D12 - We Deep

Posted 8 years ago
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Album:
Unreleased

When DJBooth interviewed rapper Bizarre last fall, the outspoken MC revealed that a new D12 album was almost halfway done and hopefully would be released sometime in 2008.  Although it isn’t a street single, radio single or mixtape cut, the newly leaked We Deep is a sign that the group is ready to get the ball rolling towards their highly-anticipated (and still untitled) project.  Featuring Bizarre, Kuniva, Kon Artis and Swifty, We Deep sounds similar to previous single 40 oz. and noticeably lacks the presence of Slim Shady and fallen member, Proof.  In a bulletin message via his MySpace page, Eminem confirmed that D12 is planning a mini tour to showcase new material along with their older classics.

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