Eminem Raps About Race In New ‘Revival’ Song “Untouchable”: Listen

The rapper still has so much more to say, and he scratches the surface on new track, “Untouchable.”

Eminem unleashed a new track off his forthcoming album, Revival.

Em made headlines a few weeks ago for his politically-charged cipher attacking Donald Trump. The rapper still has so much more to say, and he scratches the surface on new track, “Untouchable.”

In the new six-minute track, Em raps about the Black Lives Matter, institutional racism, police brutality and Colin Kaepernick. “Black boy, black boy, we ain’t gonna lie to you / Black boy, black boy, we don’t like the sight of you,” he raps. As Uproxx points out, Em raps from the perspective of a privileged racist white man “who remain[s] unbothered by police and free of the metaphorical shackles placed on the wrists of black people in America.”



“Untouchable” follows “Walk On Water” featuring Beyonce. Revival also features collaborations from P!nk, Ed Sheeran, Alicia Keys, Kehlani and more. See the entire tracklist here. The album cover also dropped today – see that here.

Listen to “Untouchable” below:



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