Eminem Ready to Tour America for First Time in 4 Years

Eminem will officially take 'Revival' on the road in the U.S.

Eminem will hit the road in 2018 for his first American concerts in four years. In an interview with Pollstar, his agent, Cara Lewis, quickly said Em "will be touring next year on select dates, his first U.S. performances since 2014."

No word on which cities Slim Shady will be performing in, or how "select" these gigs will be, but since Dec. 15's Revival is his first album in four years, odds are he'll be hitting a city at least kind of close to you?

Lewis—who Page Six has deemed "the most feared woman in music"—added that "Travis Scott will be headlining arenas in 2018. And last but certainly not least, Chance the Rapper will play international dates including Lollapalooza in Chile, Brazil and Argentina."

Eminem's 19-track Revival includes features from Ed Sheeran, Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Pink, Kehlani, and more. He performed his new songs “Walk on Water” and “Stan” during a medley performance on SNL, and last week the emcee released his latest single, “Untouchable.”

Eminem performed a freestyle during BET’s Hip Hop awards in October that put his name back into everyone’s Twitter feed. The four-minute POTUS diss garnered praise from Colin Kaepernick, LeBron James, and others, and was tweeted about over 2 million times. Soon after the cypher, Redditors discovered that a website supposedly advertising a new medication was actually a teaser for his new album Revival. The elaborate marketing scheme even made its way to ComplexCon.

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