Eminem Collaborations, New Video Set For Release

As white-hot rapper Eminem mulls plans for a possible summer tour, some miscellaneous tracks and side projects that he's worked on are starting to make their way to the web as well as store shelves.

Online independent music distributor CDuctive has just inked an exclusive deal to make several songs featuring Eminem available via its site. Two tracks, "Scary Movies" and "Nuttin' to Do," were recorded by Eminem and another rapper, Royce, under the collaborative moniker "Good Meets Evil."

A third song, "Green and Gold," from an artist known as the Anonymous also features a guest appearance from Eminem. Several different versions and mixes of all three songs are available to Internet users for $.99 per download.

In addition to the CDuctive tunes, Eminem has also contributed vocals to "Get These," a song slated for Rawkus Records' "Soundbombing II," a collection of material mixed together by the World Famous Beat Junkies, J-Rocc, and Babu.

Other artists coming out for the

second installment of the "Soundbombing" series include Common, Black Star's Mos Def, the Cocoa Brovas, Brand Nubian's Sadat X, Company Flow, Grand Puba, and Bahamadia. Common appears on "1999," the first single from "Soundbombing II," while the album is due out on May 18.

Meanwhile, Eminem is scheduled to debut his new video, "Guilty Conscience," on MTV on May 14.