Eminem's Manager Denies Lady Gaga Collaboration On New Album

7 August 2012, 14:52 | Updated: 7 August 2012, 14:54

Paul Rosenberg rubbishes claims that the pair have hooked up with Kendrick Lamar for new album.

Eminem's manager has denied reports that the rapper has recorded a collaboration with Lady Gaga.

It had been reported that Eminem had told MTV that the song 'Street Lights' also featured Kendrick Lamar and was set to appear on his new album.

But the 'Lose Yourself' star's manager Paul Rosenberg hit back at rumour about a duet on Twitter.

He wrote: "People don't hear from Marshall for a spell and they just start making stuff up. Thirsty world!"

Eminem confirmed earlier this year that he was heading back to the studio and would once again be working alongside Dr. Dre, his long-time collaborator and friend.

The Slaughterhouse group is Eminem's current project and features rappers Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz and Royce da 5"9".

The 'Bad Romance' star is also set to release her new studio album in early 2013 and recently unveiled the title of the record via a new tattoo.