Eminem releases song 'Walk on Water' featuring Beyoncé

Eminem releases song 'Walk on Water' featuring Beyoncé

Variety reported that a Wednesday tweet from Eminem showed the song's title was written on a prescription note with a logo for "Revival", which is suspected to be the title of his upcoming album.

"I walk on water, but I ain't no Jesus", hums Beyoncé on the new Eminem single, "Walk on Water". The lyrics are boosted even further with the sound of paper being ripped off a notepad and being crumpled up and tossed away. Beyoncé's vocals appear on the chorus, echoing the same sentiment as Eminem, using "walk on water" as a metaphor for trying to make it through life trying to not disappoint people's outrageous expectations.

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"Every album, song, I was spazzing the f-k out on / And now I'm gettin' clowned and frowned on".

Meanwhile, the new Eminem/Beyoncé collaboration has ignited a firestorm on Twitter. When Kendrick Lamar asked his competition a year ago to "be humble, sit down", he probably didn't mean for Marshall Mathers to pen an entire track about being humble only to end it with a reminder to us all that he is also the guy who wrote "Stan".

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Eminem's manager Def Jam Recordings CEO Paul Rosenberg, added a pic to his Instagram on October 25 of him holding up a CD case, with said fake advertisement for the Revival drug on a billboard in the background. Dre song "I Need a Doctor", featuring Eminem and Skylar Grey. Then Reddit users, in their usual investigative ways, discovered there was no actual drug named Revival, and the ad was purchased by Interscope Records, Eminem's parent label.

While the release date hasn't been announced yet, fans suspect the rapper has new music planned for his Saturday Night Live performance scheduled for November 18.

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