Dr. Dre & Eminem's 'Die Hard' Single to Debut on 'Fight Camp'
"Die Hard," the next single from Dr. Dre's endlessly delayed "Detox" album featuring Eminem, will be unveiled during Friday's episode of Showtime's "Fight Camp 360°: Pacquiao vs. Moseley." The world premiere was announced in a promo for the boxing show, which focuses on the upcoming Manny Pacquiao-"Sugar" Shane Mosley fight and will air its final episode on Friday (May 6).
"Die Hard" is the third official single from "Detox," following "Kush" and the Eminem-assisted "I Need a Doctor," which the two rappers performed at the Grammy Awards ceremony last February. While "Doctor" resides at No. 16 in its 12th week on the Hot 100, "Detox" -- which Dre has been prepping for over a decade -- still does not have a release date.
Eminem, who is slated to headline Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza this summer, recently announced a joint EP with Shady Records MC Royce Da 5'9" that will hit stores on June 14. As for Dr. Dre, the veteran rapper won a lawsuit against Death Row Records, which stated that a new incarnation of the label does not have the rights to digitally sell Dre's classic album "The Chronic," last month.