Eminem has teased new material and shared his phone number, asking his fans to text him.
As he celebrates the 20th anniversary of The Marshall Mathers LP, he invited his followers to get in touch, sharing what is obviously not his actual number. Still, people were pretty excited at the concept of chatting with Marshall Mathers.
It was shared on Instagram with a clip of his 2000 hit Stan, which featured vocals from Dido, and a graphic that contained an image of him with the lyrics for the song layered over the top.
He captioned it: "Dear Stan, I meant to write you sooner, but I just been busy. Text me, I'll hit you back - :telephone: 313-666-7440 #MMLP20 #DearSlim Link in bio.'
The link takes you to another page that looks like a contact screen on an iPhone.
A few days ago, he had teased more stuff around the anniversary, posting a clip of The Way I Am, another track of the LP.
He wrote: "I used to give a fuck / now I could give a fuck less.' Stan drop, Listening Party and I got a new number :telephone: - hit the site for more info on the 20th Anniversary of The Marshall Mathers LP - link in bio."
So we have a listening party to look forward to - always good news.
If you have tried his number from outside of America, you probably will struggle to get through thanks to international restrictions.
Someone replied saying: "Dear Marshall, I texted but you still ain't texting back. Probably coz I'm out of the USA... No fair...
"Please for all of us fix that... Hit me back just to chat, Truly yours..."
It looks like there's definitely something coming up for the milestone anniversary of his third album release - and to be fair, it was a pretty big deal.
When it came out in May 2000, it was considered one of the most controversial albums of all time, with lyrics that ripped into numerous celebrities at the time, as well as minority groups.
It was condemned by many politicians, with Canadian authorities even proposing that he be banned from entering the country. It also included The Real Slim Shady on its tracklisting - a certified banger.
Its legacy lives on too - the term Stan, as in a super fan that is classed as 'over-zealous or obsessive' according to the Oxford Dictionary.