Ed Sheeran, Juice WRLD, Q-Tip, Black Thought, Young M.A, Royce 5’9″, and Anderson .Paak features on the Eminem surprise new album ‘Music to Be Murdered By.’

Eminem has done it once more. Nearly one and a half years after shocking his fans with the unexpected Kamikaze album. the white American rapper is back with another surprise album — Music To Be Murdered By.

Listen & Download Music to Be Murdered By FULL ALBUM

New Album ‘Music to Be Murdered’ is the 17th studio album of Eminem, released on Today(January 17, 2020). Music to Be Murdered By was produced by longtime partner Dr. Dre, who has worked with Marshall since the early days of his career. Both the album title and cover art reference director Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 album of the same name.

also released his latest music video ‘Darkness‘ with the album. It describes shooting at a concert, and then there’s audio and footage from the mass shooting in Las Vegas. As of the end of the video, there are encouraging people to register to vote. “Make your voice heard and help change gun laws in America,” the closing text reads, to register at Vote.gov.

Check out the new Album tracklist below.

  1. Premonition — Intro
  2. Unaccommodating f. Young M.A
  3. You Gon’ Learn f. Royce Da 5’9 & Whit Gold
  4. Alfred — Interlude
  5. Those Kinda Nights f. Ed Sheeran
  6. In Too Deep
  7. Godzilla f. Juice Wrld
  8. Darkness
  9. Leaving Heaven f. Skylar Grey
  10. Yah Yah f. Royce Da 5’9, Black Thought, Q-Tip & Denaun
  11. Stepdad — Intro
  12. Stepdad
  13. Marsh
  14. Never Love Again
  15. Little Engine
  16. Lock It Up f. Anderson .Paak
  17. Farewell
  18. No Regrets f. Don Toliver
  19. I Will f. KXNG Crooked, Royce Da 5’9 & Joell Ortiz
  20. Alfred — Outro

“It’s your funeral…” the Marshell mather wrote on his social media accounts to warn their enemies.

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