AceShowbiz - Contrary to the title of the song, Eminem will not be a nice person in the upcoming music video for "Good Guy" which features Jessie Reyez. The Detroit rapper has just released on his social media pages a teaser for the visuals.
The less-than-30-second clip opens with an intense scene of Reyez gasping for air as she crawls out of the ground. Judging by the scene, it appears that someone has buried her alive, but she manages to escape. But when she thinks that she is finally safe, she later comes face to face with Em who clearly looks like he is more than ready to stab her anytime.
The video ends with Em grabbing a blade off of a table before the scene fades to black. The full music video will make its way out on Friday, December 7.
"Good Guy" is one of the tracks off his latest album "Kamikaze" that hit the shelves on August 31. While the record received mixed reviews from music critics, it launched atop Billboard 200 with 434,000 equivalent album units, becoming his ninth consecutive No. 1 album in the country. He also topped the Artist 100 chart due to album sales and song streams.
Despite the commercial success of the album, it caused several controversies due to several songs from the album. For instance, he was accused of using homophobic slur on "The Fall". Following massive backlash from internet users and celebrity peers, he apologized during an interview with Sway Calloway. "In my quest to hurt him, I realize I was hurting a lot of other people," he said at the time.
There was also a diss track titled "Not Alike" which was aimed at Machine Gun Kelly, whom quickly responded to the diss with "Rap Devil". Em then responded back with "Killshot" which became the most successful debut for a hip-hop song on YouTube after garnering more than 38 million streams in its first 24 hours.