The Cee-Lo Green-featuring music video opens with a skit that emphasizes that the Slim Shady is unlike any other rappers.
Slaughterhouse release their music video for single "My Life" and show how loaded Eminem is. In a Robin Leach-inspired skit "Rappers Are Richer Than You", Marshall Mathers is a super rich star having too many Platinum plaques that he uses for his shooting practice.
The Slim Shady continues flaunting his assets; showing off a garage full of 300 Chrysler 300s, playing whack-a-mole with real-life baby seals, and chilling in his castle with his dinosaur pets. While others go under the knife to maintain their youthful look, he bathes in the tears of other rappers.
Featuring Cee-Lo Green, "My Life" will appear in Slaughterhouse's next studio installment "Welcome to Our House". The Hip-Hop group also celebrate their good life in the music video by parading in a flashy car and rapping about dollar bills.
Slaughterhouse's "My Life" Music Video Ft. Cee-Lo Green