Shady Records leader Eminem reminded fans his relationship with longtime producer Dr. Dre has not fallen off after bringing out the iconic hit maker at a London show last night (July 11). #docinthehouse
According to reports and photos, Dre shared a moment at Em’s Wembley Stadium show in the United Kingdom.
Eminem became last night (July 11th) the first rapper ever to headline Wembley Stadium in London. The 90,000-capacity venue is to be the ‘home’ of the Detroit MC during two consecutive days, Friday and Saturday, as part of a mini UK tour. At the opening show, Eminem performed all of his hits and sent his thousands of fans to frenzy. However, the highlight came when Em’ brought out his mentor Dr. Dre. The ‘Beats’ headphones boss performed a few classics including “Still Dre” or “Forgot about Dre”. (Direct Lyrics)
Despite the high-profile event, reports claim fans were left unsatisfied with Slim Shady.
There were those who didn’t love Eminem’s first Wembley concert, though. The Telegraph’s Neil McCormick was sent to Wembley to review the “Monster” rapper’s spectacle, and what did he think of it? “Fans should demand their money back” is the headline of his article, so you can deduce he didn’t love it, ha. He blasted the poor quality sound system. (Direct Lyrics)
Buzz about Detroit rapper Danny Brown getting tagged to invade the two-day show bubbled online last month.
Eminem shows plenty of Detroit love in the states and will showcase more overseas when he does two July concert at London’s Wembley Stadium. The July 11 show, falling on a Friday, is already sold out according to the 90,000-plus seat venue. (M Live)
Hype behind rap group Odd Future getting involved in the overseas concert hit the Internet weeks prior.
Odd Future are set to support Eminem at his upcoming shows at Wembley Stadium. The collective will open up for the rapper on July 11-12, at the first ever hip-hop shows to take place at the massive London venue. Eminem broke the news on his Instagram account, posting a video of Tyler, The Creator saying his group would be appearing at the gigs this summer. (NME)
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