In case you hadn't heard, Eminem has a pretty big project dropping at the end of next week called Revival. The upcoming new material has caused quite the stir among music enthusiasts on the Internet, but Em may have wanted more than just an online frenzy to start. If pictures from last night are any indication, Slim Shady wanted to write the next chapter in his rap legacy on the skyline of his hometown.

In a video published to the emcee's Instagram page, a collection of both photos and video show that Eminem's Revival cover art may have bee teased in a big way - literally. Projected onto the sides of multiple buildings in the Detroit area, including Michigan Central Station, the typeface of the album's title that we've already seen several times in public was positioned in front of an American flag backdrop, giving the image a decidedly political edge to it. Check out the images and teaser clip shared by Eminem below.

Fans in the D who spotted the phenomenon were quick to share their experience on social media as well. Those who posted were quick to discern that this would indeed by the LP's cover art and, while that hasn't been confirmed by any official sources - namely Em or his team - it does seem likely that this is what will first meet our eyes when the physical copies of the record are made available to the public.

While you're waiting for Revival to drop, check out the long-form interview that the rapper conducted with close friend and rock legend Elton John, as part of his appearance in Interview magazine.