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Eminem Posts Tracklist For 'Marshall Mathers LP 2'

Album includes collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, Rihanna

October 11, 2013 8:50 AM ET
Eminem performs in Reading, England.
Eminem performs in Reading, England.
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Eminem has shared the full track list for his upcoming album The Marshall Mathers LP 2, produced by Dr. Dre and Rick Rubin. The album features collaborations with Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, Skylar Grey and Nate Ruess of fun.

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Eminem surprised fans in August with the announcement that his eighth studio album was due out this fall, and released "Berzerk," the first single off the album a few days later. Among the songs featured on the upcoming album is "Survival," for which the rapper released a video earlier this week. The Marshall Mathers LP 2 is due out November 5th. 

Here's the track list:

"Bad Guy"
"Parking Lot (Skit)"
"Rhyme or Reason"
"So Much Better"
"Survival"
"Legacy"
"Asshole" featuring Skylar Grey
"Berzerk"
"Rap God"
"Brainless"
"Stronger Than I Was"
"Monster" featuring Rihanna
"So Far . . ."
"Love Game" featuring Kendrick Lamar
"Headlights" featuring Nate Ruess
"Evil Twin"

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