Eminem will never "Fall" in his new music video.
Eminem is phoning in absolutely nothing on his new album Kamikaze. The criticism that was handed down to Revival when it dropped last year cannot simply apply to the secret project Em dropped last week. In fact, with the new video for "Fall," Shady is leaving Revival far in the past, stepping on the physical copy and completely destroying it in the process.
Opening with Em receiving hella notifications hating on Revival, the mindset that the Detroit artist went into Kamikaze with is finally revealed. While he may brush off the criticism nonchalantly, clearly it affected him in a few different ways, which fueled him to bring back vintage Shady on the new album. Throughout the clip, Eminem teases the idea of literally falling down a few times but he always seems to catch himself, much like he did figuratively with Kamikaze.
Reminding his detractors that he will be in the game after them, much like he was before them, Em considers the fact that he's a living legend. While this may not be a response to Machine Gun Kelly's "Rap Devil," which we're absolutely waiting on, it's still some new Em content which will always be welcome. Which tracks would you like to see get some visuals from the new record?