Eminem Tackles Racism On New Track 'Untouchable'
    • FRIDAY, DECEMBER 08, 2017

    • Posted by: Maddie Brown


    Eminem has shared the new song "Untouchable," off of his upcoming album Revival. It's a powerful track about racial injustice, white privilege, and police brutality. Switching points of view in the verses, Eminem references the Black Lives Matter movement, Freddie Grey, and Rodney King. He raps, "Seems like an average lifespan of a white man / Is more than twice than a black life span / I wonder sometimes if it has a price scanner / I feel like checking out on life, can't escape this circumstance."

    Revival is out December 15th, and features the Beyoncé collaboration "Walk on Water," as well as tracks with Ed Sheeran, Alicia Keys, P!nk, and more.


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