Eminem has come a long way since debuting on the rap scene in 1998. To give you some perspective, his ‘little girl’ Hailie who he constantly rapped about then, was recently named high school homecoming queen. But Eminem’s daughter’s coming of age doesn’t mean that Slim Shady has lost a step. The Detroit rapper is currently in the midst of the promotion of his upcoming album, “The Marshall Mathers LP 2,” and today he gives fans a new visual for his single, “Survival.” According to mtv.com:
“Eminem unleashed some furious bars on ‘Survival’ back in mid-August, when he debuted the track as part of a trailer for the “Call of Duty: Ghosts” video game, and on Tuesday (October 8), Shady followed up with an official music video.
“The gloomy clip features footage from the video game playing in the background, while Eminem raps passionately, fully clad in black. The storyline simultaneously follows a group of masked artists who spray paint and stencil skulls across Detroit, and only at the very end is it confirmed that Shady is the leader of the crew.”
“Survival” is one of two singles released for the new album; the other is the Rick Rubin produced “Berzerk.”
“The Marshall Mathers LP 2” is Em’s seventh studio album and is scheduled to be released November 5th.
Check out Eminem’s “Survival” video above.