Venom opened in theatres today and to celebrates its release, Eminem dropped an awesome new music video for his Kamikaze song Venom, which shows Shady slowly being possessed by the symbiote.
Venom is now officially the third track off the Detroit rapper’s tenth studio album to get a music video, the first two being Fall and Lucky You.
Watch the video below:
So, what did you think of the Eminem‘s latest video? Are you planning on seeing Venom in theatres? Let us know in the comments below.
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The Most Expensive Music Videos Ever Made
15. Backstreet Boys – “Larger Than Life” (1999)
When putting together the music video for their hit song “Larger Than Life,” the Backstreet Boys had some pretty big ideas involving a futuristic space setting. And with the help of director Joseph Kahn, as well as over $2 million, they realized that vision in a big way. “Larger Than Life” is essentially the Star Wars of music videos, featuring every sort of science fiction cliche you can imagine, from cryogenic sleep chambers and cybernetic appendages to elaborate mech costumes and laser-filled space combat. Hell, just that one shot of Brian Littrell doing a flip on a hoverboard cost $90,000. We don’t even want to think about how expensive Nick Carter’s breakdancing robots were.