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Eminem Discusses The Process Of Making “MMLP2”

Posted By on November 2, 2013

On November 5th, Eminem will release his new album, “The Marshall Mathers LP 2”. From the looks of the current leaks, which include “The Monster” and “Love Game”, Marshall will definitely not let us down.

Eminem recently sat down with Rolling Stone, and talked about his process of making this album:

“I feel like right now I’m probably working harder than I’ve ever worked in my life,” Eminem says in the interview. “And I’ve probably worked harder on this record than any other record aside from maybe the time period during The Eminem Show, which is a little hazy ’cause just so much shit was going on at that time. Just being so busy with The Eminem Show and doing the 8 Mile movie, and the soundtrack and the score to the movie. This is probably the equivalent of that but all focused on the record mostly.” 


“Once I had the direction that I wanted to go, and you know calling it The Marshall Mathers LP 2, obviously I knew that there might be certain expectations,” Eminem says. “Like, I wouldn’t want to just call it that just for the sake of calling it that. So I wanted to make sure that I had the right songs to be able to call it that. So, a lot of recording. A lot of songs that people probably will never hear. We hit a couple of road blocks. There were songs where the beat leaked or a producer sold the beat to someone else or whatever. And just when you think you got it or you got the right amount of songs you go back and you listen and you’re like, ‘Fuck man! I feel like it needs this or this’ to paint the whole picture.”


MMLP2 Drops November 5th.