Eminem’s Revival artwork and new single, Untouchable

Eminem has shared the artwork for his Revival album, along with a new single, titled “Untouchable.”

For Eminem’s new single, although the beat selection is foul, Eminem’s message should be pointed out. Eminem compares races–white to black–pointing out the hardships of the black life.

With all said previously, Eminem hits the mark with getting his point across, but fails to execute and connect with the listener.

Black boy, black boy, we ain’t gonna lie to you
Black boy, black boy, we don’t like the sight of you
Pull up on the side of you
Window rolled down, profiled
And then we wonder why we see this side of you

Six minutes of Eminem showing that there is no writer’s block and ability to get his points off. “Untouchable” feeds off of the cypher he did during the 2017 BET Hip-Hop Awards. A lot to take in. Listen as you read the lyrics on Genius.

Eminem Shares 'Revival' Artwork and new "Untouchable' Single

Check out the single below.

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