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Eminem is set to release his first album in four years – and it’s coming out this year, according to long-time friend and collaborator Dr Dre

Eminem will release his first studio album in four years, according to his longtime friend and collaborator Dr. Dre, who delighted fans with the news during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

The 51-year-old rapper, whose real name is Marshal Mathers, released his eleventh studio album, Music To Be Murdered By, in 2020, but appears to have a new project on the horizon.

Dr. Dre, 59, real name Andre Young, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday and hinted that a new Eminem release could arrive sometime in 2024.

He said, ‘I’ll explain something to you now.

“Eminem is working on his own album that’s coming out this year and I talked to him and he said it was okay for me to make that announcement here at this show.”

Eminem will release his first studio album in four years, according to his longtime friend and collaborator Dr. Dre, who delighted fans with the news on Jimmy Kimmel Live

The audience then burst into cheers and applause at the unexpected news.

Dre added, “I have songs on it and it’s fire. Tomorrow I’m going to hear the whole album for the first time.

“He keeps his music close to his chest, so I haven’t fully heard it yet (which he produced on the album), but I’m going to hear it and he’s putting out an album this year.”

Dre, who initially rose to fame as part of gangster rap group NWA, has found further success as a producer through his record label Aftermath Entertainment and as the founder of Beats Electronics.

This was Dre’s first late-night television appearance in over 30 years, appearing on the show alongside fellow rappers Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent.

Dre and Eminem previously collaborated on the 1999 song Guilty Conscience, which was released as the third and final single from the latter’s The Slim Shady LP.

The release of a possible new LP from Eminem comes after it was announced that he will co-produce a new documentary about the phenomenon of his fanatical fans through his company Shady Films.

Production is said to continue under the working title Stans, in reference to the 15-time Grammy Award winner’s 2000 hit, which tells the story of an obsessive and delusional fan named Stanley “Stan” Mitchell (voiced by Eminem) .

In a statement, the rapper’s longtime manager Paul Rosenberg and Shady Films’ Stuart Parr summarized the upcoming Stans documentary as an “opportunity for us to turn the camera and ask the audience if we’re fans — and in some cases fanatics. ‘

They then revealed how the film will be “an examination of the relationship between fanbase and artist through the lens of one of Eminem’s most fascinating songs and one of the world’s most important entertainers.”

Dre and Eminem previously collaborated on the 1999 song Guilty Conscience, which was released as the third and final single from the latter's The Slim Shady LP.

Dre and Eminem previously collaborated on the 1999 song Guilty Conscience, which was released as the third and final single from the latter’s The Slim Shady LP.

Dr.  Dre, 59, real name Andre Young, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday and hinted that a new Eminem release could arrive sometime in 2024.

Dr. Dre, 59, real name Andre Young, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday and hinted that a new Eminem release could arrive sometime in 2024.