Rolling Stone Magazine revealed the list of 24 Most Anticipated Rap Albums For the Rest of 2017 and included Eminem and PRhyme (Royce Da 5’9″ & Dj Premier). Rolling Stone says:



Album : TBA
Release Date: TBA

It’s been nearly four years since Eminem’s last blockbuster album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2. He’s kept busy since, overseeing the Shady XV compilation and the soundtrack to the film Southpaw. But there’s been little news from the Shady camp as he’s quietly gone into album mode this year, only releasing a characteristically verbose verse on Big Sean’s “No Favors.” Producer FredWreck and singer Jenn Em posted studio footage as they worked on a song believed to be for Em’s new album. And longtime producer and D12 groupmate Mr. Porter hinted on Instagram in May that it’s “almost time” for Eminem to drop new music.




Album: Trial By Fire
Release Date: TBA

Yelawolf’s 2015 second album, Love Story, debuted at Number Three on the Billboard 200 and crossed over to alt-rock radio with the quiet intensity of the acoustic track “Till It’s Gone.” If the the singles “Daylight” and “Shadows” are any indication, Yelawolf will be continuing in that rustic melodic vein on his third album for Eminem’s Shady imprint.




Album: PRhyme 2
Release Date: TBA

Last year, Detroit spitter Royce Da 5’9″ and boom-bap icon DJ Premier announced plans for a sequel to their 2015 collaboration. After releasing their debut, the two subsequently returned to their respective careers, with Royce issuing a new solo album and Premier developing his Year Round roster as well as serving as executive music producer for the VH1 series The Breaks. But Premier has said that the album is almost done, and Royce recently posted an Instagram video of Premier making a beat for PRhyme 2, suggesting that it should be ready before year’s end.




Album: GOAT (Grimiest of All Time)
Release Date: TBA

In March, Eminem’s Shady Records announced that it had signed a distribution deal with the Buffalo label Griselda Records for solo LPs and a joint album from Conway and Westside Gunn, a pair of prolific Buffalo rappers with a penchant for the rugged edge of Nineties hip-hop. Eminem’s show of support is the latest co-sign for these two, who have rapped over beats from Just Blaze, been praised by DJ Premier and recorded an entire album with Alchemist in under two days. “We’re fusing boom-bap/dark sounds with the hipster cool kid lifestyle,” Westside Gunn said in a joint statement with Eminem when Shady Records announced the Griselda Records deal. “A new lane is being carved.”


Eminem’s manger Paul Rosenberg  tweeted the list with different order and it looks like it’s the order in which Shady Records will release the albums. What you think? check the tweet below and let us know:



Check the full list here.