"I feel like I wanna punch the world in the fuckin' face right now", Em confesses during the album's first 20 seconds.
In what can only be called an incredibly on-brand moment, Eminem has come under fire for homophobic slurs in a new diss track. But now that I know, it makes complete sense as to why so often you hear a verse or a guest bridge on a tune that seems really... unnatural.More news: Trump Announces Pay Increase Freeze for Federal Employees
"Get this fuckin' audio out my audio, adios/I can see why people like Lil Yachty, but not me though/Not even dissin', it just ain't for me/All I am simply is just an MC", he raps.
In a 2013 interview with Rolling Stone, Eminem defending using the slur following fallout over its inclusion in tracks like "Rap God". "I empathise with the people this evil serpent sold the dream to that he's deserted".More news: Sadiq Khan: Londoners welcome to look at bikini-clad blimp of me
Eminem does take a break from rapping about cheating exes to turn his sights on his peers.
The album, which features artwork not dissimilar to Beastie Boys' 1986 album Licensed to Ill, has been largely met with a positive response from fans on social media. The album also includes Eminem's track from upcoming Marvel villain movie "Venom", starring Tom Hardy.More news: Lakers waive F Luol Deng midway through $72 million deal
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