Eminem Said To Be Recording New Music With D12

(AllHipHop News) Eminem and fellow members of the Hip Hop collective D12 are reportedly recording new music. In an article for the Detroit Free Press, F.B.T. Studios co-owner Mark Bass says he has been working on new tracks for Em and The Dirty Dozen.

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DFP’s story reads:

Bass, who has started a label called Motunes Media, says he’s also been mixing new material by the mercurial funk-pop giant Sly Stone with members of the original Family Stone band, along with new D12 tracks, including three with Eminem.

Mark and his brother Jeff Bass have both contributed to Eminem and D12 projects in the past. The group has not released an official album since the double platinum D12 World in 2004. Their initial LP, Devil’s Night, came out in 2001.

Along with Eminem, the surviving members of D12 include Bizarre, Mr. Porter, Kuniva, Swifty McVay, and Fuzz Scoota. Two original members have passed away- Bugz in 1999 and Proof in 2006.

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22 Responses to “Eminem Said To Be Recording New Music With D12”

  1. Black Jay

    Just like the new Wu, I won’t be copping this one. I was never a diehard fan of their music anyway. Just a couple of songs. Not because I’m hating, but the chemistry is altered. It won’t be on par with what they did before. Not that I was really into that style anyway.

  2. SleepyTheGreat

    D-12 “Devil’s Night”, In My Opinion Is The MOST Slept On Group Album Ever. That Was The “Real” Marshall Mather’s LP 2 Lol

  3. young ak

    well bizzy n mr porter av left so unless they av decided to come back its only guner be em, fuzz scutta, swifty n kuniva so more like d8 but im not givin up hope

  4. TruthHurts

    These tracks won’t end up anywhere except a few mix tapes and possibly somebodies solo project. I don’t think you can have a D12 album without Proof unless they announce Royce is going to fill a gap, and Bizarre/Porter are confirmed on board. I’m guessing this is simply some publicity for the Bass brother’s new label venture and to get their name’s back in circulation.

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