The greatest singer, Eminem, has announced his second greatest hit album. “Curtain Call” is going to be released on August 5. After a week of the teaser, The Detroit rapper has finally announced the “Curtain Call 2” release date. According to the Media Release from Interscope Record, the album will feature material from Eminem’s 20019 album “Relapse” onward, including his side project work, Guest appearances, and soundtrack songs. It will also include his previously unreleased track. The full tracklist hasn’t been revealed yet
The original “Curtain Call” was released in 2005
The original “Curtain Call” was released in 2005, all songs from Eminem’s first four major-label albums and the “8 Mile” soundtrack. The compilation will also involve songs from the film soundtrack, including his latest collaboration with CeeLo Green on Dr. Dre- produced “The King and I” from Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis” biopic.
Last month, Eminem dropped his new song, “From the D2 the LBC. “Eminem collaborated with Snoop Dog. The song’s title honors the two rapper’s home cities: Detroit, Michigan, and Long Beach, California. The Song’s James Larese- directed a music video that made its global premiere on June 23 at Ape Fest, the board Ape NFT events NFT.NYC.
“Curtain Call 2” will also be released in autographed vinyl
“Curtain Call 2” will also be released in autographed vinyl and a limited edition boxed set. Eminem fans can apply to purchase those copies at shop.eminem.com. The upcoming album is the first Eminem album in several years to be announced in advance. The famous rapper has chosen to surprise his bug project to his fans.
Eminem was selected for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class
Eminem and Snoop Dog performed together at the Super Bowl. Also, this year, Eminem was selected for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2022, along with the great music icon Dolly Parton, Eurythmics Duran Duran, and many more.
Eminem is a Professional American rapper, songwriter, and record producer. Eminem’s global success and works have broken racial barriers for the acceptance of white rappers in popular music.