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Eminem & Rihanna "The Monster Tour" Dates, Set List

Eminem and Rihanna have announced their three-city  The Monster Tour , slated to kick off in August. 

Eminem and Rihanna, who collaborated on 2013’s “The Monster,” a cut off Em’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2 , plan on stopping in three cities for this tour, New York, Los Angeles and Detroit. 

“There are some shows coming up with Rihanna,” Eminem said in an interview XXL . “It’s a three-city tour: New York, L.A. and Detroit coming in August. The Monster Tour .”

Rihanna spoke about working with Eminem during a January 2013 interview with  Complex .

“The moment I worked with him on ‘Love the Way You Lie,’ I wanted to work with him again, and we did ‘Love the Way You Lie Part 2,'” Rihanna said at the time . “And then I wanted to work with him again. I just love working with Eminem. He’s just one of my favorite rappers, and his lyrics—he’s a true poet, and I enjoy that about him. For this song, I needed someone with not only his skill, but his personality. And I needed someone who really understands the perspective and the metaphor in the song of going numb and being numb to everything around and to say, ‘Fuck you.’ Eminem is definitely the perfect guy for that.”

(February 21, 2014)

UPDATE: Eminem and Rihanna have revealed the tour dates for their upcoming The Monster Tour .

“This August, Eminem and Rihanna will be co-headlining a series of stadium shows for The Monster Tour,” Eminem’s website says . “The tour will kick off in Los Angeles on Thursday, August 7 at the Rose Bowl with shows then lined up in New York City’s Metlife Stadium on Saturday, August 16 and Detroit’s Comerica Park on Friday, August 22.” 

On March 20, American Express card members are set to have the opportunity to buy presale tickets. On March 22, Facebook fans who follow Eminem are scheduled to have early access to purchase tickets to the tour. On March 27, Live Nation app users are slated to have access to presale tickets, and on March 28, tickets for all three concerts are set to go on sale at livenation.com and the Live Nation app. 

(March 19, 2014) 

UPDATE  #2: Eminem has released the following image of himself with Rihanna during a  The Monster Tour  rehearsal.

(July 30, 2014)

UPDATE #3:  Eminem and Rihanna kicked off their  Monster Tour  in Pasadena, California’s Rose Bowl yesterday (August 7) and the duo ran through a set list full of hits, according to MTV ‘s Nadeska Alexis. 

The set list includes “Numb,” “Love The Way You Lie” and “The Monster” as well as solo works from both artists. It was broken down into four acts by MTV. Act 1 features both performers, Act 2 is a Rihanna solo set, Act 3 begins with Em and Rih Rih before becoming a solo Eminem hour and Act 4 is all about the duo joining forces. 

Act One 1. “Numb” 2. “No Love” 3. “Run This Town/Renegade” 4. “Live Your Life” 5. “Crack A Bottle” 6. “Won’t Back Down”

Act Two 7. “What Now” 8. “Phresh Out the Runway” 9. “Birthday Cake” 10. “Talk That Talk” 11. “Rude Boy” 12. “What’s My Name?” 13. “Pour it Up” 14. “Cockiness” 15. “Man Down” 16. “You Da One” 17. “Wait Your Turn” 18. “Jump” 19. “Umbrella” 20. “All of the Lights” (snippet) 21. “Rockstar” 22. “Where Have You Been” 23. “Stay” 

Act Three 24. “Love the Way You Lie” 25. “3a.m.” 26. “Square Dance” 27. “Business” 28. “Kill You” 29. “Evil Deeds” 30. “Rap God” 31. “Marshall Mathers” 32. “Just Don’t Give A F–k” 33. “Criminal” 34. “The Way I Am” 35. “Airplanes” (with Rihanna) 36. “Stan”(with Rihanna) 37. Sing For the Moment 38. “Toy Soldiers” 39. “Forever” 40. “Berzerk” 41. “Till I Collapse” 42. “Cinderella Man” 43. “My Name Is” 44. “The Real Slim Shady” 45. “Without Me” 46. “Not Afraid”

Act Four 47. “Diamonds” 48. “We Found Love” 49. “Lose Yourself” 50. “The Monster”

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Rihanna + Eminem Announce The Monster Tour Dates

The partnership between  Rihanna  and Eminem  isn't merely one of hit singles. The twosome, who followed up the smash 'Love the Way You Lie' with 'The Monster,' will also hit the road together for this summer's The Monster Tour.

