Ed Sheeran, Pink, Alicia Keys join Eminem's 'Revival'

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Last week, executive producer Dr. Dre announced via Twitter video that "Revival" will be released on December 15.

Revival comes almost four years after Em's 2013 studio album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2.

Revival has been produced by the legendary Rick Rubin. The Real Slim Shady revealed the tracklist for his ninth studio album Revival on Instagram.

Meanwhile, one artist seems to be upset after Eminem posted the tracklist of his new album.

He reposted the list of songs, which feature collaborations with the likes of Beyonce, Pink, Ed Sheeran, and Alicia Keys, and used an angry-faced emoji, among others, to show his dissatisfaction.

Rapper Eminem has unveiled the star-studded line-up for his new album Revival - and it includes Ed Sheeran and Pink, as well as Beyonce. The two artists previously worked together on "Revenge" from P!nk's Beautiful Trauma. Eminem ends 'Walk on Water' with the words "as long as I got a mic, I'm godlike/So me and you are not alike/B*t*h, I wrote 'Stan'", which reminds us of his pompous, over-indulgent and snarky persona on earlier albums. "Walk On Water" debuted on number 2 on the Digital Songs chart.

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