Eminem is returning after a long time.
On August 5, Eminem will revisit his storied past with his second-biggest hit collection, Call to the Curtain 2. The compilation, which follows 2005’s Call of Scenes: The Hits, will include music from all Eminem projects since 2009’s Relapse, including side projects, guest appearances, and soundtrack songs.
— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) July 11, 2022
Last month, the Detroit rap icon reunited with Snoop Dogg on the album’s lead single, “From the D 2 the LBC,” which arrived alongside an animated music video.
Eminem Returns to Us
In addition, he worked with CeeLo Green on “The King and I”, the soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biography and also featured on Curtain Call 2.
A track listing has yet to be announced, but Curtain Call 2 will include another previously unreleased track, which will be unveiled in the coming weeks. In addition to the standard version, fans will be able to purchase a limited-edition set of boxes, as well as signed vinyls.
The original Call of Scenes was released in December 2005 and was certified Diamond in the U.S. for including Eminem classics such as “My Name Is”, “Stan” and “Without Me”.
One of the rappers Eminem presented with Shady Records is Westside Boogie.
Raquel Harper recently spoke to Westside Boogie and asked the Compton native about the “best gift” he’d ever gotten from Eminem.
“Performace-wise, he told me to stop stage-diving, because I can get sued,” said Westside Boogie. “I just like jumping into the crowd. It’s my thing. So I don’t know if that’s necessarily good advice, but advice he gave me.”
Boogie signed to Shady Records in 2017. Released Everythings for Sale in 2019 and MORE BLACK SUPERHEROES in 2022. And Boogie and Em joined forces for “Rainy Days.”
There are important names in Boogie’s 12-track studio album. Soulja Boy, Snoop Dogg are some of these names.
Detroit legend recently collaborated with CeeLo Green for a song on their project “Elvis”. The song was released on digital platforms on June 16.