So far, they've only released three dates for the trek and we're not sure if there will be more. Perhaps. Or it may just be a trio of shows that fans in the two major metropolises -- Los Angeles and New York -- get to see, along with those fans in Em's hometown of Detroit. We'll hurry up and wait for more info.

Tickets are on sale on March 28.

Rihanna + Eminem The Monster Tour Dates

8/7 – Rose Bowl | Los Angeles, Calif. 8/16 – Metlife Stadium | New York City, N.Y. 8/22 – Comerica Park | Detroit, Mich.

BTW, we'd like to point out that Metlife Stadium is in New Jersey, not NYC, even though it's being promoted as such. The venue is a mere few miles outside of Manhattan, but it's still in Jersey and is where the Super Bowl was just played.

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Bey  and Jay , and now  Eminem and Rihanna : The package tours ruling summer 2014 definitely have a superstar Sonny and Cher vibe, pairing hip-hop testosterone with a female vocalist of equal power. That dichotomy was clear from the kickoff of the six-date, three-city “Monster Tour” last night at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. At 8:15 p.m., the concert began with a short film paying homage to Silence of the Lambs . Here, Rihanna visits San Quentin Maximum Security Prison, where she’s escorted by a warden (played by The Sopranos’ Michael Imperioli) who leads her to an Eminem bound-up Hannibal Lecter-style. The warden bursts into a massive array of fireworks; Eminem, strapped to a hospital bed, is lowered onto a stage shimmering with elaborate multimedia effects; and after all that, the music finally begins.

The Rihanna-Eminem collaboration “Numb” actually launched the show, starting a six-song joint performance that set the tone for the rest of the evening. Immediately, the contrast between the two headliners was evident in their stage wear. Rihanna wore white Doc Martens and a dramatic drop-crotch ensemble emblazoned with hot rod flames, baring her midriff with a short top; Eminem, meanwhile, made his entrance in inner-city everyman mufti – dark camo bomber jacket, black hoodie, G-Shock, cargo pants and Nike Air Maxes. Backed by a crack 10-piece band (horn section included), the pair’s music blended more fluidly. It was great, for instance, when Rihanna’s interpolation of her Jay Z/Kanye collaboration “Run This Town” flowed seamlessly into Eminem’s verse from another Jay Z track, “Renegade.”

Seven songs in, Eminem exited the stage and Rihanna launched into a 17-track solo set full of crystalline, non-Auto-Tuned vocals. “Phresh Out the Runway” introduced the first of perhaps 1,000 lascivious crotch grabs as well as kinetic choreography involving a line of dancers clad in black S&M gear. Not since Madonna has a mainstream star owned her sexuality the way Rihanna did here, but the singer also remained playful and fun, using phallic missile graphics to accompany her “Rude Boy” pelvic thrusting.

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The near-capacity crowd ate up her every twerk and gyration, accompanying her through vigorous call-and-response sing-alongs on uptempo hits like “Umbrella” as well as ballads like “Stay.” For the latter, Rihanna put the elaborate dance moves and lighting effects on pause, holding the audience with little more than piano and voice for the night’s biggest iPhone-aloft moment. Her solo take on Kanye’s “All of the Lights” proved equally sublime, even more stirring than on record.

Eminem and Rihanna’s initial chart-buster “Love the Way You Lie” transitioned into Eminem’s main solo set. Playing 20 songs culled across his career, the iconic Detroit rapper ran across the stage and contorted his body for emphasis, but this movement never overshadowed his superlative MC skills – undiminished, if not better than ever. Naturally, hits like “The Real Slim Shady” and “Without Me” inspired mass rap-alongs, but the blinding double-time flow on his blowout verse from Drake’s “Forever” and especially “Rap God” reiterated that if hip-hop has a Hendrix, a prodigy who just continues to astonish with talent and innovation, it’s likely him.

