Eminem Is Joined By Rap’s Rising Lyricists In “Doomsday Pt. 2” Music Video

Eminem shakes things up in the music video for “Doomsday Pt. 2,” which finds the rap legend wreaking havoc while joined by a handful of today’s esteemed lyricists.

Directed by Cole Bennett, the visual captures the self-proclaimed “Rap God” roaming the halls of an office as various lighting fixtures collapse and break. Clad in a black button shirt, yellow tie, and black and yellow Jordan IV’s, Em takes a quick peek from behind the curtain before emerging back into the the clip’s end.

Additional cameos are made by a list of mentees and collaborators of the 8 Mile legend, including Big Sean, Swae Lee, JID, Cordae, Babytron, Denzel Curry and more. The “Doomsday 2” music video was released on Wednesday (March 13), coinciding with the annual 313 Day celebration in Em’s hometown of Detroit.

Released in January as part of Lyrical Lemonade‘s All Is Yellow album, “Doomsday Pt. 2” finds Slim Shady taking aim at longtime nemesis Benzino, as he pokes fun at the rapper and former magazine owner’s physical features.

“Now I got a riddle, one condition, you mustn’t laugh/ What is the opposite of Benzino? A giraffe/ Go at his neck/ how the f**k is that?/ How can I go at somethin’ he doesn’t have?/ Arm so short he can’t even touch his hands,” the 51-year-old raps.

He then highlights the Boston native’s recent string of financial woes, rhyming, “Sorry, I don’t mean (What?) to upset you, Ben’/ When I talk about all the debt you in” among other jabs. Eminem’s mention of Benzino prompted the lyricist to fire back with a pair of diss records, first responding with “Vulturious” before continuing to lash out at the Grammy Award winner on “Rap Elvis.”

However, during an appearance on Drink Champs in February, Benzino, who appeared to be intoxicated, claimed to no longer have any ill will towards Eminem. “I don’t have nothing against Eminem. He can rap but I care about us more,” the 58-year-old said.

“I don’t want to talk about it no more. [Coi Leray] came into the industry figuring ‘I gotta be cool with Eminem because everybody is against my dad.’ I don’t hate Eminem. I don’t know him to hate him. I don’t hate white people tired of this sh*t, man. It’s just too much. I don’t want to be the bad guy…Eminem ain’t no bad person. He belongs in Hip-Hop. It’s a big racist problem in America right now, and Eminem could probably stop half of it.”

Watch Benzino’s Drink Champs interview below.