As seen in the 'Beautiful' music video, Eminem visits Detroit's Michigan Central Station, Tiger Stadium and old Packard Motor Car company plant.
Eminem's music video for his new single "Beautiful" has finally made its way out after being previewed through a clip. It shows the rapper performing in Detroit's Tiger Stadium, old Packard Motor Car company plant and once-grand Beaux-Arts train station Michigan Central Station.
Commenting on the video, Eminem previously said, "Tiger Stadium is being torn down, and the train station is supposed to be demolished too. This video is one of the last times anybody outside of Detroit is going to see them." He added, "I wrote 'Beautiful' when I was really down, during a difficult time struggling with my addiction."
"It's a reminder to keep your head up, and to see who you really are despite what you may be going through. Now that I've gotten through the toughest part, I see how the song relates to Detroit, and it feels even more powerful to me."
Eminem lists "Beautiful" in his sixth studio album titled "Relapse" which has been in stores since mid May. As for future project, he will return to recording booth for "Relapse 2", and is going to headline 2009 Voodoo Festival alongside Jane's Addiction, The Flaming Lips, Wolfmother, Eagles of Death Metal, The Black Keys, Ween, Janelle Monae, Q-Tip and Fischerspooner among others.
Beside a rapper, Eminem is also an actor. He will next be seen making a cameo in Adam Sandler-starring flick "Funny People" which will arrive in U.S. theaters on July 31.
Eminem's "Beautiful" music video