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Eminem And 50 Cent Have A New Record On The Way, Thank You Rap God

Thank you rap God.

So what if 50 Cent is no longer signed to Shady Records -- does that mean he and Eminem can't make music? Of course not.

On Tuesday, Fif confirmed during a fan chat hosted by New York's Daily News newspaper that Eminem will appear on his upcoming album Street King Immortal.

"Yeah, he[sic] got a new song together on my new album. So you'll get a chance to hear that shortly," 50 said in response to a fan who asked if he and Em will ever do a song again.

Em signed 50 to his record abel in 2002 and the next year Fif's diamond-selling debut Get Rich or Die Tryin' came out on Shady Records. After six years and four solo albums on the label, 50 parted ways with Insterscope, Shady and Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment in 2014, with Em's blessing of course.

The two last collaborated on the 2012 single "My Life" and will reunite again on 50's upcoming album.

"I try to balance the highlights from the past two records. To try to create a different style and the story telling," he said of SKI. "I'm going to release a date shortly but it's definitely coming out. I pushed it back to release the G-Unit EPs: The Beauty and Beast. It's just now the focus on completing the record for me."