After all this time of waiting for a response or diss track towards Nick Cannon, Slim Shady surprised us again. Nobody saw it coming and now the music industry is going crazy on what Eminem has to say regarding his latest album.

Eminem And Gun Control

Unapologetic, controversial, but nevertheless a work of art. These are some of the words best described Eminem’s Music To Be Murdered By album. Ever since he shocked the industry with “Kamikaze”, Eminem then went on to take a far different scope. It is no secret that he is considered as one of the greatest MC’s in history and he can gabbed with the best of them.

However, he is criticized for the inability of not being able to perform any song at a slow pace. Not until he unleashed what is now tagged as his masterpiece.

To start with, his new album is an allusion to Alfred Hitchcock. For those who aren’t familiar, “Uncle Alfred” is a renowned filmmaker and known as “The Master of Suspense”. Apart from being lyrically inclined, Em is keen to detail. With that said, even prior to the release of his new album, the Rap God is already prepared for any backlash. The album consists of 20 powerful songs with collaboration from different artists such as Royce Da 5’9, Skylar Grey, Juice WRLD and recently married Ed Sheeran. After a few hours, releasing the album, “Music To Be Murdered By” is now #1 on US iTunes Sales chart.

"Darkness" Reigns

The first song unveiled on his masterpiece is titled “Darkness”. The way he started and ended the song was mind boggling, but a wake up call to gun control. Puns aside, Eminem murdered the writing process of “Darkness” and it seems that every line has a double entendre. The enigmatic rapper knows that he has a platform and leverage thus sharing subliminal thoughts about the said issue.

The song indeed has an eerie feeling as if he was the one who went on a shooting spree. The video of the song is a reenactment of the infamous Las Vegas shooting that happened last 2017. It was a nightmare wherein in 58 people were killed and 413 wounded.

The rhyme scheme and the way he visualized his point of view even made it crazier.

It is one song coined into two parallel stories. It seems like every time Eminem opens his mouth, he sheds light on the ongoing issue that is now getting bigger in the country. After the song ended, it showed stack of old CRT TV’s showing multiple gun violence that happened all over the years. What is hunting is the question that was posted on the video, “When will this end? When enough people care”.

This is just 1 out of 20 songs on his new album and the music world is already bewildered. There are a myriad of web magazine calling him out due to the line that he made on his “Unaccommodating” single stating, “I’m contemplating yelling bombs away on the game like I’m outside an Ariana Grande concert.”