A new track off Eminem’s forthcoming studio album “Revival” dropped early Friday, and this one’s all about police brutality against black Americans.
“Black boy, black boy, we ain’t gonna lie to you,” the song, “Untouchable” starts. “Black boy, black boy, we don’t like the sight of you.” Throughout the song, he references the death of Freddie Gray, Rodney King and Colin Kaepernick’s protests that have rocked the NFL this year.
Eminem juxtaposes those issues with a chorus that goes “white boy, white boy, you’re a rockstar… white boy, white, in you’re cop car… white boy, white boy, you’re untouchable.”
The new track comes after a collaboration with Beyoncé for “Walk on Water”–which is all about dealing with fame and the pressure to come off as perfect to fans — and a provoking freestyle dissing Donald Trump at the BET Awards back in October called “The Storm.”
Listen to “Untouchable” above.