Eminem’s Curtain Call 2 set for August Release
American rapper Marshall Mathers also known as Eminem has revealed that his Curtain Call 2 album is all done. The rapper tweeted on his page that the release date is set for 5th August this year.
After weeks of teasers, the Detroit rapper finally announced that the album will be coming out next month.
The album will feature material from Eminem’s 2009 album “Relapse” onward, including side-project work, guest appearances, and soundtrack songs, according to a Monday media release from Interscope Records. It will also include one previously unreleased track.
The original “Curtain Call” was released in 2005, assembling songs from Eminem’s first four major-label albums and the “8 Mile” soundtrack.
The rapper has been active in the past years maintaining his consistency in the game and establishing himself as a top rapper.
His latest project came last week where he featured Long Beach rapper and legendary entertainer Snoop Dogg.
Monday’s announcement follows the June release of Eminem’s collaboration with Snoop Dogg, “From the D 2 the LBC,” which included a video that was partially shot in Detroit.
“Curtain Call 2” will also be issued in autographed vinyl and a limited-edition boxed set. Fans can apply to purchase those copies at shop.eminem.com.
The forthcoming set is the first Eminem album in several years to be announced in advance: The rapper has opted for surprise releases of his big projects.