Grammy-winning rapper Eminem has announced to launch a new clothes project after teasing a surprise post for Recovery albums 10-year-anniversary on his Instagram page.
A few days prior, Detroit-based rapper teased that he would share something by pointing to the day off Monday for the anniversary of his Recovery album, which was released on June 18, 2010.
Today, Em announced new merch limited to 24 hours. He told his fans that they could buy these limited edition products from his official website. Also, as we writing this article, less than 10 hours left for the campaign to end. You can visit Eminem’s official site here to purchase.
Here’s what Eminem captioned:
“Hit the store for limited 24-hr 10th-anniversary merch – Link in bio.”
Recovery is Eminem’s seventh studio album and was released on June 22, 2010. The entire album was leaked to the Internet on June 7, two weeks before its release. Even so, the album sold 2.5 million copies in the United States as of September 12, 2010. It reached more than 4 million sales in the world.
Eminem had dissed many famous names and rappers in the Recovery album. However, in an interview with ‘Big Boi’ in 2014, Eminem admitted that he felt so bad for dissing Kanye West and Lil Wayne in this album. He said:
“Anything that was hot at that moment, or anybody who was really killing shit at that moment. I felt so bad about myself and the music that I was creating, that I felt like I started to turn into a hater and it wasn’t just singling Kanye and Wayne out at that time period.”
Check out the Instagram post below.