Eminem’s newest album will be titled “Marshall Mathers LP 2” and will be released Nov. 5, according to the rapper.
The first single off “Marshall Mathers LP 2,” titled “Survival,” had already been posted on Eminem’s site, according to the Detroit Free Press, and the second, “Berzerk,” is scheduled to become available on Aug. 27. “Survival” was reportedly part of a “Call of Duty: Ghosts” trailer promoting the new video game.
Both trailers for the new album on Eminem’s website feature Beats By Dre headphones. (Rapper Dr. Dre is producing the album along with Rick Rubin.)
A commercial for Beats By Dre headphones aired during the MTV Video Music Awards featuring Eminem and also promoted his new album.
Eminem, who was born Marshall Mathers, released his first album, “Infinite,” in 1996 and followed it with releases including “The Marshall Mathers LP” and “The Eminem Show.” His seventh album, “Recovery,” was released in 2010 and debuted at number one on Billboard, winning the Best Rap Album Grammy for the year and earning a Best Album nomination.
He has received 13 Grammy Awards in total and won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for “Lose Yourself,” which was featured in his 2002 film “8 Mile."