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|The Marshall Mathers LP 2|
|Studio album by Eminem|
|Released||November 5, 2013|
|Recorded||2012 - 2013|
|Length||78:13 (Standard Version)|
|Label||Aftermath Entertainment, Shady Records, Interscope Records|
|Producer||Aalias, Alex da Kid, Cardiak, DJ Khalil, Dr. Dre (exec.), DVLP, Emile, Eminem, Filthy, Frank Dukes, Frequency, Jeff Bhasker, Luis Resto, M-Phazes, Rick Rubin (also exec.), S1, Sid Roams, StreetRunner|
|Singles from The Marshall Mathers LP 2|
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The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (also known as MMLP2) is the eighth studio album by Eminem which was released by Interscope/Aftermath/Shady on November, 5th, 2013. This album is a sequel to The Marshall Mathers LP. Production for the album has taken place since 2011. Guest artists on the album are Kendrick Lamar, Rihanna, Skyler Grey, Nate Reuss, Sia (Deluxe Edition), and Buckshot (Deluxe Edition). Liz Rodruiguez makes an uncredited appearance on the track Survival. It was executively produced by Dr. Dre and Rick Rubin. Within two weeks it achieved platinum status with over 1,123,000 in the United States
Six days before the album was originally set to be released, the Deluxe and normal edition of it was leaked
The album sold 792,000 copies in it's first week. It marks Eminem's seventh consecutive Number 1 ranked album on various music charts. It came second in sales for 2013 only behind Justin Timberlake's 20/20 Experience. In its third week since its release, the album returned to number 1 on the Billboard 200 bringing its total of sales to 1,123,000 in the United States also giving it platinum status.
- Bad Guy
- Parking Lot (Skit)
- Rhyme or Reason
- So Much Better
- Asshole (Ft. Skylar Gray)
- Rap God
- Stronger Than I Was
- The Monster (Ft. Rihanna)
- So Far...
- Love Game (Ft. Kendrick Lamar)
- Headlights (Ft. Nate Ruess)
- Evil Twin
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