The Kehlani-featured "Revival" cut will be released in longer form tonight.
Although he has been rapping for over two decades, Eminem is still very much a leading figure in the world of hip-hop. When he releases a project, everybody takes notice and shares their opinions almost instantaneously. Fresh off their joint performance at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, Eminem and Kehlani have been sitting on an extended version of the Revival cut "Nowhere Fast," which they are ready to distribute to the world. The song is poised to become Em's next single off the December 2017 album, as the longer version of the track will be made available tonight at midnight EST.
Eminem announced the news on his official Instagram account, posting the single's cover art and informing his supporters of the release time in the caption. Slim Shady simply wrote, "#NOWHEREFAST (EXTENDED VERSION) FT. @KEHLANI MIDNIGHT ET TONIGHT." An artist that regularly tends to keep to himself, Eminem has been sharing more than usual on the social media platform, using the medium to post the behind-the-scenes footage of his "River" video, as well as tributes to the late Craig Mack and the victims of the Parkland school shooting.
Are you planning to check out the updated version of "Nowhere Fast" at midnight? While you wait for the extended version to officially drop, relive Em's weekend performance of the track here.