Eminem's New Album "Success" May Still Have Famous Talents To Collaborate With Eminem Like Adele And Others [VIDEO]
Eminem's new album "Success" has not yet been released but has already earned doubts from critics, following the information that famous artists like Adele, Snood Dogg and Dr. Dre will help him out.
His last album Marshall Mathers LO 2 in 2013 was the last one yet for rap star Eminem, but it seems his fans has to wait for more or less one month as he is not so much in a hurry. Did the final verdict in the case of DUI of his ex-wife Kim Mathers the reason to cool down a bit on releasing his new album, just not to mix in with the fiasco? Eminem's management seems to be mum of any updates thus the conclusion of a pending release of his "Success" album will be moved from 2016 to 2017.
The latest update of Eminem's new album "Success" as per Tripped Media includes 21 songs with a team of famous artists like Adele, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and Rihanna coming together all in one album. It is definitely a jam packed set which earned different comeback from avid fans and critics, apparently doubting the star-studded album. Although Eminem may have been busy with his foundation together with Flint Community School and Kids in Need Foundation and some guest appearances on other artist's concerts, the inspiration to write a new song seems to deny him.
And even though he is the "Rap God", he has worked hard for his fame and fortune with a few episodes of trial and error in his career. True enough, intrigues are not yet over as Adele's contribution to his new album has been doubted as well, in a recent report by iTech Post, critics thought it to be impossible for Adele and Eminem to work together, all the more singing the carrier single of "Success" with him. This and some issues of "too many collaborations in one album" have already plagued Eminem's upcoming new album and it doesn't even have a stable release date.
Eminem's "Success" album will still set the mood of his avid fans to an exciting level that only the "Rap God" can do. Record producers strictly advise publications on a variety of rumors the album already has from its release date to the album details and collaborators until an official announcement is released.