LISTEN: Eminem’s incendiary new track blasts white supremacy, racial profiling and police violence
Rapper Eminem’s new single “Untouchable” is an explosive indictment of U.S. white supremacy, police brutality and racial profiling.
The Michigan-born rapper demands to know why the U.S. is still racially segregated by neighborhoods, “Why is there black neighborhoods?/ ‘Cause America segregated us/ Designated us to an area/ Separated us/ Section-eight’d us.”
“Untouchable” is from the upcoming album “Revival,” which features guest appearances by Pink, Alicia Keys and Beyoncé. Earlier this year, Eminem — born Marshall Mathers — released a freestyle rap in which he declared “We f*cking hate Trump.”
Listen to the track, embedded below: