All

Watch Eminem’s ‘Berzerk’ Video Featuring Kendrick Lamar and Rick Rubin

View Comments
Scott T. Sterling
Scott T. Sterling Scott is the rock associate producer for Radio.com....
Read More
More Hip-Hop/R&B News

beyonce 140 Watch Eminems Berzerk Video Featuring Kendrick Lamar and Rick RubinBeyoncé Causes Controversy with Challenger Explosion Sample on ‘XO’


jhene aiko 140 Watch Eminems Berzerk Video Featuring Kendrick Lamar and Rick RubinJhené Aiko, a Star On Her Own Terms — With a Little Help From Drake


nicki minaj 140 Watch Eminems Berzerk Video Featuring Kendrick Lamar and Rick RubinNicki Minaj, Drake, Migos: Three Brand New Songs to Put on Your Playlist


radioCom_headlines-all-button


Radio Stations

bestof2013sofar dl 625 r2 Watch Eminems Berzerk Video Featuring Kendrick Lamar and Rick RubinBEST OF 2013 (SO FAR)


ooocarousel 150x150 radio 100 ash Watch Eminems Berzerk Video Featuring Kendrick Lamar and Rick RubinRADIO.COM 100


Videos

310x310-radioEssentials_profilesARTIST PROFILES

YT Button[2]RADIO.COM CHANNEL

 

After teasing the clip with a wild-eyed interview on this past weekend’s Saturday Night Football, Eminem has debuted the full-length music video for “Berzerk,” the lead single from the rapper’s highly anticipated album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2.

The video features a decidedly retro feel, with Eminem joined by “Berzerk” producer, Rick Rubin, who mugs for the camera throughout the clip in front of a giant boom-box stereo. Rapper Kendrick Lamar pops up for a cameo appearance, as do members of hip-hop super-group Slaughterhouse, mostly notably fellow Detroiter and long-time Eminem associate, Royce da 5’9.”

Related: 5 Directions Eminem Could Go With The Marshall Mathers LP 2

Shots of Eminem (sporting classic Detroit Pistons gear) are cut with random clips of people and old-school video shots of rocker Billy Squier performing his 1981 hit “The Stroke,” which is sampled prominently throughout “Berzerk.”

Detroit rock hero Kid Rock literally jumps into the clip for a quick appearance, with Eminem referencing Rock’s 1999 smash, “Bawitdaba,” in the new song’s lyrics.

“It’s kind of a revisit to the first Marshall Mathers LP, that’s pretty much all I can probably say about,” Eminem said during the aforementioned interview on Saturday Night Football, comparing the new album to his beloved 2000 full-length that featured hits like “Stand” and “The Real Slim Shady.” Fans will decide for themselves with the album is released on Nov. 9.

View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus