Rap veteran Eminem has been focusing hard on the Slaughterhouse movement, but since they've dropped their debut album, the Detroit emcee is now looking to become involved in the web series world. The Detroit Free Press reports that Eminem, along with his Shady Records company and his manager Paul Rosenberg, joined forces with production studio Electrus founder Ben Silverman for a new web series. The series is to be called "Detroit Rubber".
The show will focus on Rick Williams and Roland Coit, who are the owners of the sneaker boutique "Burn Rubber", which is based in Detroit. The store owners are looking to open new locations for their boutique in addition to the sole spot they currently have open. Reports say filming for the new show will commence in the coming weeks and will be available on the LOUD YouTube channel.
There has been no set date for the premier of the show.