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Eminem New Album news: ‘Campaign Speech’ rapper welcomes new artists; Threatened by Oscar De La Hoya? [UPDATED]

By Daniela Lozano / 2017.03.06
Eminem New Album News: ‘Campaign Speech’ Rapper Welcomes New Artists; Threatened By Oscar De La Hoya?

While the fans of Eminem are waiting for a new album, it seems like he is planning to create music with the help of new artists. Will we hear his lyrics from another rapper?

After years of success, it seems that nothing is stopping Eminem when it comes to the world of hip-hop. The rapper has now major talent joining him at Shady Records, while the fans await his new album. According to Hot New Hiphop, famous underground rappers Westside Gunn and Conway signed with Shady Records.

Em said in a recent press release that "The style and energy of Griselda Records, Gunn and Conway are infectious." He goes on to say that, "we cannot wait to put them on the platform they have earned and deserve.” Gunn also added to the statement.

The “Cleaning Out My Closet” rapper definitely has his hands full these days, not just in music, but in other endeavors as well.

In another article by All Hiphop, Boxing legend, Oscar De La Hoya, wants to go one-on-one with the "Love The Way You Lie" rapper inside the ring. In a recent radio interview, De La Hoya mentioned that Eminem has some serious skills in boxing as well as he was trained by another boxing legend, Emanuel Steward.

De La Hoya said that, “The late great Emanuel Steward, who trained me for maybe about four or five fights, he once showed me a video where he was training Em. Man, he had some moves. He was punching the hand mitts and he was moving and he looked really good, actually, with a lot of power.” De La Hoya believes that Em can take him on a few rounds in the ring, who was supposed to play a lead in a movie called “Southpaw”, which was about a boxer.

In the spirit of good sportsmanship, he challenged the rapper to a friendly charity match. Eminem has not yet responded on the matter. Thus, readers are advised to take this with a grain of salt.

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