Eminem Unleashes Controversial New Single ‘Untouchable’ & Fans Are Split

8 December 2017, 10:26 | Updated: 8 December 2017, 10:31

Eminem - Untouchable (Audio)


Eminem hasn't held back!

Ahead of his new album ‘Revival’, Eminem has unleashed a new single called ‘Untouchable’.

The rapper has unleashed a heavily racial and politically-charged track, filled with references to America’s racial inequality and white privilege. 

“White boy, white boy / You’re untouchable,” he raps over the rock-inspired Mr Porter production. “Nobody can tell me sh*t ’cause I’m a white boy.”

He then addresses segregation and discrimination in the US and makes a reference to black-balled NFL player Colin Kaepernick.

“Throughout history, African Americans have been treated like shit and I admit, there have been times when it has been embarrassing to be a white boy,” raps Eminem.

Fans have given their opinions:

Meanwhile, Eminem also used the opportunity to released the artwork for his highly-anticipated new album ‘Revival’. 


A post shared by Marshall Mathers (@eminem) onDec 7, 2017 at 9:04pm PST

The image features a picture of Eminem with his head in his hands, with a the US flag over the top. 

The rapper’s new album will feature appearances from Ed Sheeran, Alicia Keys, X Ambassadors , Skylar Grey, Kehlani, Pink, and PHresher.

Speaking to Interview Magazine, Eminem gave fans a brief insight about what to expect on ‘Revival’.

“It’s a reflection of where I’m at right now, but also I feel like what I tried to do was diversify,” he said. “I’ve tried to make a little something for everyone.”

Eminem’s new album ‘Revival’ is set for release on 15th December.

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