1. Eminem and Royce will have the freedom to do whatever they want to do on the project.
Back in the late-1990s, Eminem hadn't sold a gazillion copies and Nickle-Nine sounded like a guy destined to rock on Soundbombing albums for the rest of his career—but not much more. Fast-forward a decade and they both have established track records (although, admittedly, Slim Shady's is just a little more diesel, wouldn't you say?) so they'll have the opportunity to create the EP that they want to create. And as long as Em's name is on it, we're sure Interscope will be cool with the project, right?