Eminem Drop New Album Releasing Date

Music fans have been eagerly anticipating Eminem's next music release but their wait may soon be over, if rumors are to be believed. Rumors about the upcoming release of Eminem's new album began to surface after the rapper's manager Paul Rosenburg posted a series of photos of the two of them together on Instagram.

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In the photo, the "Love The Way You Lie" artist can be seen hanging out at a 7-Eleven store, with Rosenberg giving the photo the cryptic caption: "It's been a long time... #7elevenseries." While the photo may seem to be just another innocent photo of two friends hanging out, a few eagle-eyed fans were quick to pick up on one small yet interesting detail.

"The Real Slim Shady" rapper appears to have something written on his palm, which reads, "April 9." This revelation sparked speculation from fans that the scribble could be a clue on the potential release date of Eminem's upcoming musical project or album. While the rumors have made some fans happy, there are those who are still unconvinced.

This is not the first instance that rumors about new music material from Eminem have surfaced but was later proven false. Last year, reports suggested that the musician was going to release an album called "Success" in January, and that it would be featuring a collaboration with Adele.

Instead, what Eminem released was a diss track titled "Campaign Speech," which was aimed at now-President Donald Trump who was still campaigning at the time. The song was made available on iTunes a few days before the U.S. presidential election took place.

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The famous rapper was also featured on Big Sean's song, "No Favours," which sparked outrage among activists of women's rights. The 44-year-old rapper's last record was "The Marshall Mathers LP 2," which was released in 2013. Eminem has yet to issue a response that confirms or denies the rumors
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