"Godzilla" appears on Eminem's 11th studio album, "Music to be Murdered By," which he dropped this past January.
The veteran rapper continues to promote his latest opus with the newly-released accompanying visual for "Godzilla," which was helmed by American filmmaker and founder of Lyrical Lemonade Cole Bennett.
The video is notably dedicated to late rapper Juice WRLD, who collaborated with Slim Shady for the hook of "Godzilla" before his passing from an accidental drug overdose in December 2019.
The cinematic clip follows Eminem as he experiences alcohol-fueled hallucinations in a large warehouse store, in which the rapper unleashes his inner "Godzilla."
"You get in my way, I'ma feed you to the monster / I'm normal during the day, but at night, turn to a monster/ When the moon shines like Ice Road Truckers/ I look like a villain outta those blockbusters," he raps along with Juice WRLD in the chorus.
The visual also includes cameo appearances by Dr. Dre and former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, who is seen punching Eminem in the face before paying him a visit at the hospital.
Ahead of the release of the video, the musician invited fans to participate in the "Godzilla Challenge" to see if they could replicate his impressive 224-word and 31-second long verse from the song.
Eminem took fans by surprise this past January when he dropped the much-anticipated follow-up to 2018's "Kamikaze," which quickly became his tenth No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200.
Despite its commercial success, "Music to Be Murdered By" attracted criticism for its controversial subject matter, with Manchester mayor Andy Burnham condemning Eminem for a line in "Unaccommodating" that references the 2017 bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in the British city.
"This album was not made for the squeamish. If you are easily offended or unnerved at the screams of bloody murder, this may not be the collection for you. Certain selections have been designed to shock the conscience, which may cause positive action. Unfortunately, darkness has truly fallen upon us," the rapper wrote in an open letter posted to his Instagram account, urging fans to "listen more closely."
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