Fresh off the release of what is suspected will be the no. 1 album in the country, Revival, Eminem has now teased the video for the lead single from the project, "Walk On Water."

The song features Beyoncé, as the two reflect on the price of fame, and lament the time they spend wallowing in doubt and questioning their artistry and creativity in a world where social media reigns supreme.

The teaser video features dozens of Marshalls trying to write a rhyme, playing on the lyric from the song:  "Now take your best rhyme, outdo it, now do it a thousand times." It doesn't not, however, look as though Beyoncé will make an appearance in the video, at least from the glimpses the teaser provides.

Meanwhile, it's rumored that Bey and Em will pair up again, in some capacity at least, at Coachella 2018. Speculation spread yesterday that they'll also be joined by The Weeknd as headliners for the festival next year.

As for Eminem, as aforementioned, Revival is expected to be the no. 1 album in the country. The project, which dropped on Dec. 15, is expected to move to move 250,000 to 260,000 units (sale plus streaming) with 180,000 to 190,000 coming in pure album sales. The final tallies will be released on Dec. 25. The album is packed with interesting collaborations, namely from pop singers. Among the guests appearing on the LP are rising rapper Phresher, R&B sensation Kehlani, singer-pianist Alicia Keys, singer-songwriter Skylar Grey and pop superstars Pink and Ed Sheeran.

Check out the teaser video for "Walk on Water" above.



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