Eminem has finally released a music video for his 2009 hit “Crack a Bottle” on Monday (August 1).
The track was originally released as the lead single for Eminem’s sixth studio album, rest, And it features Dr. Dre and 50 Cent, although the rapper doesn’t appear in the video. “Crack a Bottle” and the album both reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard 200 charts that year.
Eminem began the gruesome track, saying, “Oh, ladies and gentlemen / The moment you’ve all been waiting for / In this corner, weighing 175 pounds / With a record of 17 rapes, 400 assaults and four murders / Undisputed, the most The evil villain in the world / Slim Shady!
The “Crack a Bottle” scene opens with a homeless woman in what appears to be an altered state holding a bottle of wine that eventually opens to reveal her little world. It’s full of a man writing on the walls while another is perched on a chair, people getting tattooed in a smoky parlor, and being bullied.
The music video comes nearly six months after the trio gave a Super Bowl performance with Mary J Blige, Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg. This comes less than two months after Eminem and Snoop Dogg jointly released their track “From the D2 the LBC”.
M’s second collection of greatest hits ready to drop curtain call 2 – on Friday (August 5).
Watch Eminem, Dr. Dre and 50 Cent’s “Crack a Bottle” music video below:
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Reference from www.billboard.com