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Much to the delight of fans all over the world, “Walk on Water,” Eminem’s lead single for his ninth studio album “Revival,” did not disappoint after being released last month.
In collaboration with another music royalty, Beyonce Knowles-Carter, the melodic song’s official music video, is set to debut in the coming days.
Just to keep his loyal fans on their heels, Marshall Mathers posted a 30-second teaser of the music video on his Twitter account, which is quickly becoming viral online.
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“Can’t wait to share this,” he wrote.
Can’t wait to share this pic.twitter.com/hDbpUb8BnJ— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) December 20, 2017
The scene opens with the “Rap God” singer using a classic typewriter, with what appears to be several clones of himself doing the same thing behind him.
The footage is reminiscent of Eminem’s now infamous music video “The Real Slim Shady” in 2000, which also featured multiple lookalikes of the Grammy Award winner and which remains as one of his most popular clips today.
It remains unclear when the full video will be out.