Toward the middle of his set, Rihanna returned to duet on Paramore’s “Airplanes” and “Stan,” bringing her own brand of beautiful, wounded melancholy to Dido’s immortal refrain before Eminem launched into more recent material. “Berzerk” proved a standout here, living up to its title with a wild, manic reading driven by its pounding, Rick Rubin-enhanced classic rock big beats.

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The show climaxed with another joint mini-set kicked off by a pair of particularly euphoric Rihanna hits: “Diamonds” and “We Found Love,” which started out as a bongos-and-acoustic beatnik workout before coalescing into its more familiar EDM version, replete with Daft Punk-style pyramid rave imagery projected on the jumbo screens lining the stage. The night’s most anthemic moment, however, was the soaring take on Eminem’s soundtrack smash “Lose Yourself” that followed, setting up a closing performance of the tour’s namesake duet.

“The Monster” appropriately summed up the themes that link these seemingly disparate performers: Both, in their own distinct ways, often use their art to expose their private demons. This tendency made the event still feel a bit more rebellious, unpredictable and raw than the typical big-name stadium concert. That nervy aspect became especially clear towards the end, when Rihanna thanked the audience “for rocking out with your cock out.” Likewise, as Eminem exited the stage for the last time, he rewarded the ecstatic, roaring crowd by double-flipping them the bird – still Slim Shady as he ever was, creating unwholesome family entertainment for all.

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Eminem & Rihanna Team Up for 3-City ‘Monster’ Tour

The performers will hit New York, Detroit and Los Angeles in August

Jethro Nededog

Eminem and Rihanna are hooking up again. The artists will be co-headlining a three-city tour in August.

Dubbed the “The Monster” tour after their most recent collaboration on the single of the same name last year, the singers will perform in New York, Detroit and Los Angeles.

Eminem broke the news in the current issue of hip-hop and rap magazine, XXL, and on Twitter, which Rihanna retweeted.

NYC/DET/LA this August with @Rihanna ! #TheMonsterTour – http://t.co/ilA9IqOgIa — Marshall Mathers (@ Eminem ) February 22, 2014

Also read:   Eminem’s ‘Marshall Mathers LP 2’ Scores Second Biggest Sales Week of 2013

Their fourth collaboration with one another, “The Monster” appears on Eminem ‘s eighth studio album, “The Marshall Mathers LP 2.” The single was released last October and topped several international Billboard 100 charts. It’s also Eminem ‘s first No. 1 single on the U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Previously, Eminem and Rihanna collaborated on the singles “Love the Way You Lie” and its sequel in 2010 and “Numb” in 2012.

Mathers is currently touring in Australia for his “Rapture Tour” with Kendrick Lamar, who performs on the single, “Love Game.”

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Rihanna wrapped her 96-city “Diamonds World Tour” last November.

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Eminem, Rihanna Announce Dates for The Monster Tour

After announcing their upcoming Monster Tour  on Twitter  Eminem and Rihanna have now released dates and cities for their U.S. stadium trek.

Em and RiRi will hit the road this summer on a three-city excursion , which begins on Aug. 7 at Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

The dynamic duo will also hit the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., on Aug. 16 and Aug. 22 at Comerica Park in Eminem’s hometown of Detroit.

American Express card members will be able to purchase tickets beginning March 20 at 10AM ET. Go to Eminem.com for more information.

Meanwhile, fans can get access to pre-sale tickets on March 22 if they follow Live Nation on Facebook .

Tickets to the general public will go on sale March 28 at LiveNation.com .

The Monster Tour Dates:

Aug. 7 -- Los Angeles, Calif. | Rose Bowl Aug. 16 -- East Rutherford, NJ | MetLife Stadium Aug. 22 -- Detroit, Mich. | Comerica Park

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The Monster Tour (Eminem and Rihanna)

The Monster Tour was a co-headlining concert tour by American rapper Eminem and Barbadian singer Rihanna . The tour began on August 7, 2014, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena and concluded on August 23, 2014, at the Comerica Park in Detroit.

Commercial performance

Act 1: eminem & rihanna, act 2: rihanna, act 3: eminem, act 4: rihanna & eminem.

Eminem and Rihanna first collaborated in 2010 with " Love the Way You Lie ". Since then they have released three more collaborations: " Love the Way You Lie (Part II) " (2010), " Numb " (2012), and " The Monster " (2013).

