Eminem To Hit The Studio With No I.D.

'I think that would be one of the next steps in that lineage of what I'm trying to do,' producer tells MTV News of collaborating with Em.

No I.D. knows a thing or two about producing for rap greats. With a discography which already includes unforgettable tracks with the likes of Common ("I Used to Love H.E.R."), Jay-Z ("Run This Town") and Nas ("Daughters"), the Chicago beat wizard and Def Jam executive looks to get in the studio with another primetime hitmaker: Eminem.

"I definitely sat down and spoke with Eminem about working and we agreed to get in the studio and see what we could do," No I.D. told MTV News on Wednesday in Los Angeles while he attended a G.O.O.D. Music party in the Moet Rosé Lounge at Bagatelle. "He's one of the best, I want to work with one of the best and try and give some music contributions. I think that would be one of the next steps in that lineage of what I'm trying to do."

So what exactly would a No I.D./Eminem record sound like? "Hip-hop," he said with a brimming confidence.

If fans are lucky, they may be able to hear the results of that session sometime soon. Last month, Eminem confirmed that he is working on his seventh major label studio album and his Bad Meets Evil partner Royce da 5'9" is already impressed. "Marshall is the studio right now, laying the most awesome lyrics in the world," Nickel Nine said when he and Slaughterhouse appeared on "RapFix Live" on August 30. "I'm not so sure how the world is going to respond from some of the things that I've heard from him."

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