Eminem drops surprise single Campaign Speech
Eminem has surprised fans with the release of eight-minute track 'Campaign Speech'.
The 'Lose Yourself' rapper - real name Marshall Mathers - uploaded the politically-charged anthem onto YouTube on Wednesday afternoon (19.10.16) and it has already reached over three million views.
Marshall, 44, has also teased his 20.8 million Twitter followers that he is working on a new record.
Sharing a link to the song, he wrote: "Don't worry I'm working an album! Here's something in the meanwhile (sic)"
The Detroit-based rapper recently returned to the stage when he joined 'Views' rapper Drake on stage in Detroit, Michigan.
The pair put to bed rumours there is a feud between them after he appeared on stage with the 'One Dance' hitmaker in August.
The 29-year-old singer teased the crowd that there would be a guest appearance during his performance.
He told said: "Do you think we'll be able to look back and say, 'Do you remember that one night in Detroit?'"
Eminem then graced the stage entering through a trap door for his third appearance in concert in eight months, which saw Drake bow to the 'Love The Way You Lie' artist several times .
On Eminem's arrival, Drake introduced the star, saying: "Make some noise for the greatest rapper to ever get on a microphone."
And Eminem admitted it was an "honour" to be standing next to Drake and performing with the musician.
He said: "It's an honour to share the stage with this man right here."
Eminem's last studio release was 2013's 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2' and he released 'Phenomenal' for the movie 'Southpaw' in 2015.