Eminem will be releasing a DVD of his 2005 concert at New York's Madison Square Garden on November 12.
The DVD, titled Eminem Live From New York City , captures the rapper performing a variety of hits and also features guest appearances from D12, Obie Trice and Stat Quo.
The concert was originally filmed for the cable network Showtime.
Eminem revealed last month that he has begun working on his fifth album.
U.S.D.A. member Blood Raw will be shooting the video for the first single off his debut album in Atlanta tomorrow (October 17).
The single, titled "26 Inches" , features Young Buck & The FAMU Marching 100.
Raw's group mates, Young Jeezy and Slick Pulla, along with DJ Drama, Greg Street, Lyfe Jennings, Lil Boosie, Lil Webbie, Foxx and David Banner, will be among numerous hip hop celebrities who are expected to turn up at the video shoot.
Fans who have tricked out rides that are sititng on 26 inches are being given a chance to appear on the video. All you have to do is send a photo of your ride in an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org , with the subject line in the email reading: Tricked Out Ride Submission.
Raw's debut album , titled My Life The True Testimony, slated for release in early 2008.
Shortly after his brief hearing yesterday afternoon (October 15) , federal agents held a press conference to display nine guns which were found in T.I's car and house on Saturday afternoon. (October 13).
According to The Atlanta Journal Constitution , among the guns displayed included an AK-47, a 9-mm handgun , three machine guns and the two silencers.
As reported earlier, T.I. was arrested at a shopping center parking lot in midtown Atlanta on Saturday (October 13) while trying to purchase a machine gun and two silencers from his bodyguard. During the arrest, his house was searched and six guns were found.
T.I.'s bodyguard, who was busted on Wednesday (October 10) by an AFT agent trying to purchase the aforementioned guns , told authorities he was buying the guns for the rapper and arranged the meeting on Saturday.
The identity of T.I.'s bodyguard has not been revealed and authorities at the press conference refused to discuss any deal they struck with him. The bodyguard is under arrest and facing charges which have also not been revealed.
T.I. has been charged with two felonies--possession of three unregistered machine guns and two silencers, and possession of firearms by a convicted felon. If convicted on both charges, T.I. faces at least five years in prison.
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