Eminem And Dr. Dre, According To Reports, The Creation Of New Music For The "Body" Of The Soundtrack
The rap battle of the film was a hit at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Eminem and Dr. Dre are not only working on Slim Shady's new album.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the two are also making some original music for the new rap battle of the film Body. The film, which is produced by Eminem, made its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival last week and garened a positive reception.
The version shown at TIFF, according to the reports do not include much of the original music, so Eminem is to make a couple of songs of his own to add once you are ready for a wider distribution. Marshall Mathers and longtime manager Paul Rosenberg decided to hire Dre to a couple of tracks, adding that the power of the stars.
Although the Body was well-received at TIFF, was not without controversy. The vulgar and racist language used in the film posed some questions on the part of their audience, particularly those who are not familiar with the rap battle. Director Joseph Kahn defended its use while noting that it was not an endorsement of the words.
"The rap battle of the underground world, a message of freedom of expression," he told THR. "But the movie does not automatically take the side of freedom of expression, because there is still the question we are asking ourselves:" is there a limit?' It's a legitimate question."