In February 2014, it was announced that they would embark on a mini-tour. On March 19, 2014, it was confirmed that it would be called The Monster Tour and three dates were announced. [2] Tickets went on sale to the general public on March 28, 2014. [3] On March 21, 2014, three further dates were added to the tour due to popular demand. [4]

The Monster Tour was one of the highest-grossing tours of 2014 in North America, with a gross of $36 million in only six shows. A total of 581,276 people attended (including outside the stadiums).

The two shows at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey grossed $12.4 million with 101, 941 people attending each concert. It was the sixth highest-grossing box office of the year in North America, only behind Billy Joel , George Strait , One Direction and Garth Brooks . [5]

The following set list is taken from the concert held on August 7, 2014; at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. [6]

  • " No Love "
  • " Run This Town " / "Renegade" / " Live Your Life "
  • " Crack a Bottle "
  • " Won't Back Down "
  • " What Now "
  • " Phresh Out the Runway "
  • " Birthday Cake " / " Talk That Talk "
  • " Rude Boy "
  • " What's My Name? " (contains elements of " Na Na ")
  • " Pour It Up " (contains elements of " Forgot About Dre ")
  • " Cockiness (Love It) "
  • " Man Down "
  • " You da One "
  • " Wait Your Turn "
  • " Umbrella "
  • " All of the Lights " / " Rockstar 101 "
  • ” Only Girl (In The World) ”
  • " Where Have You Been "
  • " Love the Way You Lie "
  • "Square Dance"
  • " Business " / " Kill You "
  • "Evil Deeds"
  • " Rap God "
  • "Marshall Mathers"
  • " Just Don't Give a Fuck "
  • "Still Don't Give a Fuck" / "Criminal" / " The Way I Am "
  • " Airplanes, Part II "
  • " Sing For The Moment "
  • " Like Toy Soldiers " / " Forever " / " Berzerk "
  • " Till I Collapse "
  • " Cinderella Man "
  • " My Name Is "
  • " The Real Slim Shady "
  • " Without Me " / " Not Afraid "
  • " Diamonds "
  • " We Found Love "
  • " Lose Yourself "
  • " The Monster "

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Eminem and Rihanna opened their joint " The Monster " stadium tour in Pasadena, California on Thursday night, August 7th. At a sold-out Rose Bowl, the pop and rap stars performed their biggest solo hits, and joint forces from time to time during the concert’s set list to perform all of their collaborations. Additionally, Eminem asked Rihanna for help to perform together his smash hit with Dido “Stan”. The British singer wasn’t obviously at the show, so Rihanna was the perfect female vocalist to fill in. Em’ also had time for covers, as he did B.o.B 's " Airplanes " with RiRi also stepping in to replace Paramore's Hayley William's parts.

The opening song at the kick off show in Pasadena was “Numb” – from Rihanna’s latest album “ Unapologetic ” - and the closing was, evidently, “The Monster”, the song from Eminem’s latest album " The Marshall Mathers LP 2 ” which gives the tour its name. *Spoiler Aler*. See below the complete setlist of "The Monster Tour" below

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1) “numb” – both 2) “no love (don’t hurt me)” – both 3) “run this town” – both 4) “live your life” – rihanna 5) “crack a bottle” – eminem 6) “won’t back down” – both 7) “what now” – rihanna 8) “phresh out the runway” – rihanna 9) “cake” – rihanna 10) “talk that talk” – rihanna 11) “rude boy” – rihanna 12) “what’s my name” – rihanna (remixed with trey songz’ “na na”) 13) “pour it up” – rihanna 14) “cockiness (love it)” – rihanna 15) “man down” – rihanna 16) “you da one” – rihanna 17) “wait your turn” – rihanna 18) “jump” – rihanna 19) “umbrella” – rihanna 20) “all of the lights” – rihanna 21) “rockstar 101 – rihanna 22) “where have you been” – rihanna 23) “stay” – rihanna 24) “love the way you lie” – both 25) “3 a.m.” – eminem 26) “square dance” – eminem 27) “business” – eminem 28) “my dad’s gone crazy” – eminem 29) “evil deeds” – eminem 30) “rap god” – eminem 31) “marshall matters” – eminem 32) “still don’t give a f–k” – eminem 33) “criminal” – eminem 34) “the way i am” – eminem 35) paramore’s “airplanes” – both 36) “stan” – both 37) “like toy soldiers” – eminem 38) drake’s “forever” – eminem 39) “berzerk” – eminem 40) “till i collapse” – eminem 41) “cinderella man” – eminem 42) “the real slim shady” – eminem 43) “without me” – eminem 44) “not afraid” – eminem 45) “diamonds” – rihanna 46) “we found love” (acoustic & regular versions) – rihanna 47) “lose yourself” – eminem 48) “the monster” – both.

