Eminem is gearing up to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Shady Records with the upcoming greatest hits album ‘Shady XV.’ On Wednesday (Oct. 29), the Detroit spitfire released the tracklist to the collection, which features both new and old songs from his storied label.

The compilation will be a 2-CD set with the first disc boasting 12 brand new songs from Eminem and artists his label’s roster. Eminem has five solo tracks to himself including the previously released ‘Guts Over Fear’ featuring Sia and a Bad Meets Evil collaboration with Royce Da 5’9″ called ‘Vegas.’

One song that will interest fans is the all-star posse song called ‘Detroit vs. Everybody.’ As the title suggests, the track featuring D-Town’s hot rhymers Royce Da 5’9″, Big Sean, Danny Brown, DeJ Loaf and Trick Trick.

On Disc 2, listeners will get 15 tracks of Shady Records’ noteworthy hit songs from 50 Cent, D12, Obie Trice, Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse.

Finally, a bonus song is included: a demo version of Eminem’s Oscar-winning song, ‘Lose Yourself.’

Overall, the project is a must-have for Eminem fans.

‘Shady XV’ will arrive in stores on Nov. 24, which is a big day for music. Along with Em’s release, Iggy Azalea and Rick Ross are dropping their albums, ‘Reclassified’ and ‘Hood Billionaire,’ respectively.

Shady XV Tracklist

Disc 1:

1. Eminem — ‘ShadyXV’
2. Slaughterhouse — ‘Psychopath Killer’ (Ft. Eminem and Yelawolf)
3. Eminem — ‘Die Alone’ (Ft. Kobe)
4. Bad Meets Evil — ‘Vegas’
5. Slaughterhouse — ‘Ya’ll Ready Know’
6. Eminem — ‘Guts Over Fear’ (Ft. Sia)
7. Yelawolf — ‘Down’
8. D12 — ‘Bane’
9. Eminem — ‘Fine Line’
10. Skylar Grey, Eminem, and Yelawolf — ‘Twisted’
11. Eminem — ‘Right for Me’
12. Eminem, Royce Da 5’9″, Big Sean, Danny Brown, DeJ Loaf, and Trick Trick — ‘Detroit Vs. Everybody’

Disc 2:

1. 50 Cent — ‘I Get Money’
2. D12 — ‘Purple Pills’
3. Eminem — ‘Lose Yourself’
4. Obie Trice, Kuniva, Bobby Creekwater, Ca$his, and Stat Quo — ‘Cry Now (Shady Remix)’
5. Yelawolf — ‘Let’s Roll’ (Ft. Kid Rock)
6. Slaughterhouse — ‘Hammer Dance’
7. 50 Cent — ‘P.I.M.P.’
8. Eminem, 50 Cent, Ca$his, and Lloyd Banks — ‘You Don’t Know’
9. D12 — ‘My Band’
10. Obie Trice — ‘Wanna Know’
11. 50 Cent — ‘Wanksta’
12. Obie Trice — ‘The Setup’ (Ft. Nate Dogg)
13. 50 Cent — ‘In Da Club’
14. D12 — ‘Fight Music’
15. Yelawolf — ‘Pop the Trunk’

Eminem — ‘Lose Yourself’ (Original Demo Version)




You would think that after being shot multiple times that Suge Knight would stay out of trouble. But alas, this is not the case. On Wednesday (Oct. 29), the former rap impresario, along with comedian Katt Williams, was arrested for allegedly stealing a paparazzo’s camera back in September.

Williams was arrested in Inglewood, Calif., before a hearing on a separate assault case, and Knight was arrested in Las Vegas. Both men were charged with one count of robbery stemming from the Sept. 5 incident, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Prosecutors claim that Knight and Williams stole a camera from an “independent celebrity photographer” outside of a studio in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Because Knight has a previous conviction of assault with a deadly weapon, he is looking at 30 years to life in prison in the robbery case. Williams faces seven years in prison if convicted.

Prosecutors are seeking bail be set at $1 million for Knight and $75,000 for Williams, according to the district attorney’s office.

This is not looking good for both Knight and Williams. Let’s hope the case gets resolved without the men serving some real serious prison time.



