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Eminem wants to make a joint album with 50 Cent: "I’m here"

A photo of 50 Cent and Eminem.
50 Cent and Eminem. (Shutterstock/Ga Fullner)

Eminem wants to make a joint album with 50 Cent.

On Sunday, DJ Whoo Kid shared a phone call between himself and Em on SiriusXM’s Shade 45.

During the call, Whoo Kid asked Em if rumors that he and 50 were planning to release a joint project were true.

Responding to Whoo Kid, the "Lose Yourself" rapper said: “Where’d that come from? I don’t know whose idea that was but that’s crazy.”

Despite denying the rumors, Em went on to say that he'd be down for such a project.

“Whatever he needs from me, I’m here," he said. "That shit would be crazy though, an album with me and him.”

Whether with himself or not, Em also told Whoo Kidd that he's been trying to get 50 to release new music.

The G-Unit frontman's most recent studio album, "Animal Ambition," was released in 2014.

“I’m trying to get him to make another album so bad,” Em revealed. “We need another 50 album, like really bad."

50 and Em have worked together on numerous occasions in the past, including on their 2006 hit "You Don't Know" and 2009's "Crack a Bottle" with Dr. Dre.

In 2015, 50 addressed the idea of him and Em making a joint album during a Hang With vlog.

"I don't know," he said when asked by a fan if he'd ever team up with Em for an album.

"You seen Drake and Future did an album together, so we'd probably do an album together or some shit," he added.


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