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The Slim Shady releases a teaser for his upcoming cinematic music video in support of his single off 'Southpaw' soundtrack album.
Busta Rhymes, Action Bronson, Notorious B.I.G. are other names set to be featured on the album, scheduled to arrive on the same day the movie opens in U.S. theaters on July 24.
The Slim Shady will have an interview with Zane Lowe for Beat 1 Radio while Sir Elton John will host a so-called 'Rocket Hour' program.
The full version of the empowering track finally arrives after being previewed in the film's trailer and in a Beats by Dre ad.
A video showing ASL interpreter named Shelby Mitchusson performing the hit entirely in sign language has gone viral after it was posted on Reddit earlier this week.
Produced by DJ Khalil, the song leads the 'Southpaw' soundtrack album which is due out in July via the Detroit rapper's Shady Records/Interscope Records.
The rapper walks alone through a weeded field while rapping about his connection with God before joining Em in an empty church.
The Detroit rapper made a contribution to the soundtrack after he decided to exit the Antoine Fuqua film back in 2012.
The set has been described as 'a 10-disc box set of music from his nearly two-decade career' and will reportedly include '8 Mile' soundtrack.
The singer hopes she and the rapper can make 'something awesome' inspired by their experiences as recovered drug addicts.
Other winners who were announced before the live telecast included Jay-Z and Beyonce for Best RnB Song, Pharrell for Best Urban Contemporary Album and Kendrick Lamar for Best Rap Performance.
The Slim Shady visits his hometown and tours the Motor City with his homies Big Sean, Danny Brown, Trick Trick, and Royce Da 5'9
The 'Not Afraid' rapper visited the home of a fan who was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, on Sunday, January 11.
Raymond Jones from rap group Hotstylz claims that some parts of their 2007 single 'Lookin Boy' are illegally used on Em's 2013 hit from his 'MMLP2' album.
A clip from the much-talked movie sees the 'Guts Over Fear' hitmaker being interviewed on a TV show hosted by James Franco and dropping the bomb.