Revival comes almost four years after Em's 2013 studio album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
The 19-track offering also finds Eminem linking up with rookie artist, Phresher, who caused tremors past year on the East Coast with his regional hit "Wait a Minute".
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See the reactions to Phresher's appearance on Eminem's upcoming Revival album below.
UPDATE: Eminem has confirmed the track list!
Eminem finally uncovered the official tracklist for his anticipated Revival album today (Dec. 5), and while there were some expected turnouts on the guest roster, Phresher serves as the biggest surprise. He said the rap titan then flew to NY to meet with him where they spent eight hours recording a new track. Just cutthroat, at your throat music.
He later said that the track is produced by Denaun Porter and that he didn't even hear the record until he got there.