“ The Monster Tour ” dates are: Two shows at Pasadena’s Rose Bowl on August 7th and 8th, two shows at Metlife Stadium in New York on August 16th and 17th, and two last shows at Comerica Park in Eminem’s hometown of Detroit on August 22nd and 23rd.

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Like him or not, Eminem is beyond blessed with the gift of gab. Whether using his voice seemingly as a vessel for chaos or speaking out for the greater good, the MC’s lyrics have been placed under a microscope since his 1999 breakthrough record, “My Name Is.”

And despite frequent (and not entirely unfair) media complaints about the rapper’s sometimes misogynistic expression, some of the charts’ most beloved empresses have seen fit to join forces with him in the studio. That includes a few of the world’s biggest mononymous ladies of pop — Rihanna, Beyoncé, P!nk and Sia — as well fellow stars Nicki Minaj, Gwen Stefani, Hayley Williams and Jessie Reyez, to name a few.

Regardless of what you think about Slim, however, two things are for sure: Art is not created to be polite, and Eminem’s often record-breaking career is one to be respected. And for what it’s worth, the lyricist definitely seems to understand that women are frequently the ones who push the culture forward, which is why some of his most outstanding efforts have come alongside queens of the mainstream pop and hip-hop worlds. Whether he’s matching pace with his female collaborators’ rap skills or allowing their melodic vocals to contrast his own percussive, spitfire rhymes, many of the shiniest gems in the Detroit-raised artist’s catalog are his heroine-assisted anthems.

From smash hits to deeper cuts, Em has been able to call quite a few famous female artists his collaborators over the years. See which 10 are Billboard ‘s favorites below.

Eminem feat. Jessie Reyez, "Coffin"

Em has worked with Jessie Reyez a number of times, also teaming up for the tracks “Good Guy” and “Nice Guy” on the former’s 2018 album Kamikaze . On “Coffin,” from Reyez’s 2020 album Before Love Came to Kill Us , the two stars duke it out lyrically on opposite sides of the same toxic relationship, similar to the rapper’s hit Rihanna duet “Love the Way You Lie” — which he actually name-checks in his verse.

“Pledge your loyalty, treat me like a king/ Just to f–k me over royally/ Boy, are we water mixed with oil/ See another shouting match, ’bout to have it out,” he spits on the track, before getting to the crux of the issue in just two lines: “But no matter how mad I get, I’m so mad about you/ Forgot what I was even mad about.”

Eminem feat. Beyoncé, "Walk on Water"

What was originally supposed to be  Taylor Swift’s  victory lap after unleashing her new album  Reputation , was overshadowed by Marshall and  Beyoncé’s  monstrous collaboration, “Walk on Water.” Penciled in as the first single off Eminem’s forthcoming album,  Revival , the  8 Mile  lyricist openly delves into his struggles with fame, and wrestling with fans’ boulder-sized expectations of him. 

“Always in search of the verse that I haven’t spit yet/ Will this step just be another misstep/ To tarnish whatever the legacy, love or respect I’ve garnered?/ The rhyme has to be perfect, the delivery flawless,” raps Em over the Rick Rubin-produced beat. 

Nicki Minaj feat. Eminem, "Roman's Revenge"

Eminem’s warned us, we “might find the sight quite odd,” and we realized that neither he nor his alter ego Slim Shady were shy of controversy with this fan-favorite earworm. Alongside Nicki Minaj’s evil twin, Roman Zolanski, the Detroit spitter conquered the adrenaline-fueled “Roman’s Revenge,” a Swizz Beatz-produced masterpiece from Nicki’s Pink Friday debut LP.

