Em and Dre to Cover Vibe, Producer Wants Em on ABC's "Detroit 1-8-7"

Vibe has enlisted Eminem and Dr. Dre to grace the second cover of their upcoming fifteenth anniversary Juice issue.

The magazine debuted the other cover to the issue, featuring Diddy, Rick Ross and Janelle Monae, among others. The magazine also caught up with Em and discussed a number of topics, including the thought of his own death.

"I try not to think about [my own death] but I do and it creeps me the fuck out," he said. "It creeps me out because they say that if I got to the hospital two hours later then I would be gone. I think about that a lot. When I lay in bed at night is when I think about it the most. It creeps me out man."

The full cover and a larger portion of the interview can be found here.

In related news, Jason Richman, the executive producer of ABC's upcoming cop drama "Detroit 1-8-7," is courting the Motor City rapper for a guest appearance. He says he has been in talks with Em and his people about having him not only appear on the show, but also contributing some music to the show.

"He's a great actor, and he'd a good representative for the city," Richman said. "I'd love for him to be involved in any way possible."