Eminem drops surprise album, advocates changes to gun laws


These bars are only meant for the sharpest knives in the drawer #MusicToBeMurderedBy https://t.co/q4TAFJUVGV pic.twitter.com/qA9A3LiYYI
— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) January 17, 2020
“When will this end? The follow-up to 2018′s Kamikaze — also released without warning — was announced on Twitter just after midnight. history. The cover art features blood spatter and a bearded Eminem clad in a suit and fedora and holding a shovel. Follow us on Telegram for the latest Entertainment news
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Music to Be Murdered By is Eminem’s 11th studio album, according to his website. and an appeal to register to vote. The lyrics and storyline of the video specifically allude to the 2017 mass shooting at a music festival in Las Vegas that left 58 people dead, making it the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. When enough people care,” reads the text at the end of the video. An alternate cover features the same splatter, with a now hatless Eminem holding both a hatchet and a gun to his head in an homage to Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 album of the same name: “Inspired by the master, Uncle Alfred!” Eminem tweeted. The Detroit rapper’s new music video for Darkness, one of the album’s 20 tracks, depicts a shooting at a concert. Among many collaborators, the album features Ed Sheeran, Skylar Grey, Anderson .Paak and Juice WRLD, the 21-year-old rapper who died in December. Music to Be Murdered By is Eminem’s 11th studio album, according to his website. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)
Rapper Eminem once again dropped a surprise album, releasing Music to Be Murdered By on Friday — along with a video that calls for changes to gun laws. It closes with audio and video footage of news broadcasts from other recent mass shooting around the U.S. Make your voice heard and help change gun laws in America.”
A link to the music video on Eminem’s website encourages viewers to contact or visit several gun violence prevention organizations, including Everytown for Gun Safety and Sandy Hook Promise.