Comedian Chris Rock hinted that he would be featured in a track on the new Eminem album that is rumored to be released this summer. Some reports have suggested that the new album will release on May 28th, though others believe it will release well after Memorial Day and most likely some time in July.
Chris Rock sat down with Fuse TV earlier this week, and he wasn’t afraid to hint that you might see him in the album with Eminem.
“Uh, I can’t really say,” the comedian said. “Hey, hey, I was on the Kanye [West] record… maybe I’m on the Eminem record. You never know.”
The rumors spiraled out of control when Chris Rock posted a photo of himself in the studio with Eminem that has made its rounds through all the major social networks. The possibility of the 48-year-old being featured on a track with Eminem doesn’t seem too far off, as he appeared in Kanye West’s “Blame Game” track from his My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy album in 2011.
Dr Dre originally made headlines when he announced that Eminem was currently finishing up his eighth solo album. Ever since the news was released, Eminem has also been pictured in the studio with Big Sean.
Here’s the photo of Chris Rock’s session with the rap sensation in the studio that was re-posted by TheDailyLoud:
Eminem and Chris Rock in the studio twitter.com/DailyLoud/stat…
— TheDailyLoud (@DailyLoud) May 9, 2013
Here’s the picture of Big Sean’s appearance in the studio, accompanied by Royce Da 5’9” just a few weeks before Eminem’s studio time with Chris Rock. London’s Choice FM posted the shot for all to see on Twitter:
Eminem, Big Sean, Royce Da 5’9″ pictured in recording studio, Big Sean hinted at a collaboration with Eminem. twitter.com/ChoiceFM/statu…
— Choice FM (@ChoiceFM) April 29, 2013
Neither Eminem nor his representatives have confirmed that either Big Sean or Chris Rock will appear in his new album. Nevertheless, the chances are good as it’s not often you see artists collaborate in the studio for nothing.
Do you believe Chris Rock will appear on Eminem’s upcoming album?
[Image via David Shankbone]