Dr. Dre recently made waves on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, captivating crowds with the surprise appearance of his esteemed colleagues and friends, including Eminem, Snoop Dogg, and 50 Cent, who came together to honor the iconic figure.

Following the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and 50 Cent graced the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live! — marking Dre’s first late-night TV appearance as a guest in 30 years. Towards the conclusion of the interview, Dre dropped a bombshell, confirming that Eminem, his protege, is gearing up to release his 12th album. With a gleam in his eye, Dre announced to the ecstatic crowd, “Eminem is working on his own album, slated for release this year. He’s given me the green light to make this announcement right here on the show. In fact, I’m set to hear the entire album for the first time tomorrow… I haven’t even had a chance to listen to the complete project, but he’s got an album dropping in 2024.” This album follows Eminem’s 2020 release, “Music to Be Murdered By,” which soared to the top of the Billboard 200 chart, marking his 10th consecutive album to achieve this feat. Notably, 50 Cent, another protege of Dre’s, and Snoop Dogg, a longtime collaborator and friend, joined in the celebration of Dre’s illustrious career.

Catch the full interview above for more insights into the dynamic world of hip-hop and the enduring legacy of Dr. Dre.