If you haven’t seen it yet, then here’s the Marshall Mathers LP 2 artwork. It’s pretty reminiscent of its predecessor, but it doesn’t have Eminem sitting outside of the crib. This is the same crib that Eminem grew up in during his teenage years — but is now in a dilapidated state, and also available for purchase.
This is also the second time he doesn’t appear on his album cover; the first time was on his first album, Infinite. In addition, this album will be released on Aftermath, with production from Dr. Dre himself, No I.D., DJ Premier, and Rick Rubin — who’s been having a fantastic year helping Kanye West on Yeezus and JAY Z on Magna Carta.
Album is scheduled to be in stores November 5th.