Eminem and Joyner Lucas drop the video for one of the best songs on "Kamikaze."
Eminem has been in the news a lot lately. Most of the headlines stem from the artist's numerous beefs that were revisited when he put out Kamikaze a few weeks ago. Whether it's Joe Budden or Machine Gun Kelly coming for his neck, Em has assured everybody that he's taking things slowly. It appears as though he's focusing mostly on the promotion of his surprise album, releasing a music video for "Fall" last week and now, coming through with the visuals for the Joyner Lucas-assisted "Lucky You."
"Lucky You" is generally agreed to be one of best songs on Kamikaze. Joyner absolutely bodies his verse and Eminem spits his regular fire as he returns to Shady form. When he announced that the video would be dropping on Wednesday, many spent the day cruising through his YouTube page, refreshing so they could be the first to view the video in case it contained a response to MGK. While it never ended up dropping yesterday with Em apologizing to the fans, he did come through early today so he's forgiven.
The video shows the two lyricists getting surrounded by a group of hooded men with red eyes, copying everything the artists do and mimicking their movements. The references to Em's influence are clear in this one and Joyner looks like he fits in perfectly next to one of the greats. Check it out and let us know your thoughts.