Shady Records has been responsible for a number of rap's biggest releases over the last decade-and-a-half. Since the label launched in 1999, they've dropped major releases from 50 Cent, D12, Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil, Obie Trice and Yelawolf, not to mention the "8 Mile" soundtrack.
To celebrate that 15-year milestone, the Eminem-founded outfit dropped Shady XV this week. The album -- which comes in addition to a 66-track mixtape, which dropped over the weekend -- features 27 cuts of pure Shady madness.
The first 12 joints are brand new, with plenty of Em, a DJ Premier-produced Slaughterhouse track, some Yelawolf, and a new D12 song. There are a number of standouts, including the posse cut, "Detroit vs. Everybody," and Marshall's "Fine Line," which serves as another in a long line of his tracks contemplating his own fame and how its impacted his life.
The second half of the project offers old favorites, like "In da Club," "Purple Pills," "Wanksta" and "Lose Yourself."
The album is available now in stores and on iTunes, and you can stream it in full below.