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Eminem has unveiled the artwork for his compilation album.

The rapper uploaded a short Instagram video which sees him revealing the cover of the forthcoming LP.


The artwork for Shady XV consists of two chainsaws crossed above the rapper's iconic hockey mask. 

The record will be released on Black Friday (November 26) and aims to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Eminem's label Shady Records.

Shady XV will contain the label's biggest hits from the last 15 years, including 50 Cent's 'In Da Club', Eminem's 'Lose Yourself' and new material from Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil and D-12.


Read more: http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/news/a603486/watch-eminem-reveal-chainsaw-artwork-for-shady-xv-compilation-album.html#~oSGS2zSlrRZV7b#ixzz3G90Si5hb 

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didnt he just release an album though? He should have a collab with Iggy or im not buying it.

I love Iggy but honey, no. Em is a rap legend. She is no where near any of his albums for a LONG time. She's a Barbie rapper that can't be hard like Nicki. Again, I love her, but this won't happen. So don't get mad at Em because he isnt collabing with some new, less then par rapper who has two hits and had TI ghostwrite. It's just not gonna happen, sorry boo

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