The pulsing beat is bound to make your heart race as Shady raps, “You know what time it is, so why ask?/ When Shady and Nicki’s worlds clash/ It’s (high class) meets (white trash).” And the smash-up left Miss Minaj overwhelmed with excitement when she sat down with Sway on MTV’s Rap-Fix Live to explain how Eminem’s “sexy smooth swag” laced this 2010 banger.

Dr. Dre feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey, "I Need a Doctor"

He went from barely being able to support his family to becoming the best-selling artist of the 2000s in the U.S. — none of which Eminem thought would be possible without the help of his mentor and friend, Dr. Dre . On Dre’s “I Need a Doctor,” he describes grappling with downheartedness, before coming the realization Dr. Dre lost his son, Andre Young Jr, and managed to persevere.

Skylar Grey sings of the legendary entrepreneur’s ability to revive the dead with the chorus, “I need a doctor, call me a doctor/ I need a doctor, doctor/ To bring me back to life.” Still, the track wasn’t complete without a hungry Dr. Dre capping the song with a final verse, while acknowledging Eminem’s invaluable loyalty to him throughout the years. 

Eminem feat. Gwen Stefani, "Kings Never Die"

The  Southpaw soundtrack was laced with punchlines that chin-checked Eminem’s tough critics and competitors’ corny raps. With No Doubt’s leading lady Gwen Stefani soaring over the rock rhythm’s chorus, the two paid their respects to the late Tupac Shakur, Jam Master Jay and more. Like them, Eminem will be here long after he is gone — because legends live forever.  

B.o.B. feat. Hayley Williams & Eminem, "Airplanes II"

Em contributed a verse to B.o.B’s “Airplanes Part II,” and reflected on what might have happened if he never followed his dreams. Alongside Paramore singer Hayley Williams and a “Homeboyz (Tupac Thug Theory Remix)” sample, the MC helped lift Bobby Ray’s voice a little higher. Eager to get his just due, Eminem recalled naysayers initial downplaying of his rap dreams: “Marshall, you’re never gonna make it/ Makes no sense to play the game, there ain’t no way that you’ll win.” Luckily, the rap great never failed to seize an opportunity.

Eminem feat. Dido, "Stan"

Imitation has been said to be the sincerest form of flattery, but not in this case: On “Stan,” an Eminem fanatic’s love for his bars takes a horrific turn — and further proved the rapper’s genius through his wordplay. The violence on his debut album inspired some depressive fan mail, causing Eminem to pen this well-plotted, but alarming song illustration — with English singer/songwriter sensation Dido offering listeners refuge from the song’s stormy verses with her soothing chorus. The track’s dramatic storytelling earned Eminem high praise, and as a result, “Stan” was entered in the Oxford Dictionary as: “An overzealous or obsessive fan of a particular celebrity.”

Eminem feat. Sia, "Beautiful Pain"

Sia sets fire to yesterday with Marshall on the emo-punched rap ballad, “Beautiful Pain.” Although the uncharacteristically unprofane record didn’t go into heavy rotation on radio, it is easily one of Eminem’s most meaningful efforts. The lyricist encourages fans to grow from their mishaps, by rapping: “Yesterday was the tornado warning/ Today’s like the morning after your world is torn in half/ You wake in its wake to start the mourning process/ And rebuilding, you’re still a work in progress/ Today’s a whole new chapter.”

Eminem feat. Rihanna, "The Monster"

Fame is a gift, but it also plagued the “Bruce Lee of loose leaf” with a few nightmares, too. Rather than slay his demons on his own, Em enlisted Rihanna for some help on their Hot 100-topping collaboration, “The Monster.” The dark track left the often brash emcee unusually vulnerable — while scoring these artists a 2015 Grammy Award for best rap/sung collaboration. 

P!nk feat. Eminem, "Revenge"

No one respects a cheating ex, and Eminem doesn’t care to make amends on P!nk’s sticky Beautiful Trauma tune, “Revenge.” P!nk told Entertainment Tonight how one drunken email changed it all: “This is why they call it liquid courage. And I said, ‘You know I love you. I like that you work with a lot of the same people, like Rihanna. She’s hotter than me, but I’m funnier. So I’m going for a rap Grammy, and I’d like to take you along with me.”

