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3 July 2012, 16:02 | Updated: 3 July 2012, 16:10
The 'Lose Yourself' star admits he goes to the rapper to help "fill the pieces" when he's recording a record.
Eminem has revealed that he will be teaming up with Dr. Dre on his forthcoming new album.
The 'Without Me' rapper told DJ Whoo Kid that he is currently "figuring out" what sound and direction the record will take but is sure to team up with the N.W.A star.
"Yeah, of course he'll be involved," he responded when asked about working with Dre. "I usually get going and kind of start going a certain direction and just record what I'm feeling. Then I'll go see Dre and fill in some of those pieces."
He added: "I'm not that far along in the process as far as like figuring out."
Speaking about the process the pair usually undertake in the studio, the rapper continued: "You know, Dre will listen and I'll see what he thinks I'm missing or you know I might come to him and say 'I think I'm missing this kind of record' or 'what if I went in this direction' or whatever."
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Eminem recently confirmed that he had started work on a new album and what will be the follow up to 2010's 'Recovery'.
The pair recently were seen on stage at the Coachella Festival 2012 where Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg headlined.