Grammy-winning rapper Eminem’s manager Paul Rosenberg is moving on up. The hip-hop executive is reportedly headed to iconic record label Def Jam.

According to reports, Rosenberg will juggle both an exec position and Em management duties in 2018.

Eminem’s longtime manager Paul Rosenberg is taking a top executive position at Def Jam Records, Variety has confirmed. Rosenberg will continue to manage Eminem and is expected to start as CEO of Def Jam in Jan. 2018. Hits previously reported his appointment. (Variety)

Rosenberg is most known for working with Eminem and managing other artists.

Paul Rosenberg is stepping in as the new head of Def Jam, effective Jan. 1, 2018. Steve Bartels will continue to helm the company in the interim. The well liked and highly respected Rosenberg is best known as the manager of Eminem and the co-founder of Em’s Shady Records. His Goliath Artists management shop has continued to develop hip-hop and other artists over the last several years. (HITS Daily Double)

Recently, film director Allen Hughes revealed Dr. Dre is quietly putting together Eminem’s next album.

“Dre still records. People don’t know this: Dre records every day. Literally, he’s in there recording songs every day. He’s like Picasso in that way. He’s always painting. Right now he’s producing, in the 11th hour, a track for Eminem’s latest album. So Dre’s still real active in music, you know? But I hear what you’re saying. It’s the truth.” (UPROXX)

In June, Em raised eyebrows after he hooked up with G.O.O.D. Music’s 2 Chainz.