Marshall Bruce “Eminem” Mathers III, 45, and Alecia Beth “Pink” Moore, 37, are reportedly collaborating for the third time. Their third collaboration song is said to be included in the ninth album of the “Rap God” rapper.

Eminem-Pink Collaboration 3

The report came from one of the hosts of the Detroit radio show “Mojo in the Morning.” The host claimed that iHeartMedia Senior Vice President in Programming in Michigan, Tony Travatto, revealed the upcoming collaboration of Eminem and Pink.

“He says that there is a new Eminem, Pink song coming out, that he said is unbelievable,” the host said.

“He said he got a chance to be one of the first to hear it and it’ll be coming out here very soon.”

Neither Eminem nor Pink have confirmed the report. The two first collaborated in 2010 when Pink was featured in “Won’t Back Down,” a rap-rock fusion song from Eminem's seventh studio album titled “Recovery.”

In 2012, Eminem and Pink collaborated for the second time. Eminem was featured in the song “Here Comes the Weekend” from Pink’s sixth studio album titled “The Truth about Love.”

Pink, Eminem and DJ Khalil co-wrote “Here Comes the Weekend” with Pranam Injeti and Liz Rodrigues. The song was produced by John Brown and The New Royales, a music group consisting of Alcock, DJ Khalil, Rodrigues and Chin Injeti.

Eminem's 9th Studio Album

The last time Eminem released a studio album was in 2013. A sequel to his third studio album released in 2010, his eighth studio album titled “The Marshall Mathers LP 2” has 16 tracks including the collaboration songs “Headlights” featuring Nate Ruess, “Love Game” featuring Kendrick Lamar and “The Monster” featuring Rihanna.

“The Monster” is the fourth collaboration song recorded by Eminem and Rihanna. Their first three collaboration songs are “Love the Way You Lie,” “Love the Way You Lie (Part II)” and “Numb.”

Eminem's upcoming ninth studio album is expected to be released before 2018. Among those who expressed interest in collaborating with the “Rap God” rapper is Khaled Mohamed Khaled, who is professionally known as DJ Khaled.

DJ Khaled enumerated his dream collaborators in a recent interview with Billboard. Aside from Eminem, he also mentioned Dr. Dre and Adele.

Meanwhile, before releasing his ninth studio album, Eminem is selling his house in Michigan for $1.99 million. With six bedrooms and nine and a half baths, the house was bought by the “Rap God” rapper for $4.75 million in 2003, E! News has learned.

The Michigan house was built in 1986. It is located in the Detroit suburb of Rochester Hills.