Eminem responds to critics in video for album-cut, “Fall”
After being panned for his previous album “Revival“, self-proclaimed rap God Eminem has decided to fight his demons head on. Facing them through the best way he knows, the icon presents some heavy symbolism his latest music video for “Fall”
The record is taken from Em‘s new, well-received surprise LP “Kamikaze“, which arrived on August 31st. Dissing a few people on the album (one of which has already replied), this track looks more introspectively. Assessing his potential mistakes on the last project and where it all went wrong, Em visually shows the effects it took on him and his surroundings.
Some believe the album version of the track features a homophobic diss to bi-sexual rapper Tyler, the Creator though. However, it’s actually censored in the version for the video above – which is directed by James Larese.
Available now, click play on the visuals or be sure to comment your thoughts underneath. You can also stream the rest of “Kamikaze” now right here or explore more new music by visiting the link provided below.
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