Grammy-winning rapper Eminem has revealed the EP title of his forthcoming joint project alongside Slaughterhouse’s Royce Da 5’9.
Promising to reveal the title at midnight, Em kept his word late Monday (May 2) night.
“At midnight I’m announcing the EP title.,” he Tweeted.
“Hell: The Sequel” (Eminem’s Twitter)
Over the weekend, Royce revealed a few guest features set to appear on the EP.
“Slaughterhouse and Bruno Mars… Bong RT @Matt_Agosta: @TheRealRoyce59 yo we gettin any features on that ep with slim?,” he tweeted Friday (April 29) night. (Royce Da 5’9’s Twitter)
Contributing producer and D12 member Mr. Porter recently spoke on the EP’s evolvement.
“The album is dope. That’s all I can tell you about it,” said Porter when Mixtape Daily caught up with him at his Detroit studio. The idea for a Bad Meets Evil EP first came about while Porter and Royce were working on Royce’s solo album.”We had one song and it turned into, ‘Yo, what do you think about getting Em on this record?’ ” Denuan recalled. Soon, Royce and Em were bouncing ideas back and forth, and more producers were eventually brought into the fold. (MTV)
Last week, Em and Royce’s “Fast Lane” track leaked online.
The dynamic duo of Detroit emceeing finally kick up some dust in the Shady colesium side by side and rip this Supa Dups and Eminem produced joint off their forthcoming Bad Meets Evil project. “Fast Lane” is the first sample available for this long awaited offering but things are bound to stay sounding just as devious between now and its June release. (The Source)
Hell: The Sequel is slated to drop Tuesday, June 14th.
Check out Eminem and Royce Da 5’9’s “Fast Lane” down below: