Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Eminem New Album 2013 RUMORS: Slim Shady 'Hits Studio' with Producer Scoop DeVille? 'Poetic Justice' Mastermind Working with Britney Spears, Busta Rhymes, Travis Barker + More

Last year, Kendrick Lamar's "Poetic Justice" hit the airwaves and went viral on YouTube, Soundcloud, and beyond. The mastermind behind the catchy beat was producer Scoop DeVille... and apparently the Los Angeles rapper is currently working with several big-name artists including Britney Spears, Busta Rhymes, Blink 182's Travis Barker, and (potentially) Eminem. Slim Shady's highly-anticipated eighth studio album is set to debut sometime by the end of 2013... will a Scoop DeVille collaboration appear on the new record?

The successful hip-hop producer has worked with several popular artists including Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Baby Bash, Fat Joe, and The Game. This summer, fans can expect a Scoop DeVille take-over:
“I have so many people I’m working with right now. I’m submitting records for Britney Spears‘ new album and a couple of people that are reaching out, like the Jay-Zs and the Kanyes and stuff like that, and Eminem.” The Get Busy Committee rapper recently revealed to Hive. “I’m also working with Travis Barker, I’ll be doing all the production for his new album.”

DeVille's biggest upcoming hip-hop project? Working on an untitled track with "Look at Me Now" rapper, Busta Rhymes:
"Busta has already called it his new 'Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See,'" DeVille explains. Apparently, the song is "another sample-based record, it's really energetic and I would say clubby but at the same time it's got a really good feel to it." Deville teases that the song will be a major hit - the fresh track will feature a "huge" guest verse artist lineup alongside Busta's killer rhymes.

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