Guess who's back, back again.
This fall, Eminem is expected to release his ninth studio album, according to HDD. Additionally, a Shady Records representative has confirmed with DJBooth that Eminem has completed his work on the album.
The currently untitled, impending release will be Eminem's first full-length project since The Marshall Mathers LP 2, which was released in November 2013.
Eminem is one of a handful of big-name artists expected to release a new album before the end of 2017. This list also includes Taylor Swift and Sam Smith.
Earlier this month, Paul Rosenberg, Eminem's longtime manager and the co-founder of Shady Records, was named CEO of Def Jam. Despite taking on the new position, which includes moving Shady Records operations over to the Def Jam offices, Rosenberg's cash cow will not be changing labels. Despite sharing the same parent company (UMG), Eminem will remain with Aftermath and Interscope.
Good thing Em didn't quit rapping in 2002.