Eminem’s newest single, “Houdini,” is quite the family affair, drawing fans back to his Slim Shady days with its nostalgic beats and familiar faces.

The music video for “Houdini” is loaded with appearances from big names like Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, and comedian Pete Davidson. But it’s Eminem’s three children who steal the show, especially when the rapper calls them “brats” in the lyrics. Rather than taking offense, they make a guest appearance, showing they’re in on the joke.

Eminem’s 31-year-old adopted daughter, Alaina, added her own twist to the fun. She dropped four middle finger emojis on Em’s Instagram post announcing the single. In any other context, this might seem hostile, but here, it’s just hilarious. It’s a playful jab that had rap fans buzzing all weekend.

It’s not just his own family that’s keeping Eminem in the spotlight. R&B star SZA surprised everyone with a cover of his legendary track, “Lose Yourself,” which went viral almost immediately. It’s clear that Eminem continues to enjoy a robust following among both fans and fellow artists in 2024.

Eminem is also gearing up for the release of his first new album since 2020. Titled “The Death Of Slim Shady (Coup De Grace),” the album is generating a lot of anticipation, although an official release date has yet to be confirmed.

Eminem’s “Houdini” single and its music video have certainly made waves, from playful family jabs to surprise covers by other artists. All eyes are now on his upcoming album, “The Death Of Slim Shady (Coup De Grace),” as fans eagerly await more from the rap legend.

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