’s debut ‘The Slim Shady LP’.

“I talked with Dr. Dre about a label deal and although I ended up on Universal,” Sticky told www.thesource.com. “Dre and I got along well. He put me in the studio with Snoop Dogg and also Eminem. When it came to doing my thing, I guess Eminem returned the compliment. We have a lot of mutual respect.”

A major video tie-in will accompany the audio release of ‘Black Trash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones’ featuring appearances and cameos from some of the album’s other collaborators including Raekwon, Can-I-bus, Redman and Rah Digga.