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Eminem ‘in talks about headlining’ Glastonbury 2023 as Arctic Monkeys are also rumoured in line-up
Eminem is reportedly in talks about headlining Glastonbury 2023.The 49-year-old rapper is set to join The Arctic Monkeys as a headliner on the Pyramid stage next summer.A source revealed: ‘Eminem is wanted for a huge slot at Glastonbury and has been in talks for yonks.‘His dates all line up and if they can get him on board, it will be the first time he has ever played at the festival.’The insider continued to The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column: ‘Eminem is one of the greatest rappers on the planet and to have him down on the farm would be incredible.’They added that the Godzilla rapper brings a ‘huge nostalgia factor’, having been around for 25 years.The source added: ‘They think he will sign on the dotted line and they can get things going.’This comes after rumours the Arctic Monkeys have reportedly already signed the dotted line to headline Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage.The band are said to have started preparing for the epic gig, which would mark the first time they’ve appeared on the Pyramid Stage in 10 years, and the third time they’ve played the iconic festival, which will take place from June 21 to June 25 next year.A source said: ‘Alex Turner and the band are coming back to Glastonbury, and this time their set is going to be even bigger and better.’The band, who recently released their first new single in four years, are said to be keen to make the performance one of the festival’s most memorable – and we definitely wouldn’t put it past them.Elsewhere, the Spice Girls are also rumoured to be headlining, with Victoria Beckham said to be joining Melanie Brown (Mel B), Melanie Chisholm (Mel C), Emma Bunton, and Geri Halliwell at Worthy Farm.Spice Girls transport us back to the 90s with new Spice Up Your Life music
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Eminem’s Kanye West and DJ Khaled collaboration tops US Christian singles chart
Eminem‘s recent collaboration with Kanye West and DJ Khaled on the remix of ‘Use This Gospel’ has topped the US Christian singles chart.The song, a remix of Kanye West‘s ‘Use This Gospel’ that originally appeared on Ye’s 2019 album ‘Jesus Is King’, features on Khaled’s recent 13th studio album, ‘God Did’.Khaled’s version features a guest appearance from Eminem, reuniting the two rappers for the first time since 2009’s ‘Forever’, which also featured Drake and Lil Wayne.On the remix, Eminem delivers a characteristically rapid-fire verse that seems him reflect on struggling to maintain his faith: “Please let this hate make me stronger, for they turned on me like a zombie / It’s like I’m being strangled unconscious, when temptation is almost like Satan is baiting you.”It’s now reported by Chart Data that the song has debuted at the top of the Hot Christian Songs chart, giving both Eminem and Khaled their first appearance at the summit of this particular chart.Ye, meanwhile, topped the Christian Album Chart for ‘Jesus Is King’..@djkhaled, @kanyewest and @Eminem's "Use This Gospel (Remix)" debuts at #1 on this week's Hot Christian Songs chart. DJ Khaled and Eminem earn their first #1 hit.— chart data (@chartdata) September 7, 2022The news of Eminem’s latest chart-topping track comes after Drake earned his 11th US Number One album with the release of his latest LP ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ this summer, moving him past Kanye West and Eminem to tie Bruce Springsteen and Barbara Streisand for the third most Number Ones in Billboard 200 history, trailing only The Beatles (19) and JAY-Z (14).Elsewhere, Eminem has revealed that he had to retrain himself to rap following his 2007 accidental overdose on methadone.
Eminem announces expanded edition of ‘The Eminem Show’ - nme.com - USA - Detroit
Eminem announces expanded edition of ‘The Eminem Show’
Eminem has announced that he’s releasing an expanded edition of his 2002 album ‘The Eminem Show’ this week.The Detroit rapper took to social media today (May 24) to announce that he’ll drop a new updated version of his fourth album on Thursday (May 26), which will mark the album’s 20th anniversary.“‘Well, if you want Shady, this is what I’ll give ya,'” Em wrote, referencing lyrics from the album’s lead single, ‘Without Me’. “#TheEminemShow 20th Anniversary Expanded Edition drops Thursday 5/26.”The announcement came alongside a video that sees an animated Eminem sitting in front of multiple screens playing the videos for the album’s key singles: ‘Without Me’, ‘Superman’, ‘Cleanin’ Out My Closet’, ‘White America’ and ‘Sing For The Moment’.It’s not known what the expanded edition of the rapper’s fourth album will consist of but it’s likely to include some demo versions, instrumentals, and possibly some new music or never-before-heard songs.Check out Eminem’s announcement below:A post shared by Marshall Mathers (@eminem)Originally due to be released on June 4, 2002, the original version of ‘The Eminem Show’ was released nine days early after pirated and bootlegged copies appeared online via peer-to-peer networks and began appearing on the streets.The album sold over 1.3million copies in its second week in the US, where it registered a full week of sales. It features guest appearances from Dr.
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Watch Eminem join Pete Davidson for final ‘SNL’ sketch
Pete Davidson‘s final sketches for Saturday Night Live, the comedian called upon Eminem to help pay tribute to the show’s creator Lorne Michaels.It was announced earlier this week that a number of cast members would be bidding farewell to the late night sketch show at the end of its 47th season which came to a close last night (May 21).The cast members leaving the show include Davidson, Kate McKinnon, Addy Bryant and Kyle Mooney, all of whom bid farewell to Studio 8H in their own way during last night’s season finale.Davidson’s farewell reflected on his first-ever appearance on the showin a segment alongside Colin Jost on the ‘Weekend Update’ desk. He then thanked SNL “for always having my back, for allowing me to work on myself and grow” and “for never giving up on me or judging me even when everyone else was”.The ‘Weekend Update’ wasn’t the only sendoff for Davidson: in a Cut for Time sketch, the comedian delivered a third and final Eminem parody dedicated to his mentor and SNL creator Lorne Michaels, much to the irritation of the Detroit rapper himself.Flipping Dr. Dre and Eminem’s 2000 hit ‘Forgot About Dre’ into ‘Forgot About Lorne’, Davidson – using deepfake technology – paid tribute to Michaels’ legacy while namechecking a number of past cast members that went to become household names because of Michaels.However, Davidson’s tribute gets cut short when Eminem stops by the studio and shuts the production down, lambasting the comedian for his Slim Shady-themed parodies over his SNL tenure. “Please, stop.