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Watch The Video For New Eminem Track ‘Lucky You’

The new visual follows on from the video for ‘Fall’, which featured Justin Vernon.

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Eminem has returned with another new music video from his new album Kamikaze. Following the visual for his Justin Vernon-featuring song ‘Fall,’ he’s now shared a clip for his Joyner Lucas-featuring song Lucky You.

In the humorous video for Lucky You, the superstar rapper and Joyner encounter a horde of hooded, red-eyed individuals who copy their every move. As with ‘Fall’, ‘Lucky You follows a similar critique of current rappers: “We need Three Stacks ASAP and bring Masta Ace back/Because half of these rappers have brain damage / All the lean rappin’, face tats, syruped out like tree sap,” Eminem raps on the track.

Executive produced by Dr. Dre and Eminem himself, Kamikaze also credits Kendrick Lamar as a writer on ‘Greatest’ and Little Dragon on ‘Normal,’ with added features from Jessie Reyez on ‘Good Guy,’ Royce da 5’9 on ‘Not Alike,’ and adds the track ‘Venom’ from the upcoming Marvel movie of the same name. Eminem recently sat down with Sway on his YouTube channel to talk about his feud with Machine Gun Kelly, why he released Kamikaze as a surprise, and the response to his much talked about 2017 album Revival.

Kamikaze is currently the No. 1 album in the United States and, as uDiscover Music previously reported, it’s Eminem’s ninth chart-topping record. Despite dropping out of the blue, Kamikaze opened at No. 1 on North America’s Billboard 200 album chart with the fourth-best sales week of 2018.

Kamikaze sold 434,000 total copies – including 252,000 digital-only traditional copies; the physical version followed a week after the album’s unannounced arrival – to give Eminem his ninth US Number One album. According to Billboard, only The Beatles, Jay-Z, Bruce Springsteen, Barbra Streisand and Elvis Presley notched more Number One LPs. Every Eminem solo album since 2000’s The Marshall Mathers LP – including the 8 Mile soundtrack – has now debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

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