After sustained teasing, Eminem has finally dropped the brand new video for Framed from his recent album Revival.
The superstar rapper – real name Marshall Mathers – took to Instagram to reveal the release date of the video with a post saying: “Freaky Tales – #Framed Video Tomorrow Noon ET @Vevo + Eminem.com.”
Eminem also shared a snippet of what to expect from the video last week. The video opens with a fake news broadcast playing on the television screen as a montage of gruesome photos of a murder scene appear on the TV. Eminem is seated in front of the TV, in the middle of a living room with dead, bloody bodies lying about. Seemingly unfazed by the dead bodies, Em continues sketching a few drawings on a sheet a paper, and later on in the visual, a paper with ‘3 AM’ — another horror-filled song featured on Eminem’s Relapse — written all over appears. The camera then flips between clips of a bloody hand taking pills from a bottle and a figure running in a gloomy hospital, as a detective makes his way to the rapper’s home.
Prior to the release of Framed, Eminem joined the fight against gun violence with the extended version of the Kehlani-featuring ‘Nowhere Fast,’ aimed directly at the NRA. “Sandy Hook, Stoneman Douglas, another lone wolf gunman/ Sometimes I don’t know what this world has come to/ It’s blowin’ up,” he rapped, highlighting a slew of tragic mass shootings that have occurred in recent years.
As previously reported by uDiscover Music, Eminem is about to embark on a series of high profile UK and European stadium shows in support of Revival, which has topped the album charts in both the UK and US. Eminem’s itinerary kicks off with a show at Oslo’s Summertid Festival in Norway on 30 June and concludes with two dates at London’s Twickenham Stadium on 14 and 15 July respectively.
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