Eminem's music video for "Venom" will coincide with the film's release.
In late August, Eminem came out of the blue with his latest album, Kamikaze which served as a follow-up to 2017's Revival. The project was one of Em's strongest in years. The rapper closed out of the project with his official single that he recorded for the forthcoming film, Venom which is due out this Friday. To coincide with the film's release, Eminem announced that he's releasing the official music video for the song.
Eminem took to Twitter to share the official teaser for the "Venom" music video. The short trailer finds a man walking down the street before stumbling upon a beat-up CD case. The guy picks up the CD, puts it in his bag then catches his bus in the nick of time. However, once he sits on the bus is when his transformation starts.
Eminem initially hinted at his involvement on the "Venom" soundtrack mere hours before he unleashed his latest album. The rapper used the "Venom" song as the outro to his album. Eminem also confirmed that the next single off of his forthcoming project will also be "Venom."
Aside from his contributions to the Venom soundtrack, Eminem recently landed his 20th top 10 single on the Billboard Hot 100 with his MGK diss track "KILLSHOT," tying him with Lil Wayne with third most top 10 singles among rappers.