Together, they comically reveal their master plan on the duo’s third collaboration. Eminem artfully details how the lovers who turned their backs on you, tell others you stabbed them in it. It’s safe to say once you pick your side, you have to stay there.

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Is Eminem going on a world tour this year or next? Here's everything we know about a possible concert tour for his upcoming album The Death of Slim Shady.

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Eminem has been making headlines after releasing new music this year, including Houdini and Tobey , with many fans speculating he might take his new album on tour.

His upcoming album, The Death of Slim Shady , is set to be released on July 12, will feature 19 new tracks with some features.

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Fans want Eminem to tour in 2024 or 2025.

Will Eminem go on a world tour in 2024?

So far, there is no confirmation that Eminem will take his twelfth studio album, The Death of Slim Shady, on tour.

However, this hasn't stopped fans from speculating, especially as his single 'Houdini' has topped the charts worldwide.

Due to his extensive promotion for his new album, we would expect a tour announcement shortly after the release, if he chooses to follow suit like other rappers like 50 Cent and Ice Cube, who have toured within the last year.

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When did Eminem last tour?

Eminem last toured in early 2019, and has only done certain appearances since then to perform his music.

One of them was the 2022 Super Bowl, where he performed amongst 50 Cent, Dr. Dre and Mary J. Blige.

As for UK tour dates, Eminem hasn't been back since 2018, where he performed his Recovery tour at Twickenham stadium for two dates.

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Glo released a new mixtape back in April, while Rihanna's 'Anti,' her most recent full-length, turned eight in January.

GloRilla , fresh off her performance at the 2024 BET Awards , has shared a decidedly self-aware DM she recently received from Rihanna .

Tuesday, the Memphis-born CMG artist shared an Instagram carousel soundtracked by her latest single, " TGIF ," notably tucking in a screenshot of said DM as the closing image.

"You got all summer sis!" Rihanna, whose most recent studio album, Anti , marked its eighth anniversary this January, wrote. "I know dis wild hypocritical, but when the album drop?"

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Rihanna’s GloRilla fandom is public knowledge, as the Fenty Beauty founder recently made headlines in this very publication for a Paris Fashion Week clip featuring the aforementioned "TGIF" track. The song, as previously reported , sees Glo advising her "million and one haters" to "kiss my ass."

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    The Monster Tour. (2014) Anti World Tour. (2016) The Monster Tour was a co-headlining concert tour by American rapper Eminem and Barbadian singer Rihanna. The tour began on August 7, 2014, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena and concluded on August 23, 2014, at the Comerica Park in Detroit.

  2. Eminem & Rihanna

    Eminem & Rihanna - The Monster Tour (Full Show @ MetLife Stadium) 17/08/2014Become a channel sponsor to access exclusive features. More: https://www.youtube....

  3. Eminem & Rihanna

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  4. Eminem & Rihanna

    Eminem & Rihanna - The Monster Tour @ Detroit, Comerica Park 23/08/2014 + ALS Ice Bucket Challenge23 August 2014Become a channel sponsor to access exclusive ...

  5. Eminem & Rihanna Monster Tour Live Review| Billboard

    Eminem & Rihanna 's long-awaited Monster tour, which kicked off Aug. 7 in Los Angeles at a sold-out Rose Bowl, is billed as a co-headlining tour between the two music superstars, and the pair ...

  6. Eminem X Rihanna The Monster Tour

    Aug 23. Comerica Park. Detroit, MI. Detroit, MI. Sold Out. Eminem X Rihanna The Monster Tour Tickets On Sale Now.

  7. Eminem, Rihanna Share Details of 'Monster' Mini-Tour

    Eminem, Rihanna Share Details of 'Monster' Mini-Tour. Rapper and pop star will hit three cities this summer. By Jason Newman. March 19, 2014. Eminem, Rihanna. Joseph Okpako/Redferns via Getty ...

  8. Eminem And Rihanna Play 48 Songs As They Kick Off 'The Monster' Tour

    It was one of the most anticipated tours in recent history, and Eminem and Rihanna didn't disappoint at they kicked off 'The Monster' tour in Pasadena, California last night (7th July) with a 48 ...

