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Eminem Hat Confirms New Album Is Due in 2013

Baseball cap lists dates of rapper's 'landmark solo albums'

October 29, 2012 10:20 AM ET
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Eminem performs at Coachella in Indio, California.
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Though the San Francisco Giants completed a sweep of Eminem's hometown Detroit Tigers last night to win the World Series, a new hat style on the rapper's favorite baseball team has confirmed, in a roundabout way, an album due next year. The Eminem Baseball Tribute Hat has a side panel listing various years that are "dedicated to the landmark Eminem solo albums," and right after 2010 comes 2013. Eminem released his last album, Recovery, in 2010.

The Eminem Baseball Tribute Hat is available on the rapper's website.

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