Eminem's forthcoming music video directed by Syndrome for the rapper's single 'Crack a Bottle' has got a preview.
Already releasing "We Made You" and "3 A.M." music videos, Eminem will soon come out with another music video, this time to support his new single called "Crack a Bottle", which has been made available to peek through its more-than-two-minute clip. The rapper is not featured in the video's preview. Instead, a homeless person sitting on the street and holding a liquor bottle wrapped in a brown bag is captured on it.
"Crack a Bottle" has Eminem's fellow rappers Dr. Dre and 50 Cent lending their vocals on the hook. Originally recorded for Fiddy's next installment "Before I Self Destruct", the track is set to be included in the Slim Shady's upcoming sixth studio album "Relapse".
Beside listing "Crack a Bottle", Eminem's new album will also feature four skits, one of which is titled "Dr. West". The album is planned to be dropped in stores across United States on May 19. It will go head-to-head with Busta Rhymes' "Back on My B.S.", which is also due for release in the country on the same day.
Snippet of Eminem's "Crack a Bottle" music video: