Eminem reveals tracklist for ‘Shady XV’ compilation album

The collection celebrating 15 years of the label will be released on November 24

Eminem has unveiled the tracklist for the upcoming ‘Shady XV’ LP.

The rapper will mark the 15th anniversary of his Shady Records imprint with the compilation, which is out on November 24.

Its cover art features Eminem’s signature hockey mask and chainsaw, originally inspired by Friday The 13th horror movie character Jason, and now the tracklist has been revealed too.

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The album spans two discs and will feature the best of Shady Records’ back-catalogue, plus new material from Eminem, Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil, D-12 and Yelawolf. It’ll also include a demo of Eminem’s ‘Lose Yourself’ and his ‘Guts Over Fear’ collaboration with Sia.

Check the tracklist in full below. This summer saw the rapper banned from playing a show at Hyde Park due to his “offensive” and “unsuitable” lyrics.

Disc 1:
Eminem – ‘Shady XV’
Slaughterhouse (feat. Eminem & Yelawolf) – ‘Psychopath Killer’
Eminem (feat. Kobe) – ‘Die Alone’
Bad Meet Evils – ‘Vegas’
Slaughterhouse – ‘Y’all Ready Know’
Eminem (feat. Sia) – ‘Guts Over Fear’
Yelawolf – ‘Down’
D12 – ‘Bane’
Eminem – ‘Fine Line’
Skylar Grey, Eminem, & Yelawolf – ‘Twisted’
Eminem – ‘Right For Me’
Eminem, Royce Da 5’9, Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf, & Trick Trick – ‘Detroit Vs Everybody’

Disc 2:
50 Cent – ‘I Get Money’
D12 – ‘Purple Pills’
Eminem – ‘Lose Yourself’
Obie Trice, Kuniva, Bobby Creekwater, Cashis, & Stat Quo – ‘Cry Now’
Yelawolf (feat. Kid Rock) -‘Let’s Roll’
Slaughterhouse – ‘Hammer Dnace’
50 Cent – ‘Pimp’
Eminem, 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, & Cashis – ‘You Don’t Know’
D12 – ‘My Band’
Obie Trice – ‘Wanna Know’
50 Cent – ‘Wanksta’
Obie Trice (feat. Nate Dogg) – ‘The Setup’
50 Cent – ‘In Da Club’
D12 – ‘Fight Music’
Yelawolf – ‘Pop The Trunk’
Bonus Track: Eminem – ‘Lose Yourself’ (Original Demo Version)

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