Eminem has already sold over a million copies of his new album and just released his music video for his single “Rap God”.
The rapper eludes to the fact that his rapping style is rather robotic, showing off his impressive talent in the new track.
Eminem is shown strapped to a bunch of wires as he channels Max Headroom in the video. Some of you may be too young to remember Max Headroom but he was extremely popular in the 1980s.
The video was shot at the Russell Industrial Center in Detroit.
Two singles from his comeback album already have videos, with “Berzerk” and “Survival” selling well. Eminem has also filmed his music video for his track with Rihanna, “The Monster”. RiRi recently shared an image from the set of the video. It appears that video will be released soon.
Just yesterday, Eminem’s childhood home was destroyed after a massive fire that left it unsafe for habitation. The home was featured on his 2000 album, The Marshall Mathers LP, as well as his most recent album. The home was owned by his mother from 1989 to 2003.
A local Michigan paper reported the news of the home’s demolition. Michigan Land Bank director Kim Homan revealed, “The condition of the property post-fire presents a safety hazard that the Land Bank is responsible for removing. The goal is to demolish and clean up the site, so neighborhood safety and order can be restored.”
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