On Tuesday, April 3, Eminem surprised his fans by releasing a music video for his single, "Framed." The new video was directed by James Larese, who is also the mastermind behind other clips from artists such as Fifth Harmony, Action Bronson, and A Tribe Called Quest.
The record producer first teased a visual for the single in March.
The "Framed" video begins with the rapper, who appears to be an escaped asylum patient, trapping himself in a house surrounded by nothing but bloody murder victims and several sketches of different drawings.
Eminem, or Marshall Bruce Mathers III, later finds himself being questioned by the police, who eventually use hypnosis on him.
The video comes to an end with the Grammy award-winning rapper back at the asylum as he undergoes another round of hypnosis and receives an injection of an unidentified substance in his sternum.
Eminem Releases Revival
"Framed" is featured on the 45-year-old's album, Revival, which was released in November 2017. Revival is Eminem's ninth studio album and it reportedly sold over a million copies worldwide and appeared on the top 20 hits in the United States. The album also includes his other collaborations such as "Walk on Water" with Beyoncé and "River" with English singer and guitarist Ed Sheeran, which he previously released videos for.
Fans of the record executive might have been happy to hear new music from him, however they seemed to be more excited about the fact that he actually apologized to his ex-wife, Kimberly Scott, also known as Kim, on his Revival album. The single probably came as a surprise after he had some harsh words for Scott on his famous Marshall Mathers LP.
Well, it seems Eminem was able to put his pride aside and admit to his wrongs in the song titled"Bad Husband."
The former couple shares one daughter together, 22-year-old Hailie Jade Scott Mathers.
Eminem Headlines Several 2018 Festivals
Fans of the Missouri native will be happy to know that he is slated to perform at Coachella, Governors Ball, Bonnaroo, and Obos Oslo Sommertime Festival this year.
"Framed" is currently available to stream on YouTube and Revival is offered on iTunes and Tidal.