Eminem Unveils 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2' Artwork

Eminem Unveils 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2' Artwork
Eminem revealed another nostalgic layer to his impending The Marshall Mathers LP 2 today (September 20) when he delivered the artwork over Twitter.

The Detroit rapper sent out the artwork after a follower correctly answered the trivia question "What street did me & Mr. Porter live on together in Detroit when we were working as cooks at Gilbert's Lodge?" (For the record, it was Novara street).

After sending the winner the cover image in a direct message, he unveiled the art for the rest of his fans. As you can see up above, the cover art is a black and white photo of his old home on Dresden street in Detroit. Fans may recognize the house, seeing as a different photo of the home served as artwork for the first Marshall Mathers LP in 2000.

As previously reported, The Marshall Mathers LP 2 drops November 5. It was executive produced by Dr. Dre and Rick Rubin, and features recently premiered singles "Survival" and "Berzerk". Tracklisting info for the rest of the set is still pending.