Eminem collaborates in new D12 album, says Swifty Mcvay

No news yet on Eminem new album 2016
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Eminem performs on stage at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, California April 13, 2014. Reuters/Lucy Nicholson

Marshall Mathers may be mum about his new album but Eminem's fans how have something to look forward to as the “Lose Yourself” rapper will be a part of the forthcoming album of Dirty Dozen.

Swifty Mcvay confirmed that the American hip hop group popularly known as D12 will collaborate with Eminem for its next album.

“Will D12 have another album? Yes. Will Eminem be a part of it? Yes,” he said in a video interview circulating on Twitter.

However, Mcvay did not disclose how Eminem will collaborate with the group or when D12’s new album will be released.

A Detroit, Michigan native like the five other D12 members, Eminem created the famous Slim Shady character as his alter-ego when he joined the original D12 group in 1996. Eminem’s hiatus from the group and the death of rapper Proof in 2006 made the D12 less active.

The news of Eminem’s participation in D12’s upcoming album stirred various reactions among his fans, who are eagerly awaiting the release of Slim Shady’s new album. Eminem’s last album, “The Marshall Mathers LP 2,” was released back in 2013. So far, there is also no news on Eminem’s new album 2016 release date.

Without a new album and scant gigs from June 2015 to June 2016, the “Rap God” dropped off of the Forbes’ Celebrity 100 list of the world’s highest paid celebrities.

The “Berzerk” artist was rumoured to move to London but he never confirmed it. The multi-awarded musician is currently busy with gaming venture “Shady Wars” while composing new tracks for television and film.

WATCH: Swifty Mcvay confirms Eminem's collaboration on D12's new album