Yelawolf is preparing to release his Love Story album on April 21. Before then, he blesses fans with the long-awaited Eminem collab “Best Friend.”
When legendary record labels are discussed, Shady Records rarely gets its just due, argably because the imprint was boosted from the various associations from other artists (Aftermath, G-Unit, above others). Nevertheless, the house that Eminem and Paul Rosenberg holds a special place in the culture’s history for the timeless records they brought to the table.
Eminem bands together Big Sean, Royce Da 5’9″, Danny Brown, Trick Trick and Dej Loaf in the official visual for “Detroit Vs. Everybody.”
After ample promotion, Eminem finally releases the double-disc Shady XV compilation album, which is currently being streamed guilt-free.
With the Shady XV compilation officially in stores, Eminem delivers the long-teased visual for “Guts Over Fear,” featuring Sia.
Can you believe that Shady Records has been in business for 15 years? Neither can Eminem and his partner Paul Rosenberg. They detail their experiences with the label in a recent roundtable discussion.
If the bar-laden Shady Records cypher wasn’t enough, the band of MCs reunite on a new track called “Psychopath Killer.”
When a preview isn’t enough, the Internets find a way for your rap dreams to come true. After hearing a snippet, a demo version of Eminem’s mega-hit “Lose Yourself” has been revealed.
Not only is Eminem readying his two-disc Shady XV compilation, due out on November 28, but now the lyrical genius and Shady Records plan to also release a massive mixtape.
Here’s something interesting for Eminem fans. In advance of the upcoming Lose Yourself documentary, the talented MC recalls a demo version of the film’s namesake track in a promotional clip.
Prepare yourself for great bar overload. Eminem returns with his Shady Records artist Slaughterhouse (Royce Da 5’9”, Joe Budded, Joell Ortiz, and Crooked I) and Yelawolf roster in the highly anticipated SHADY CVXPHER.