The new visual follows on from the video for 'Fall', which featured Justin Vernon.
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”.
A question of boundaries lays at the heart of music censorship, but artists have always pushed back, fighting for the freedom to express themselves.
‘Sorry’ is patterned after Shelly Thunder’s reggae song ‘Sorry,’ itself an interpolation of Chapman’s ‘Baby Can I Hold You.’
Minaj’s follow-up to 2014’s 'The Pinkprint' boasts a feast of appearances by Eminem, the Weeknd, Future, Foxy Brown, Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee and others.
The superstar rapper and New York-based clothing company are pairing up to celebrate the end of Eminem's massive'Revival' tour.
Spawning megastars such as Snoop Dogg, 2Pac and Eminem, 90s hip-hop marked the point when the music came out of the suburbs and took over the world.
Death discs can be hard to defend, but for those with a robust sense of humour, they can also provide no end of toe-curling fun.
From country to rock, jazz to hip-hop, these personas embody a specific moment in an artist’s development.
The landmark recordings will be available on vinyl worldwide, with faithful replica packaging, on 20 July.
Unlike most other eras, the notion of 90s music is hard to pin down. Oddball and eclectic, the decade defies easy categorisation, but it’s this cross-pollination of sounds that left a boundary-breaking...