5. Bad Meets Evil will help establish the second generation of Shady Records.
Em signed Royce and his group Slaughterhouse—which also features Joe Budden, Crooked-I, and Joell Ortiz—as well as Yelawolf to Shady recently. But, so far, there haven't been any official releases from the label. This is a good place to start and will help set the tone for what people can expect from Em's label moving forward. So while Bad Meets Evil might not be an introduction to Em and Royce as a group anymore as it was originally intended to be, it is an introduction to the next phase of Slim Shady's career. And how can you not be excited about that?