Eminem’s Slim Shady Receives Obituary, ZICO Teases New Music From Jennie, Jimmy Fallon Shares Top Moments With Billboard Chart Toppers & More | Billboard News 

It’s Tuesday, May 14th, and an obituary for Eminem’s Slim Shady appeared in a Detroit newspaper ahead of the release of his upcoming album. ZICO teases in an interview with Billboard that he’s heard some of Jennie’s solo tracks and that they’re all really good. Yves from LOONA  returns to music for the soundtrack of K-Drama, “Missing Crown Prince.” NewJeans performance director takes to IG stories to express her frustration about ILLIT copying creative elements from NewJeans’. Tyla takes us Behind The Photo and shares some of her favorite moments with her best friend. We sat down with Jimmy Fallon to talk about some of his favorite memories of Billboard Chart Toppers on his show. Rapsody shares why ‘Please Don’t Cry’ is her most vulnerable album, her collaborations with Lil Wayne and more!

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The real Slim Shady kicks the bucket. Tyla takes us behind the photo. We learn more about Jennie’s solo tracks. All of LOONA’s members return to music and the NewJeans, ILLIT drama heats up. Jimmy Fallon talks about some of his biggest musical guests and Rapsody stops by to talk new music. Let’s jump right into it, here at Billboard News. Slim Shady is dead, but Eminem lives on. We’re talking about the obituary and his new venture. It seems Eminem may be taking his upcoming album, titled ‘The Death Of Slim Shady,’ literally. The Detroit Free Press ran a fake Slim Shady obituary on Monday and it’s a hilarious read. It states “Slim Shady Made Lasting Impressions. Fans ‘Will Never Forget’ Controversial Rapper.” It continues, “His complex and tortured existence has come to a close, and the legacy he leaves behind is no closer to resolution than the manner in which this character departed this world. May he truly find the peace in an afterlife that he could not find on Earth.” What? The ad obituary appears to be in support of Em’s upcoming 12th studio LP, news that was first broken by his frequent collaborator Dr. Dre on Jimmy Kimmel in March. And there’s music news in general and then the whole world of Kpop. There’s so much going on, here’s Three Things You Need To Know in Kpop. Jennie earned her second No.1  on the World Digital Song Sales Chart with “SPOT!” 

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