News: Eminem To Spill Details On "Relapse 2" & "DJ Hero" W/ DJ Whoo Kid

Wednesday, Sep 30, 2009 5:15PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Eminem has announced plans to publicly disclose details surrounding his upcoming Relapse 2 album with DJ Whoo Kid this weekend.

According to reports, Slim Shady will have a one-on-one with the G-Unit deejay on Saturday (October 3).

Eminem will sit down with Shade 45's DJ Whoo Kid on Saturday, October 3 at 3pm ET, during the G Unit Saturdays program, to go in-depth about his highly-anticipated upcoming album, Relapse 2, his performance at Voodoo Festival in New Orleans on October 30th and his role in developing the new video game DJ Hero, scheduled to be released on October 27th. (Sirius Buzz)

Shady will later conduct another interview with Tony Touch in honor of his Shade 45 radio station's five year anniversary.

Sirius announced today that it will broadcast two in-depth and uncensored interviews with Eminem on his Shade 45 channel in celebration of his channel's fifth anniversary. Eminem will speak with Shade 45's DJ Tony Touch as part of the Toca Tuesdays show on Tuesday, October 6 at 9:00 pm ET. Shade 45 is SIRIUS XM's uncensored, commercial-free hip-hop channel created by Eminem, Shady Records, Interscope Records and SIRIUS. (PR Newswire)

Whoo Kid recently spoke about what fans can expect from Relapse 2 and promised a return of the "old" Slim Shady.

"What I really laughed at was the Mariah Carey [diss record]," Whoo Kid said in an interview. "That was funny. But that's nothing compared to Relapse 2. What I heard, that's just 2 percent [of the intensity]. Eminem from back in the day has returned. The crazy, lyrical, maniacal Eminem is back. Maniac! He was maniacal, but that was like, 'Let me come back now. Let me get my sh*t situated. Who I gotta go at? Let me see what's going on. Let me get comfortable.' Now that he's comfortable, now he's gonna be like [a monster] in Relapse 2. Good luck, people." (MTV)

Shady previously announced his aim to drop Relapse 2 earlier this year.

"A lot of people were expecting Relapse to drop last year," Eminem said in a statement. "I was one of them. Then Dr. Dre and I went back in the studio in September for a few days, and that turned into six months. We were on such a roll; we wound up with a ton of new music produced by Dre. Putting out Relapse 2 will let everyone get all of the best stuff." (Press Release)

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