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Eminem releases new album: A comeback in August but bashed by Joe Budden

By Daniela Lozano | May 12, 2017 02:47 PM EDT
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Eminem is said to release two albums, still working on it and expected to be released in August 2017.

Since fans have been waiting for the album to be released, Eminem gives another brand-new record for his songs marks the hit in the previous years. As per Hot New Hip Hop, Joseph Anthony Budden II (better known as Joe Budden) bashes the albums of Eminem, the legendary rapper.

Last year, the hip-hop Icon assured his fans in Tweeter to work for a new album yet no words of confirmation from him. Now everyone is wondering when he finally drops the anticipated studio record. Fans have been waiting and finally, he aired on the post "confirmed" as what he promised to comeback in the music industry together with her new album.

 He contributed during the previous elections a dropped song serves as the "campaign speech". The song was mainly dedicated to the current President "Donald Trump" even if he's not a loyal supporter of the President.

However, Joe Budden slams Em's two of Em's new albums saying "how those albums were" because of drug abuse in the past. Others just misconstrue his statement but that was not what really is. He gives his honest opinions on his show. It was known as the epic rant. In fact, it was a "bad blood between Em's and Budden.

Movie Pilot revealed that the "Stan" hitmaker affirmed on social media that he is almost there to finish his new albums despite the slams of Joe Budden and many music lovers still adoring the albums to be released in August.

There is no doubt that the Detroit pride, Eminem has gain a bunch of hit songs over the past few years, and his silence for so long did not hinder the fans to support him in all he does.

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