Published: Sun, November 12, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Eminem Drops New Song: 'Walk on Water,' Featuring Beyonce

Eminem Drops New Song: 'Walk on Water,' Featuring Beyonce

The Rick Rubin-produced track begins with Beyoncé singing over a sparse piano riff. "I walk on water but only when it freezes" simply explains he's human just like anyone else but makes sure anything he spit in his rap verses comes out beyond the usual.

In October, Eminem's longtime manager Paul Rosenberg posted an Instagram photo of him holding Shady Records artist Yelawolf's Trial By Fire album in front of a window with a huge, unsuspecting ad for something named Revival.

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Meanwhile, the new Eminem/Beyoncé collaboration has ignited a firestorm on Twitter. In "Walk on Water" he directs another jab at President Trump, following his recent and explosive cypher during the 2017 BET Hip-Hop Awards.

The Detroit rapper delivers a raw, stripped back performance in "Walk On Water" as Queen Bey slays some seriously angelic vocals that soften Em's rough edges.

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And fans took to social media to express their surprise as one follower wrote: 'I would have never thought in my wildest dreams that [they] would drop a song!'

The track is the first single from Eminem's upcoming ninth LP, rumoured to be titled Revival. The ad appeared to be for a drug called "Revival" and featured someone who appeared to be a doctor named "Trevor".

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Eminem will appear as a musical guest on the November 18 episode of "Saturday Night Live", hosted by Chance the Rapper.

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