Eminem gets bloody in the music video for his latest single “Framed.” The clip features the rapper playing a recently escaped asylum patient, who hides out from the cops in a house with murder victims. Though he tries to maintain his innocence, he eventually confesses to a police officer who hypnotizes him. It ends with him returning to the asylum and being sedated. It plays out similar to his “3 a.m.” video, which also features the rapper as a psycho killer. Check out the video below.
Eminem teased the video release last week with a trailer showing stills from the clip. The track comes from his latest album, Revival, which was released last November. The record has spawned the hit singled “Walk on Water” featuring Beyonce and “River” featuring Ed Sheeran.
Over the weekend, the rapper trolled fans for April Fool’s Day by announcing a new collaboration with M&M’s. “Been looking forward to this collab for some time,” he said on Instagram and posted a photo featuring white M&M featuring his signature “E” logo. “Em & M’s! White chocolate- in stores now! #candyshop#fackingdelicious.”
Last month, Eminem recorded and released a new version of the Revival track “Nowhere Fast” featuring Kehlani that has a new verse calling out the NRA. The verse features biting criticism:
“Sandy Hook, Stoneman Douglas
Another lone-wolf gunman
Sometimes I don’t know what this
World has come to, it’s blowin’ up
And this whole country is goin’ nuts
And the NRA is in our way”
Listen to the expanded version here.