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Hot off the heels of , we’ve got the next track off of ‘s album, titled 3 A.M. You can take a listen to the track by hitting play above, or if you want to download it, hit the link below. While we aren’t big fans of what he is doing with his voice, the lyrics are tight and on point. Take a listen.

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Gallery: Eminem’s 3 A.M. from Relapse leaks


Eminem Relapse Album Cover

We are looking forward to ‘s album as much as the next guy, and May 15 is just over three weeks away, so the wait is almost over. In the meantime, though, we figured we’d give you a look at the Relapse album art, which you can find above. See what they did there? The album is called Relapse. So they made his face out of a bunch of pills! And the tag on the left says that it was “Prescribed by Dr. Dre.” Yeah, that is kinda hot.

Gallery: Eminem’s Relapse Album Art is kinda hot

What do videos look like when you’re so 3000 and 8 and not 2000 and late? Judging by this clip for “Boom Boom Pow,” the future will consist of dancers in striped bodysuits.

The ’ next album, THE E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies), hits stores on June 9.

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So Eminem’s already released a new single, debuted a tabloid-worthy video and appeared in public at the Hall of Fame induction ceremony. What could possibly be next for the Oscar-winning rapper? The performance.

On May 31, Eminem will mark his musical return to the stage at the 2009 MTV Movie Music Awards. The 8 Mile star was the first person - outside of host - announced for the 18th annual event.

Although it hasn’t been confirmed which song he will be performing, it wouldn’t be unlike the network to park Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears in the front row for an awkward “We Made You” number.

The awards ceremony will come almost two weeks after the debut of Eminem’s new album, .

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Gallery: Eminem Scheduled for MTV Movie Awards

Celebrities watch out. is back from his leave of absence and ready to pick up where he left off.

In his new video for “We Made You,” the rapper takes on nearly every tabloid target of the past year. (Jessica Simpson, Kim Kardashian, Sarah Palin, Lindsay Lohan, and Amy Winehouse are just a few of the “lucky” ones.)

But Marshall Mathers doesn’t only touch on the females of Hollywood. With the help of Dr. Dre, he also incorporates Star Trek, Transformers, Rain Man, Bret Michaels, John Mayer and Elvis into the clip.

Eminem’s next album, Relapse, will be released on May 19.

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Gallery: Eminem Offends Again in ‘We Made You’ Video


Even though they will become only the second hip hip act inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Run-D.M.C. won’t be bringing the house down this weekend.

At Saturday’s ceremony in Cleveland, attendees will not see any musical performance from the two remaining survivors of the group. Instead, a video montage will be used to celebrate their history.

After the shooting death of DJ Jason “Jam Master Jay” Mizell in 2002, Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons and Darryl “DMC” McDaniels made the decision not to perform together again. “For me, I tell people, ‘Do you want to see me and Run running around without Jay?’ ” DMC told MTV News. “They tell me I could get Grandmaster Flash [to fill in]. But I can get any DJ in the world if I want. It wouldn’t be right. I can’t replace my drummer.”

Click to continue reading No Run-D.M.C. Performance at Hall of Fame Ceremony

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Gallery: No Run-D.M.C. Performance at Hall of Fame Ceremony

Although some might have thought Fergie would continue with her successful solo career, the Duchess is once again back with her boys.

Later this summer, the Peas will release their first album since 2005’s Monkey Business. The track above, “Boom Boom Pow,” is scheduled to be the CD’s first single.

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Gallery: Listen to Black Eyed Peas’ “Boom Boom Pow”

Kanye WestIf you consider Kanye West’s provocative comments to be more humorous than outright annoying, you may want to set your DVRs now.

Later this month, the rapper will get an entire hour of television to himself. As the featured guest on VH1’s Storytellers program, Kanye will get a chance to perform tracks from and talk about the stories behind each song.

So what should one expect from that February 28th broadcast? I’m predicting something similar to this recent quote in Details magazine:

“Oh my God, I’m one of the greatest rappers in the world. I’ll get on a track and completely ee-nihilate that track, I’ll eat it and rip it in half. I wouldn’t have to think of it.”

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Gallery: Kanye West Talks About Himself on Storytellers

MC Hammer and Vanilla Ice

Forget about Eminem and Dre. What’s the hottest pairing this month? Hammer and Ice.

Later this month, two of the biggest acts from the early 90’s will be teaming up for a one-night only concert. The event, titled “Hammer Pants and Ice” (I kid you not), will be the first time rappers Vanilla Ice and MC Hammer have shared the same stage since their glory days.

Needing a reason to break out your Hammer Pants? In the mood to “stop, collaborate and listen”? Well, then book your tickets to Orem, Utah. Tickets for the February 27th package deal start at just $32.50. (Those with a few extra bucks in their baggy pants can also purchase a Meet and Greet as well.)

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Gallery: MC Hammer and Vanilla Ice On Stage Together

50 Cent, Eminem and Dr. Dre

Kelly Clarkson may have just had the biggest leap on Billboard’s Hot 100, but Eminem is breaking records of his own.

“Crack the Bottle,” Marshall Mather’s collaboration with 50 Cent and Dr. Dre, just scored the most digital downloads during a song’s debut week. The single was purchased 418,000 times, approximately 180,000 times more than Clarkson’s “My Life Would Suck Without You.”

Only Flo Rida’s “Low” (467,000) and Lady GaGa’s “Just Dance” (419,000) have done better than “Bottle.”

“Lose Yourself” was ‘s only other song to reach the top of the Hot 100. That song spent 12 weeks at #1 after its 2002 release.

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Gallery: Eminem Breaks Digital Sales Records