Eminem Taps Beyonce For New Song "Walk On Water"

Danny Woods
November 11, 2017

The somber, self-deprecating song "Walk on Water (Featuring Beyoncé)" debuted via YouTube, VEVO and streaming services.

"Walk on Water" is driven by a Gospel-tinged chorus in which Beyonce sings of how Eminem - earlier the self-described "Rap God" - was deeply human.

After lending her vocals to a charity remix of J Balvin and Willy William's Mi Gente, Bey returned Friday with a feature on Eminem's surprise new single Walk on Water. The ad appeared to be for a drug called "Revival" and featured someone who appeared to be a doctor named "Trevor". Neither Eminem nor Beyoncé's team has commented on the fact that they released a single on the same day Taylor Swift's Reputation album hit streaming services.

Fans have been eagerly awaiting new music from the rapper, whose last studio album was "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" in 2013.

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Prior to hooking up with Beyonce for "Walk On Water", Eminem has enjoyed Top 10 singles in the past with the likes of Rihanna, Dr Dre, Sia, Akon and 50 Cent. "Walk on Water" reintroduces Beyoncé as a subdued singer instead of her than her larger-than-life Lemonade persona, which ignites a whole lot of feels.

After a month-long breadcrumb trail teasing a comeback, Eminem has finally put to rest the guessing game as to whether or not a Revival is in the works.

Eminem will be the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on November 18.

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