Hip-hop superstar Eminem is back on the music scene in style to the delight of his loyal fans everywhere and the ‘Not Afraid’ rapper released his latest music video for ‘Rap God’. After showcasing a teaser just a couple of days ago, Eminem premiered the music video for the new single in full on November 27, 2013.

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The six-minute video for ‘Rap God’ features the ‘Lose Yourself’ rapper dressed in a black suit while rapping and taking on a role of Max Headroom, the first-ever computer-generated TV host. In the video, Eminem can also be seen moving through portals, which resembles a real-life version of the video game ‘Portal’. The rap icon’s latest video ends with Eminem – who is wearing a gray hoodie and a backpack – asking, “Why be a king when you can be a God?”

The ‘Rap God’ video has been directed by Rich Lee and was shot in Detroit, at the Russell Industrial Center. Lee previously worked with Eminem on music videos for ‘Not Afraid’ and ‘Lighters’. In addition to ‘Rap God’, Eminem is set to release another video very soon, as he is currently filming ‘The Monster’ with pop princess Rihanna.

Here is the official ‘Rap God’ video:

Photo Credits: NME

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