On the heels of his collaborative single, “From the D 2 the LBC” with Snoop Dogg, Eminem has returned with a new announcement: the Curtain Call 2 is on its way.
Taking to Twitter to officially announce the album, Eminem tweeted its artwork and revealed that the project would be his second greatest hits compilation. The LP will include tracks like the previously mentioned Snoop Dogg collab, “The King and I” featuring CeeLo Green from the Elvis soundtrack, another new unspecified track, along with hits from Relapse and onward.
While Eminem’s fans were overjoyed by the news of the rapper gearing up to drop another project, albeit a greatest hits compilation, other voices on Twitter weren’t that gracious, particularly when it comes to Curtain Call 2‘s album art.
Some Twitter tweeps even declared Eminem’s latest artwork as maybe one of the “worst album covers of all time.” One user wrote, “This is Eminem’s new album cover. This is what I’m fighting against.”
“ngl when Eminem announced that album cover, I thought it was just a stranger things poster,” one person typed.
“‘People hate everything Eminem does’ no mf THAT ALBUM COVER SUCKS ***SSSSSSS,” exclaimed another disgruntled twerson.
Other Twitter users focused on the actual numbers on the cover and pointed out how they spell words like “hellish,” boobss,” and “a**hol.”
While the hilarity ensued on Twitter, Eminem also included a release date for Curtain Call 2. Scheduled just a month away, fans can expect to listen to the second greatest hits album from the Detroit legend on August 5.