The new album will be out the same day the star's accompanying IMAX movie hits US theatres.
The album was cited by many journalists as the best record of 1995 and the key release of an emerging musical style known as trip-hop.
This year's fan-voted AMAs will air live on ABC on 9 October from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
'Tha Carter V' features rapping from Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott and Snoop Dogg, singing from Nicki Minaj, Ashanti and Nivea, and vocals from the late XXXTentacion.
The exclusive merchandise collection is fully curated by Bravado, which has worked alongside stars such as Kanye West and Justin Bieber.
Officially released on 30 October, the long-awaited memoir is described as “a panoramic experience that tells the story of the Beastie Boys.
The new visual follows on from the video for 'Fall', which featured Justin Vernon.
Released through Interscope, 'Like Bobby' is the star's first new music in six years.
Nicki Minaj returns to her playful side for the latest music video for the breakout hit ‘Barbie Dreams’ off her record Queen, featuring a host of puppets.
The superstar rapper’s surprise LP clocks in as the North American chart’s fourth-best sales week of 2018.
Eminem has set his sights on his critics with the first visual off the new album for the controversial track ‘Fall’.
'Kamikaze' looks set to provide Eminem with his ninth consecutive chart-topping UK album. He currently shares the record of eight No. 1s in a row with ABBA and Led Zeppelin.
Interpolations on the album include Kendrick Lamar’s 'Humble,' and L.L. Cool J’s ‘I’m Bad.’
While the clip is brief, the up-tempo ominous track features a small snippet of lyrics, with Eminem rapping the sinister verse “knock knock, let the devil in”.
The 'Queen' star's tour will now launch in February 2019 with a previously announced run of UK and European shows.
Broadcast live from NYC's Radio City Music Hall, the event also featured live performances from Ariana Grande and Aerosmith with Post Malone.