More than 25 years into his career, Eminem is ready to take his victory lap. This Friday, the Detroit native has celebrated his legendary career with the release of his greatest hits project, Curtain Call II. Serving as the follow-up to Curtain Call: The Hits, the project features 35 tracks across two sides. Along the way, the fans will enjoy classic records like “No Love” featuring Lil’ Wayne and “Crack A Bottle” featuring 50 Cent and Dr. Dre. There are also contributions from Rihanna, Juice WRLD, Kehlani, P!nk, Beyoncé and several other stars.
“Known for his acerbic wit, rapid flows, and endlessly personal songwriting, Eminem’s presence continues to loom large over both hip-hop and pop culture itself. Since releasing his debut album, The Slim Shady LP in 1999, he’s gone on to become the best-selling rap artist in history, having recently been certified with six diamond awards from the RIAA, and is now the most certified artist for gold and platinum singles in history,” the press release for Curtain Call II reads.
Eminem’s Curtain Call II sets up for the release for PAULPOD: Curtain Call 2. The podcast, hosted by Paul Rosenberg, will provide background on some of the Detroit native’s biggest hits.
“Paul Pod: Curtain Call 2 will feature Paul Rosenberg looking back and sitting down with special guests that have helped, guided and inspired Eminem throughout his career. The special will take an in-depth look at the hits, art, videos, and albums that make up the legendary musical library of Eminem as told through first-hand experiences by the participants and collaborators on these celebrated projects,” the podcast’s synopsis reads.
Check out Curtain Call II and get ready for the Paul Pod episodes to come.