Eminem's upcoming video features soldiers, a cage, a therapist and a look back on Marshall Mathers' best and worst moments - and that's just the promo.
Eminem has just released a teaser for his upcoming video with Rihanna, Monster, and it’s… well, it’s intense. Judging from the 56-second clip, this is going to be another introspective video by the rapper, where he takes a look back at his life and career with the help of RiRi as a sexy therapist.
Eminem has joined forces with RiRi on what looks to be a very dark video.
The video opens with aMr Mathers watching a playback of his life in a darkened room to the sound of a metronome and a Newton’s cradle. It’s a therapist’s office presumably and Rihanna soon steps in as that the therapist – a rather elegant one at that, sporting vampy red lips and a sleek bob. As she observes Eminem (she even has a yellow notepad and everything), the TV flashes frames alluding to his family issues, battles with drug addiction (the rapper entered rehab in 2005), etc. etc.
Cut to a whole different scene – there’s a cage in a desert landscape, guarded by a couple of soldiers, armed with machine guns. The word “Monster” flashes across the screen and the frane cuts to a creepy angle from inside the box, while one of the gunmen points directly at its contents. This leaves us to ponder the age old question: what’s in the box? That’s one way to build anticipation for the full video. There's no official release date yet, but we can probably expect the full video sometime next week.
Coming soon. pic.twitter.com/xA07KxWtIt— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) December 12, 2013
There's half of a great satire here, as Seth Rogen, James Franco and Evan Goldberg...
This lively and engaging documentary may be set out like an informercial, but it teaches...