Is Eminem Releasing A Surprise 'Revival' Double Album Next Week?


Reuters/Jumana El-HelouehU.S. rapper Eminem performs during the Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix After Race closing concert at the du Arena on Yas Island, November 4, 2012.

"Revival" will complete a trilogy of albums from Eminem, joining 2009's "Relapse" and 2010's "Recovery".

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The highly-anticipated 19-track project features Beyonce, Phresher, Ed Sheeran, Alicia Keys, Skylar Grey, Kehlani, Pink and more.

The rapper made the big reveal on Instagram on Tuesday (Dec. 5), sharing the tracklist to the album, which is scheduled for release on December 15.

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UPDATE: Eminem has confirmed the track list! In 2013, he released "Marshall Mathers LP 2", which included hit singles like "Berzerk", "Rap God", and "The Monster", a collaboration with Rihanna.

The 19-track offering also finds Eminem linking up with rookie artist, Phresher, who caused tremors previous year on the East Coast with his regional hit "Wait a Minute". Ed Sheeran among its guest performers, and you can expect the presence of that last name to seriously divide opinion. The track featuring Sheeran is titled "River". So the floppy "Walk on Water" will have to do.

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