The Detroit rapper's upcoming video is shot in his hometown by Rich Lee, the director behind the clips for his 'Not Afraid' and 'Ligters'
Eminem and Rihanna have revealed that the music video for their latest collaboration, "The Monster", is in the works. On Wednesday, November 20, the rapper shared a photo of him and Rihanna on the video filming set in his hometown of Detroit.
Both stars are featured wearing all-black outfits in the picture that arrived via Emimem's Instagram. The Slim Shady is rocking a black leather jacket and a black shirt while sitting next to his collaborator, who rocks her new black bob.
According to another picture shared on the same day, the anticipated visuals is directed by Rich Lee, who has worked with the Mr. Mathers in "Not Afraid" and "Lighters" videos. There's still no word on when the full video will be released.
"The Monster" appears on "MMLP2", Eminem's latest album that hit Billboard 200's No. 1 last week. Currently sitting at No. 2 on Billboard 100, the song is not the first collaboration between Eminem and Rihanna.
The two stars first teamed up for a massively successful 2010 single, "Love the Way You Lie", which stayed at No. 1 on Billboard 100 for seven weeks. They later reunited for the second part of the track, "Love the Way You Lie (Part II)", before working together again for RiRi's "Numb".