It looks like 50 Cent and Eminem, who were frequent partners in musical crime during the early 2000s, are looking to possibly work on new material in the near future.
During an interview on Larry King Live!, 50 revealed that he’s been working on a few new ideas with the Revival MC. They recently linked up when Em was overseas on tour to promote his most recent album.
“There’s a few ideas I’ve been working on,” the POWER star told the host. “When I was working with Em in London, he said he had a few ideas that maybe we could work on together.” The last time the twosome worked together was on Adam Levine’s “My Life” in 2012.
When prompted if there are any release dates for this potential collaborative material will drop, 50 kept it simple and cryptic. “I don’t know, when we get a chance to record them,” he plainly stated with a smile.
Despite not working as closely as they once did, it’s clear the duo enjoys collaborating and respects each other. In 2017, Eminem said that 50’s verse on “Places To Go” from the 8 Mile soundtrack was so good, he wanted to quit rap altogether.
Thank you @eminem you know your still the best in the world to me man, I love you bro,” 50 responded. They also recently linked up during Em’s Coachella set earlier this year.
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