  9. Review: 15 Thoughts On Eminem & Rihanna's 'Monster' Tour

    Behold, 15 thoughts on the "Monster" experience. 1. Taking a play out of the Carters' book, the show at New Jersey's MetLife Stadium (Aug. 16) opened with a mini-film. Rihanna puts her ...

  10. Eminem & Rihanna "The Monster Tour" Dates, Set List

    Eminem and Rihanna, who collaborated on 2013's "The Monster," a cut off Em's The Marshall Mathers LP 2, plan on stopping in three cities for this tour, New York, Los Angeles and Detroit.

  11. Rihanna + Eminem Announce The Monster Tour Dates

    The partnership between Rihanna and Eminem isn't merely one of hit singles. The twosome, who followed up the smash 'Love the Way You Lie' with 'The Monster,' will also hit the road together for ...

  12. Eminem and Rihanna Launch Rebellious, Unpredictable Monster Tour

    Eminem and Rihanna Launch Rebellious, Unpredictable Monster Tour. The Monster Tour opens with a 50-song set from two pop stars with more in common than you'd expect. By Matt Diehl. August 8, 2014 ...

  13. Eminem & Rihanna Team Up for 3-City 'Monster' Tour

    Eminem and Rihanna are hooking up again. The artists will be co-headlining a three-city tour in August. Dubbed the "The Monster" tour after their most recent collaboration on the single of the ...

  14. Eminem, Rihanna Announce Dates for The Monster Tour

    After announcing their upcoming Monster Tour, on Twitter Eminem and Rihanna have now released dates and cities for their U.S. stadium trek.

  15. The Monster Tour: Eminem x Rihanna

    Rihanna guested last year on Eminem's tune, "The Monster," the duo's fourth blockbuster collaboration. This tour was the next logical step. The two headliners s

  16. The Monster Tour (Eminem and Rihanna)

    The Monster Tour was a co-headlining concert tour by American rapper Eminem and Barbadian singer Rihanna. The tour began on August 7, 2014, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena and concluded on August 23, 2014, at the Comerica Park in Detroit.

  17. Eminem & Rihanna Average Setlists of tour: The Monster Tour

    2. 1 Encore. 1. This feature is not that experimental anymore. Nevertheless, please give feedback if the results don't make any sense to you. View average setlists, openers, closers and encores of Eminem & Rihanna for the tour The Monster Tour!

  18. The Monster (song)

    The Monster (song) " The Monster " is a song from American rapper Eminem 's album The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (2013) featuring a guest appearance from Barbadian singer Rihanna. The song was written by Bebe Rexha, Eminem, Rihanna, Aalias, Jon Bellion, Maki Athanasiou, and Frequency, with the latter also handling production.

  19. Eminem & Rihanna

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  20. Eminem x Rihanna: The Monster Tour Intro (Full HD)

    The Monster Tour was a co-headlining concert tour by Eminem and Rihanna. The tour began on August 7, 2014 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena and concluded on Augus...

  21. Eminem & Rihanna Kick Off "The Monster Tour" / Full Set List / Video

    Eminem and Rihanna opened their joint "The Monster" stadium tour in Pasadena, California on Thursday night, August 7th.At a sold-out Rose Bowl, the pop and rap stars performed their biggest solo ...

  22. Eminem's Top 10 Collaborations With Female Artists: Rihanna, P!nk

    Eminem and Rihanna perform on stage at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on September 12, 2010 in Los Angeles. ... Eminem feat. Rihanna, "The Monster"

  23. Is Eminem going on tour in 2024? Dates, tickets and venues

    When did Eminem last tour? Eminem last toured in early 2019, and has only done certain appearances since then to perform his music. One of them was the 2022 Super Bowl, where he performed amongst ...

  24. Eminem & Rihanna

    This is the intro for Eminem & Rihanna's Monster Tour 2014. http://www.eminem.com.br

  25. GloRilla Shares DM From Rihanna Asking About Album Release ...

    In April, Glo rolled out her Ehhthang Ehhthang project, which stands as her second mixtape and the follow-up to her 2022 Anyways, Life's Great… EP. Rihanna, meanwhile, has provided a number of ...

  26. Rihanna x Eminem The Monster Tour Intro

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