With the release of Eminem’s anticipated Revival album a week away, the rapper delivers another new song off the album. On Friday (Dec. 8), he dropped on a new album cut called “Untouchable”.
On it, Eminem tackles racial inequality and white privilege on the Mr. Porter production.
“White boy, white boy / You’re untouchable / Nobody can tell me sh*t ’cause I’m a…,” he raps.
Elsewhere, Em references Colin Kaepernick and Rodney King. “Throughout history, African Americans have been treated like sh*t and I admit, there have been times when it has been embarrassing to be a white boy,” he raps.
“Untouchable” follows the release of the album’s first single, the Beyonce-assisted “Walk On Water”.
Revival also features appearances from Ed Sheeran (“River”), Alicia Keys (“Like Home”), X Ambassadors (“Bad Husband”), Skylar Grey (“Tragic Endings”), Kehlani (“Nowhere Fast”), Pink (“Need Me”), and PHresher (“Chloraseptic”). It’s slated to drop Dec. 15.