This is the first official solo release from Pee Duble since "The E Pee" in 2010 and "The Learning Curve 2" a joint mix-tape with Trav Williams in October 2011. This release is essentially a feel good EP designed to get people to fall back in love with real honest Hip-Hop music. It features real topics that the average person can relate to, bangers that'll definitely get your feet moving in the club, and ferocious lyrics that hardcore Hip-Hop fans expect from Pee Duble. At It Again as the title implies, is exactly what Pee Duble wants his fans to know about him. He's "At It Again" and isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
For the new October/November edition of VIBE, we see none other than Eminem gracing the cover as part of an exclusive reunion of the cast of 8 Mile, 10 years after its release. (Wow... 10 years ago I remember seeing this as a freshman in high school. Thanks for successfully making me feel old, hah!)
The full cover story can be read here - and it's a must-read for fans of the classic movie. It's a ping pong discussion between Em, Mekhi Phifer (Future), Anthony Mackie (Papa Doc), Omar Benson Miller (Sol), and Evan Jones (Cheddar Bob) that ranges from the chemistry and creative process on set, how Mekhi was initially going to pass on the film, and even a dope tidbit on "Lose Yourself", excerpted below.
I remember doing “Lose Yourself.” I went to the trailer during lunch and laid a scratch from top to bottom, just one take through and then stacked some ad-libs and shit. I was going to come back and re-do it. I actually ended up keeping it. That’s my most vivid memory—that song, and walking around set with a pad of paper. If I didn’t have that, I’d write it on my hand. I was like a little hamster: I’d go from my lunch trailer to the treadmill to run and then jump to the music trailer to make some beats.