The tracklist for the deluxe edition of Eminem’s eighth studio album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, has been released, along with the album cover’s artwork.
Eminem revealed the tracklist for the deluxe edition of MMLP2 on his official Instagram account via another “Danger — Keep Out” sign.
The bonus tracks that will appear only on the deluxe edition include “Baby,” “Desperation” featuring Jamie N Commons, “Groundhog Day,” “Beautiful Pain” featuring Sia, and “Wicked Ways.”
Eminem also released the album art for this special edition of his album. While it’s not much different from the regular edition, as it features the same shot of his former home, this time it’s as if we’re looking at the house through a car window.
Note that you can pre-order various bundles right now through Eminem’s official website. The packages range from $30, which will give you the deluxe CD and a pair of stickers, to $115, which will give you the deluxe CD, an unsigned lithograph, a hoodie, and a t-shirt.
Previously, signed lithographs were available with a deluxe CD, but all 500 have sold out.
The Marshall Mathers LP 2 drops on November 5.
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Three songs have been released from The Marshall Mathers LP 2 so far, including “Berzerk” and “Survival,” both of which have official music videos, and “Rap God,” which currently is just in audio form.
The rapper recently spoke out about his decision to call his latest album MMLP2, stating that it’s a re-visitation of the original, not a sequel.
However, fans are understandably concerned about the risk of doing a follow-up to, arguably, his best album.
Meanwhile, Eminem will be appearing on Saturday Night Live on November 2 as the musical guest, just days ahead of his album release. The show will be hosted by Kerry Washington.
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