When thinking of a “sequel album,” the mind usually turns to an artist returning to a previously successful style or mindset in hopes to recapture former glories. Eminem’s last project was called The Marshall Mathers LP 2 largely because it featured Slim Shady returning to many of the themes and concepts that made him a megastar in order to prove that he’s still the same rapper he was years ago. Yet that isn’t a

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