Are Eminem and Rihanna About to Drop a Collab Track?

Mahlik Campbell

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For a hot second, there was a chance that Eminem and Rihanna were scheming. 🤔

It's been slightly more than a decade since Rihanna and Eminem scored 12 platinum plaques with "Love the Way You Lie," appearing on Em's seventh studio album, Recovery. The record was also nominated for five Grammys and has reportedly sold over 37 million copies worldwide.

Though it'll be hard to top this kind of success, the two could be gearing up for another big collaborative effort in the near future, according to a recent Instagram Story.

Burn It Down Group, which apparently consults Shady Records on marketing, teased a graphic that intertwines Em's backward "E" used to style the beginning of his name with a jagged "R" pulled from the album cover of RiRi's Rated R.

Adding fuel to the fire, Eminem stan and Twitter user @slimshadysb***h noted that Eminem's manager and former CEO of Def Jam Paul Rosenberg shared a show schedule a few months ago from their 2014 joint Monster Tour and asked followers whether they wanted a "Part 2."

Of course, fans on social media took off with the rumor and embraced some serious nostalgia thinking about the magic these two have made on wax on four separate occasions.

However, Burn It Down claimed in a series of follow-up posts that there's "no new song" and they were instead only "reliving the good times" from The Monster Tour. Well damn!

"Stan's you guys & girls got the internet going nuts," they wrote. "I salute you but there's nothing going on here."

But there is one confirmed Rihanna partnership that was announced on Monday: A$AP Rocky as the latest model for her Fenty Skin brand.