Right now, that works for me." Meanwhile, Eminem is currently working on long time collaborator Dr Dre's new album 'Detox'.
Rihanna knows just how to stay warm in the chilly New York weather.
"The perception of the record, what it's saying, I thought it would be a good idea to have her on it because I think people look at us like we're both a little nuts.
That's one of the things that I was telling her in making the record: I think that people look at us a little crazy," Eminem told MTV News on Monday, shortly after wrapping a town hall-style interview at his Shade 45 Sirius XM radio station.
The ' Love The Way You Lie' rapper has admitted he finds it difficult to go on a date because he is famous.
Eminem, who twice married former wife Kim Mathers, said he had "trust issues" that stopped him from meeting new people.
on Thursday to chat about her upcoming Anti World Tour, defend her love of Hot Cheetos, and play a cunning game of Never Have I Ever with George Clooney. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart That last segment got particularly interesting when Ellen asked her guests if they had ever texted a nude selfie.
When Clooney flashed the "I Have Never" side of his paddle, Rihanna pounced on him, teasing, "Yeah right, George!
They're on the phone and texting each other constantly."Rihanna - who was assaulted by then-boyfriend Chris Brown in February 2009 - recently admitted she felt "connected" to the lyrical references to domestic abuse in 'Love the Way You Lie'. The rapper - who recently recorded a duet with the star entitled 'Love the Way You Lie' - has a crush on the Barbados-born singer and his grandmother Betty Kresin thinks they would make a great couple.Betty told heat magazine: "I can totally see what any girl including Rihanna would see in him.The 26-year-old singer was spotted sporting a heavy sheepskin coat and a new man on Friday.Ri Ri and her mystery man dined at the trendy New York City eatery Nobu before leaving together."What they don't know is the fact that Rihanna calls me Pinocchio," he raps in the track "Shady XV" of the double-disc album by the same name.