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article imageShady Records launches Shady Films

By Layne Weiss     Sep 25, 2013 in Entertainment
Detroit - Eminem's Shady Records has officially announced a major expansion of their label as they will be now be venturing into film production with Shady Films.
The Shady Records website states that Shady Films will be producing various web series such as "Detroit's Burn Rubber,", an online series, which Eminem already produces, about Detroit sneaker shop Burn Rubber, and Elliott Wilson's CRWN series.
In addition, they'll be starting a new series with Shady Records rap group Slaughterhouse, and others.
The label has announced a new deal for content development with Ben Silverman's LOUD Channel.
"Shady Films shares's goal of employing creative vision and a fresh, unique point of view to create premium content with a focus on the music of today's multicultural young adults ; making them the perfect partner," Ben Silverman said about the partnership in a press release, HipHopDX reports.
Shady Records promises to make further announcements regarding Shady Films on their website, in the next coming months.
This is not Eminem's first film endeavor. He starred in 2002's 8 Mile, a film based loosely on his life.
Recently, Eminem has been in the headlines as he gets ready to release his next album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2. The album is set to hit stores on November 5.
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