Eminem has released the official track listing to his upcoming album, Recovery.
The rapper released the artwork to the opus earlier this week, a pair of alternate versions for fans.
The track listing shows a wide range of collaborations from Pink, Rihanna, Lil Wayne, and Kobe. There was no indication of the producers of each song listened after the list was released via rapradar.com. Check track listing below.
It’s been a short while since we’ve heard anything from the ever-controversial Kanye West (see: Taylor Swift). Now gearing up for the release of latest LP ‘Good Ass Job’, it appears the Grammy winner’s first offering from the record will be the Dwele assisted ‘Power’. Take a listen to the track, which surfaced just a few moments ago, below… Hit or miss, tell us what you think.
I’m sure this is the only song this lady knows looking at the worn out frets and the guy in the background with the expression that he has heard this song about 9 billion times, but we’ve never heard it, so it rules.
What you are watching is built entirely from the sounds of Craftsman tools mixed and edited by Kutiman. No musical instruments were used, which is really amazing for how awesome this little jam is. When the sprinkler came on I started laughing I don’t know why. Check it out.
I was watching “Reality Bites” the other day and I don’t know which I would rather be. The grunge, cut up jeans , long hair hipster of the 90′s or the skinny’s , salon hair cut hipster of present. Which would you be? Either way the tunes are good. Here are some must have 90′s alt jams to listen to in your old doc martins and jean jacket.
Porno For Pyros – Pets
During the Tigers Yankees game last night, Hov and Em announced that they would partake in a two-show stand. On September 2nd, Jay will open up for Em at Comerica Park in Detroit. Then on September 13th, Em will be the opening act at Yankee Stadium. This will be the first concert at the new Yankee stadium. We are thrilled that two of today’s most exciting music artists will headline the first-ever concert at Yankee Stadium,” said Chief Operating Officer Lonn Trost. “Yankee Stadium was built with this kind of mega-event in mind. It will undoubtedly be a memorable occasion for music fans around the world.” No word yet when tickets go on sale but we are already waiting on line. (Video of em and jay at the game last night below.)
Great 80′s movies were so simple to plot. A period of rough times followed by a period of rising up to the best motivational songs ever which manifested ultimate victory. Bottom line is these songs should be on your gym playlist and your sure to become a machine. If you need a little extra boost try the entire Rocky IV soundtrack played on repeat, it will give you those roided out results you are looking for.
Rocky IV – John Cafferty “Hearts on Fire”
BloodSport – Bush Stan “Fight to Survive”
Some might call it animal cruelty, I call it a dog with mad beatboxing skills. This dog reminds me of a young Rahzel back in 1997. I actually heard this dog is entering this years beatboxing competition in New York City, so I’m pretty excited to see his career really take off this summer.
This weeks edition focuses on the hopeless optimist sounds of Wes Anderson’s hopelessly optimistic movies. The soundtracks are usually comprised of 60′s folk/punk that really allow you to feel the emotion of the scene. Mostly, good jams for cooking breakfast and trying to feeling good about the day.
The Kinks – This Time Tomorrow (Darjeeling Limited Soundtrack)
The Who – A Quick One While He’s Away (Rushmore Soundtrack)
As promised Zootpatrol is giving you the new Eminem single hot off the press. The new Eminem song is here ladies and gentlemen. This is “Not Afraid” from the upcoming album, Recovery. The song is an anthem in nature and rebellious to the core. Check it out.