On Monday, Eminem dropped the music video for “Godzilla,” his latest visual from Music to Be Murdered By. The clip, directed by Cole Bennett, is dedicated to the late Juice WRLD, who is featured on the song’s hook.
Eminem appears in the clip inside a large warehouse store — think Walmart or Best Buy — getting drunk off of “Godzilla” whiskey and experiencing various hallucinations. At various points, he fights off an armed robber with a missile launcher, vomits up a pile of Lego bricks, gets a blowjob inside of a slaughterhouse and gets punched in the face by none other than Mike Tyson, who then appears by his bedside in the hospital. The video ends with a voiceover from Juice WRLD and a black-and-white tribute to him.
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Music to Be Murdered By was released this past January. In addition to Juice WRLD, the album also features collaborations with Anderson .Paak and Young M.A. In the days following the album drop, Eminem released an open letter on Instagram in response to criticisms of the LP.
Earlier this year, Eminem gave a surprise performance at the Academy Awards, performing “Lose Yourself” in honor of the Eight Mile song’s past win at the ceremony.
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