Eminem assured fans that he was working on his ninth album last year. Recent reports are claiming that the “Lose Yourself” rapper is scheduled to release his new tracks in Autumn 2017.

Marshall Mathers’ new album to hit record stores before the year ends

HITS Daily Double reported that Eminem is almost finished working on his upcoming album. According to the music industry trade magazine, the “Stan” hitmaker is set to launch his ninth studio album in Autumn 2017.

To recall, Eminem confirmed to his fans that he was doing another album after “The Marshall Mathers LP 2” when he launched his anti-track song called “Campaign Speech.” “Don’t worry I’m working on an album!” the 44-year-old Detroit rapper said on Twitter.

Despite this, details about Eminem’s upcoming new album were scarce until now but fortunately, “The Defiant Ones” director Allen Hughes divulged that Dr. Dre has been recording songs for the latest album of the “Love the Way You Lie” hitmaker.

Hughes claimed that Dr. Dre is working every single day in his collaboration with Eminem. Adding fuel to the fire are the claims of another rapper named 2 Chainz, who said that he was able to check out some of the new tracks, NME reported.

2 Chainz described Eminem’s materials as “crazy” and “funny.” There are also reports claiming that the “Mockingbird” hitmaker is planning to release his new album on his 45th birthday in October.

While these reports could possibly be true, it should be noted that neither Eminem nor Shady Records have confirmed anything yet.

Avid followers of the Detroit-rapper should take these things lightly until everything is proven true and correct.

Possible collaborations and other leaked details

Eminem is going to do a lot of collaboration with other artists on his next album. Rumors are rife that the “When I’m Gone” rapper is going to record songs with Mastein Bennet for the song titled “Bulletproof.”

Additionally, Eminem is said to be working with Adele for his album’s carrier single called “Success.” Other artists who are rumored to be a part of his album include Lana Del Rey, Imagine Dragons, The Weeknd, 50 Cents, Vince Staples and Snoop Dog.

Nicki Minaj also expressed her interest in collaborating with the “Not Afraid” rapper again. "Of course I worked with Em on my first album, and of course, I love Em...That would be nice, that would be beautiful,” the “Anaconda” songstress told HotNewHipHop in an interview.

Eminem has not yet announced any official details about his upcoming album. Stay tuned for more news and updates.