Eminem has launched the deluxe version of his newest document, Music To Be Murdered By, together with a full ‘B Facet’ of latest materials.
Followers started to suspect that Eminem would launch the document’s deluxe version this week, after an unverified press launch was leaked to social media on Tuesday, December 15.
In the present day (December 18), the 16-track document has arrived, with Dr. Dre, Ty Dolla $ign and DJ Premier among the many artists featured on it. The deluxe version additionally features a second disc which options the unique album in its entirety. You’ll be able to try ‘Facet B’ here.
“Uncle Alfred [Hitchcock] heard you screaming for extra…take pleasure in Facet B,” Eminem mentioned upon releasing ‘Facet B’ immediately.
The celebrity rapper has dropped a video for “GNAT”. It was directed by Cole Bennett of Lyrical Lemonade, who beforehand helmed his video for “Godzilla”. You’ll be able to test it out here.
Eminem performs a number of characters within the clip, together with a affected person nonetheless banged up after a stint within the hospital and a vital employee in a hazmat go well with. “These bars are like COVID /You get ’em proper off the bat,” he raps.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that the music video for Eminem’s “Godzilla” (feat. Juice WRLD) was one of many UK’s 10 most-watched music movies of the 12 months. Hip-hop dominated the record, accounting for eight entries. The lyrics for ‘Godzilla’ have been additionally among the many most-Googled for the 12 months as effectively.
Future‘s “Life Is Good”, that includes Drake, was the most-viewed music video of the 12 months within the UK. The monitor has 1.3billion views in whole, though it’s not identified what number of precisely got here from the UK. Tekashi 6ix9ine‘s ‘GOOBA’ got here second, with 647 million views, adopted by Aitch and AJ Tracey‘s ‘Rain’, that includes Tay Keith, which is the very best entry from a British artist.
British tracks make up 4 of the highest 10, with Tion Wayne, Dutchavelli and Stormzy‘s “I Dunno”, Dutchavelli’s “Solely If You Knew”, and Joel Corry and MNEK‘s “Head & Coronary heart” all making the lower. “Head & Coronary heart” was one among solely two non-rap entries, the opposite being The Weeknd‘s “Blinding Lights”.
The deluxe version of Music To Be Murdered By is out now and can be bought here.