Eminem New Album 2017 Update: Fresh Track From 'Rap God' Might Be Out In Few Months

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So what happened to Eminem new album 2017? Last year, he had declared that he was working on a new one and will release it soon. However, there has not been any more announcement from him this new year.

However, some leaks on Reddit revealed that Eminem new album 2017 named "Success" will be out soon. Each song is thought to be about three to six minutes long. The Rap God is reportedly collaborating with Adele for "Success" and Mastein Bennett for "Bulletproof." Hence, a new release might happen in a few months, according to Howl & Echoes. It has been thought that guest verses given by him to many other rappers last year are talking about some singles.

In a recent interview, Eminem was called the "biggest rapper of all time" by Big Sean, according to hnhh. Eminem put in a few guest verses on "No Favours" by Big Sean. This was done by the "Rap God" a few times earlier too. His verses on Sean's singles are thought to be some of the "most notable" in all his projects so far. By joining with other artists, he could be dropping clues of his impending Eminem new album 2017.

Eminem is hoped to be out with a new album at the Reading and Leeds Fest in the United Kingdom. It was an announcement that was made the official Twitter page of Reading and Leeds, and was validated by Billboard. It is thought that the "Love the Way You Lie" rapper will be the "third headliner" at the music festival.

Watch out for Eminem's events from Aug. 25 to Aug. 27. Fans have been told to become part of the celebrations and revel at the "Slim Shady" rapper as he may launch his Eminem new album 2017. Muse and Kasabian will also be part of the Eminem launch at the Reading and Leeds Festival. Other performances include The Hunna, Migos, Milky Chance, Dillon Francis, Grouplove, Haim, Halsey, and others.

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