Jay Z Eminem Yankee Stadium
September 13, 2010 by Post Team
Jay Z Eminem Yankee Stadium, Less than a week before the start of his house and home visit with Jay-Z, Eminem was staying tight-lipped about its plans for the stadium shows, which began on 2-3 September at Comerica Park in Detroit before moving to Yankee Stadium on Monday and Tuesday – the first concerts to be held in the new stadium.
“I do not want to go into it too much,” Eminem told Billboard.com. “I do not want to give anything away. … But I think it’ll be good.”
He did, however, allow the selection of songs “will probably be all over the place” instead of focusing on “recovery,” her double-platinum latest album still sits atop the Billboard 200. “We hope it will be songs that everyone is familiar with.” In Detroit, the list ranged from “recovery” tracks of older songs like “Stan” and “The Way I Am”, an end to “Lose Yourself.” Jay-Z, meanwhile, conducted a series of hits and medleys, closing their set with “Empire State of Mind” and “Numb.” Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Young Jeezy and Memphis Bleek dropped in for guest spots.
Eminem would not guarantee that he and Jay-Z would perform together – which briefly made in Detroit – but promised that there would be no kind of attitude battle between them. “Nah, I do not think it will be something like a competition,” says Eminem. “For me and most people just want Jay to go out and have a good time. We want you to enjoy music.”
Eminem is also slated to perform at the MTV Video Music Awards Sunday in Los Angeles and has another gig lined up for the Festival of the epicenter on 25 September in Fontana, California
Plans for other programs and even a tour, however, remain in the air. “I’m taking everything as it is … a step by step and see what is going to be,” said Eminem. “I have not really planned too far in what I’m doing or whatever, so we’ll see.”
Eminem is also looking to his next recording project. Although he says there are tracks he finished 25-30, plus 17 who made “Recovery”, Eminem also “in the study probably about five days a week. I’m always working. I have no plan as far as when I put another disk or anything like that. I just make music and I always like to write just to stay mentally in my game. ”
It also says they “definitely want to go back to” act in turn eight years after his star in “8 Mile”, and although the producers of ABC’s new police drama “1-8-7 Detroit has made any public proposal to him, there are no commitments to anything.
“As busy as I am with music and burning discs and stuff, I had a kind of break, of course, far from” acting, he says. “If there is a role, something that really hits me I feel like, ‘Yo, I have to do this, this is crazy, then I will. But I had no script or anything sent my way that they feel like that yet. “
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