Marshall Bruce Mathers III, 44, who is professionally known as Eminem, and Deja Trimble, 25, who is professionally known as DeJ Loaf, have at least two things in common. They are both excellent rappers and they are both from Detroit, Michigan.

Thus, it will not be a surprise if Loaf is added as one of the featured artists in Eminem's upcoming album. While fans know that "Rap God" rapper is currently working on his ninth studio album, no one really knows when exactly the album will be released.

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Fans of Eminem have been waiting the release of his ninth studio since 2013. The eight studio albums he has released are "Infinite," "The Slim Shady LP," "The Marshall Mathers LP," "The Eminem Show," "Encore," "Relapse," "Recovery" and "The Marshall Mathers II."

Loaf is also set to release an album. Her debut album titled "Liberated" is expected to be out before 2018.

Eminem and Loaf have already collaborated in 2014 along with rappers Trick-Trick, Danny Brown, Big Sean and Royce da 5'9", who are all from Detroit, Michigan. They released a song titled "Detroit Vs. Everybody," which was recorded in Ferndale, Michigan, Oak Park, Michigan and Brooklyn, New York.

"Detroit Vs. Everybody" is one of the 12 songs included in the hip hop compilation album titled "Shady XV." The album was released by Shady Records, which was founded in 1999 by Eminem and his manager Paul Rosenberg.

Meanwhile, Loaf recently collaborated with Tracy T on the song "Shinin' Like My Rollie." The latter revealed to The Fader how he and Loaf made the song.

According to Tracy T, he met Loaf for the first time in Vegas at a private pool party of Nicki Minaj, who recently attended the Haider Ackermann Paris Fashion Week show, Daily Mail reported. One day, Tracy T and Loaf went to the studio at Tree Sounds in Atlanta, the former said.

"I played a few beats for her and we agreed on the Zaytoven track," Tracy T said. "'Shinin' Like My Rollie' is the first song we did. We made it in about 15 minutes."

Listen to "Shinin' Like My Rollie" here: