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[NEW ALBUM] Eminem "Music To Be Murdered By" | @Eminem

As the world sleeps the music industry is busy stirring up a pot of classic hits and hot albums to hit the charts. Well in a turn of events Eminem fans for a wake-up call! Eminem once again drops an album without any notice. Em fans were shocked with his last album Kamakazi being released unexpectantly. Well, Eminem did it again and has Stans all over going nuts.

With features from the likes of Juice Wrld, Ed Sheeran, Black Thought, Young M.A., Anderson. Paak, Q-Tip, and more this album are all but a let down for the hip-hop world. The sound brings back the Eminem that fans loved with a more mature sound. Shady mentions in this album and on his last about how he felt that "Revival" was a major let down, and many critics would agree, but this album is sure to change the minds of many who had lost faith.

Many look at the album cover and wonder the meaning behind it. "Music To Be Murdered

By" and the image is in reference to English film director and producer Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock . Hitchcock appeared on one album titled Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Music To Get Murdered To which was presented to the music scene in 1958. Em pays homage to this great individual and it represents everything that the image stands for. The deep feelings, heartfelt vibe, and overall production the name and graphic speak for itself.

If the album itself wasn't enough, Shady decided he needed to drop a visual to the single "Darkness" a song bringing awareness to the rising gun violence. The video encourages people to stand up and make your voice heard to stop the violence against our children and mass shootings. Check out the video below

So Stans got a new album, visual, and a reason hold on to the thought of retirement of the emcee. Is this his last album? Is 11 studio albums enough? All we can do is wait and see what's to come of this release.

Check out the full album below:



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