Eminem admits his frustration with his recent critics..
What a surprise it was last week to wake up to a brand new Eminem studio album. Kamikaze came out of nowhere with Eminem breaking his silence about his opinion on all his critics these past few albums spawned. Kamikaze is a 13-track album full of salty punchlines and reflective bars that we love to hear from Em. It's quite clear that Marshall is salty from the past responses of his most recent albums, declaring himself the obvious best rapper out here doing it. Again with minimal features, Eminem enlists Canadian singer Jessie Reyez, Royce Da 5'9", Joyner Lucas and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon. Lyrically all of Eminem's albums have been packed with creative and complex rhymes, but this one seems to be the most cohesive and rap oriented, which I think makes it easier to bump. One of the best tracks is the controversial Justin Vernon-assisted track, "Fall." As controversial as the content is on the song, it was met with further controversy when Justin Vernon announced he wanted to separate himself from the track due to the general message he didn't agree or associate with. Nonetheless, this album is dope and "Fall" is a rare collaboration with two of the best. Now letting the album breathe for a few days after its release on August 31st, Eminem shares his visuals to "Fall," which you can check out below.
Find several of the tracks off Kamikaze on our City Soundcheck playlist via Spotify.