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Eminem Will Have 10 New Songs On The Upcoming Shady XV Compilation

That's a good way to celebrate an anniversary.

Eminem is getting ready to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Shady Records with the upcoming Shady XV, and to do that, he's giving fans a bunch of new music.

Though it was a bit unclear when the compilation was first announced how many new Em joints we'd get, with the release of the tracklist on Wednesday (October 29), it became obvious that November 24 can't come soon enough.

The project will be a double-disc release, with the second disc offering greatest hits from the label -- including Marshall's "Lose Yourself," 50 Cent's "In da Club," D12's "My Band" and more -- and the first disc features 12 brand new tracks from Em and co. Among those will be five solo songs from the Rap God, including the recently-released "Guts Over Fear," as well as an appearance with Bad Meets Evil, alongside Royce da 5'9", and one with D12, plus features on cuts from Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf.

The last track on the first side will be "Detroit Vs. Everybody," a posse cut that includes Em, Royce, Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf and Trick Trick.

Sean recently spoke on a collab with Eminem, saying that fans could "expect a little somethin’ somethin’ sooner or later."

Last year, Sean told MTV News what it was like to work with the legend. “Being in the studio, I just remembered when my mom bought me his [first] album from Costco or something a long-ass time ago, so you could just imagine going from that moment -- being a lil'-ass boy -- then fast forwarding 20 years later and being in the studio with him,” he said. “We talked for a few hours before we even worked on music. I was telling him my stories about how we were performing all around downtown Detroit and [it turned out that] he was performing in the same places.”

Shady XV drops on November 24.

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