Santa Monica:    
Sunday, July 14, 2024

No products in the cart.

Santa Monica:    
Happy New Year
Music News

Eminem shares tracklist for ‘The Death Of Slim Shady (Coup De Grâce)’

Our Show Times

Eminem has revealed the tracklist for his eagerly awaited upcoming album, ‘The Death Of Slim Shady (Coup De Grâce)’ – see the full list of songs below.

Today (July 10), two days ahead of the album’s release on Friday (July 12), Apple Music has revealed the tracklist for the upcoming album after Eminem shared the record’s cover art, which sees Slim Shady’s head poking out of a body bag.

Apple Music’s listing of the tracklist includes all 19 tracks that will feature on the record, but does not include any collaborators. Notably, the album will include a sequel to ‘Guilty Conscience’ and will presumably feature Dr. Dre after the legendary rapper and producer confirmed earlier this year that he was working with Eminem on the record.

The tracklist for ‘The Death Of Slim Shady (Coup De Grâce)’ is:

‘Brand New Dance’
‘All You Got’ (skit)
‘Road Rage’
‘Breaking News’ (skit)
‘Guilty Conscience 2’
‘Head Honcho’
‘Bad One’
‘Tobey’ ft. Big Sean, BabyTron
‘Guess Who’s Back’ (skit)
‘Somebody Save Me’

Ahead of the new album, Eminem most recently released the record’s second single, ‘Tobey’, featuring Big Sean and BabyTron. It follows on from ‘Houdini’, which was released on May 31 and interpolates a number of Eminem’s previous hits as well as ‘Abracadabra’ by the Steve Miller Band. The song garnered controversy as it references the shooting incident involving Megan Thee Stallion in 2020, as well as the transgender community, cancel culture, and RuPaul.

Eminem’s last studio album, ‘Music to Be Murdered By’, was released in January 2020. NME gave it a three-star review, saying: “He’s ready to pass on hard-earned wisdom before running his mouth like he hasn’t learned his own lessons. And he offers casual fans a hook or two before embarking on another lyrical work-out. It would actually be quite disappointing to see Eminem grow up entirely, and he seems to be having fun as he navigates his own idiosyncratic space.”

Adblock test (Why?)

NME Original Article

Related Posts

1 of 3,662