Tattle Tailzz reports,
The woman that had a secret daughter with Matthew Knowles and was somewhat friends with Solange… Taqoya Branscomb has been revealed. Earlier this year she came forward about her having a daughter with Matthew Knowles and in  a new interview with Inside Edition, the former lingerie model revealed photos of her child as she continued to allege Knowles’ paternity.
In the chat, Taqoya, who is based in Texas, discussed how her little one already shows a passion for singing and dancing.
Koi Knowles has been proven to be the father of Mathew Knowels. Taqoya told Inside Edition, that she initially was shocked to learn she was pregnant: ‘He’d had a vasectomy. Or at least that was what I was told.’ She then displayed the results of the aforementioned paternity test, which was court ordered in her suit. Of course she want’s her daughter to meet her sister Beyonce


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After performing at “Ball Out Beaucoup” in New Orleans, Kelis took a few photos for her fans, and let’s just say they aren’t the most flattering. With her bright, blonde tresses and too-tight bodycon dress, everyone mutally agreed that she did look indeed, off. Twitter put her on blast by saying everything from “she let Nas down” to “she can keep that ‘Milkshake’.”

She is reporting in saying that they caught her after the turn up: “That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.”




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Daily News reprots,

Rev. Al Sharpton has shed 60% of his much-mocked weight — and he did it without surgery, diet pills or a single Weight Watchers meeting.

“I could take all the cartoons in the tabloid newspapers, but I couldn’t take my daughter punching me in the belly and asking why I was so fat,” Sharpton recalled. “That was my inspiration to lose the weight. And probably the last time anyone hurt my feelings.”

That incident with his daughter happened nearly 15 years ago, when she was 12. But it wasn’t until more recently that Sharpton devised his strategy to drop the pounds — just stop eating.

That’s only a minor simplification.

Around six years ago, Sharpton cut out red meat. A year later, he did away with chicken — no small feat for a guy who ate fried fowl three times a day (with grits and eggs for breakfast and on a sandwich in the afternoon, plus a half-chicken for dinner).

Eventually he cut out so much food that he was subsisting on a single lunchtime salad (albeit with one perk: a chopped egg). That’s when the weight really started coming off, at a rate of about 2 pounds a week. And as he got thinner, he found he missed food less and less.





Juvenile’s returning to the label that he helped put on the map. In a new interview with MTV News’ Rob Markman, Juvenile confirmed that he has signed with Cash Money Records once again.

“It’s already done, man, I signed the paperwork a couple days ago,” said Juvenile when asked about the possibility of rejoining Cash Money Records. “I’m signed back. Rich Gang, I’m about to get my little tattoo and everything. It’s all love. I’m back.”

Juvenile has been seen repping the YMCMB and Rich Gang brands for a few years now, so his Cash Money return does not come as a huge surprise. Birdman also spoke to MTV News about Juvenile’s return to Cash Money.

“Even though we been through what we’ve been through, we’re older now ’cause we were younger then,” said Birdman. “We all spoke. [Lil'] Wayne did music with him, we spoke. I just wanted to feel if the time was right, if we could do it or if we wasn’t gonna do it, we just wasn’t gonna do it. And I just feel like the time is right.”

This will mark the third time that the New Orleans, LA rapper has signed with Cash Money Records. Juvenile originally left the label following the release of his 2001 album ‘Project English’ due to a money dispute. He would return in 2003 to release his album ‘Juve The Great’ before quickly departing once again. Despite this history, Juvenile assures fans he’s in it for the long haul this time around.

“I’m here to stay too,” said Juvenile. “For everybody out there, I’m not going nowhere. I talked about it to [Birdman] like, man, I plan on retiring here. You start where you finish. I ain’t going nowhere, I’m here.”

The Juvenile and Cash Money partnership has been fruitful for both sides. Juvenile’s work as solo artist and as part of the Hot Boys (with Lil’ Wayne, B.G. and Turk) played a vital role in Cash Money’s ability to secure a major deal with Universal Records in the late 90s. Plus, Juvenile’s 1998 album ’400 Degreez’ is still the best-selling album for both Juvenile as a solo artist and Cash Money as a label.

“To be working with Juvie again, I’m excited about that,” said Birdman. “I know what I can bring out him and I know with the platform that I have, he can be bigger than was before.”