Eminem's full music video to promote his single 'Crack a Bottle' off new album 'Relapse' has just been revealed.
A full music video in support of Eminem's single called "Crack a Bottle" has finally surfaced. It starts showing a dirty alleyway with a homeless person sitting in it and then moving on to what seems to be a rehabilitation facility. It continues capturing a tattoo parlor and ends up with a partying scene.
"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 included in the Slim Shady's sixth studio album "Relapse".
"Relapse" itself has been dropped in stores across United States on May 19. A follow up to Eminem's 2004 effort "Encore", it debuted at number one on Billboard Hot 200 with 711,000 copies in its first week on sales.
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