Eminem teases menacing 'Framed' video

Eminem teases menacing 'Framed' video

Watch the trailer for Eminem's new video, 'Framed'.


Eminem is gearing up for the release of a brand new video.

The rapper shared the trailer for his upcoming video, 'Framed, on Wednesday. 

"I was fraaaaaaamed," he captioned an Instagram post.

The video starts with a TV reporter revealing that Eminem has escaped from an asylum. 

"It's been a terrifying two weeks in the city of Detroit after Marshall Mathers, professionally known as Eminem, escaped from an asylum," reporter Stan Dresden says. 

The news bulletin includes images from a murder scene and shows Eminem sitting in a living room with a lifeless body nearby. 

'Framed' is off the 45-year-old's ninth studio album, 'Revival'. 

It follows hits such as 'Walk on Water' featuring Beyonce, and 'River' featuring Ed Sheeran - which is currently at number 26 on the Coca-Cola Top 40.

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I was fraaaaaaamed #REVIVAL

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Eminem also released an extended version of his song, 'Nowhere Fast' featuring Kehlani, this week. 

"Sometimes I don’t know what this world has come to it's blowin’ up and / this whole country is goin’ nuts," he wrote on Instagram.

The song addresses gun violence in America. 

"Sandy Hook, Stoneman Douglas, another lone wolf gunman/ Sometimes I don't know what this world has come to/ It's blowin' up," he raps on the song. 

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