Eminem‘s revered 2002 single “Without Me” has surpassed 1 billion views on YouTube, and the rapper and his team are celebrating the milestone by sharing a high-definition remaster of the music video.
The GRAMMY-winning visual mainly features the rapper and Dr. Dre as superheroes trying to stop a young boy from listening to The Eminem Show due to the parental advisory sticker. While he’s busy “saving the day,” Eminem fires shots at those who are criticizing him, including the FCC and Dick and Lynne Cheney, saying that their lives are basically meaningless without the rapper’s controversial takes.
The Eminem Show dropped in May 2002, debuting and staying at No. 1 for five straight weeks. It became the best-selling album both in the United States and worldwide that year, was nominated for Album of the Year and won Best Rap Album and Best Music Video at the 2003 GRAMMYs.
Watch Eminem’s “Without Me” visual above.
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