Eminem Drops Track For Tom Hardy's Forthcoming 'Venom' Movie
Eminem has dropped a track for the highly-anticipated new Marvel movie, Venom.
Knock knock, let the devil in... @VenomMovie October 5! - Hit the link for the track now - https://t.co/7LSZT4eHLN pic.twitter.com/idbXcFW4cm
- Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) September 21, 2018
"Knock knock, let the devil in... @VenomMovie October 5!," he wrote on Twitter, urging his followers to hit the link he'd included.
We found out that the rapper had a track on the film when he release new album Kamikaze, on which it also features, last month.
Sony Pictures then released a new TV sport for the forthcoming film feauturing the original song.
Kamikaze features 13 tracks and features guest appearances from Royce Da 5'9 and Jessie Reyez. Elsewhere, Kendrick Lamar is credited as writer on 'Greater', and Justin Vernon from Bon Iver is also credited on the track 'Fall'.
Two tracks are skits, clocking in at just under a minute long and playing out as voicemails left between the rapper and his manager Paul Rosenberg.
In one Rosenberg tells Eminem he has listened to the new album and ask: "Are you really going just to deride everybody who, you don't like what they have to say about you or the stuff you're working on?
"I don't know if that's really a great idea - it's like, what's next? Kamikaze 2, the album where you reply to everybody who didn't like the album that you made replying to everybody that didn't like the previous album? It's a slippery slope, I don't know if it's really a good idea."
Other topics the rapper covers include the Grammys, the press - who he has a dig at for slating Revival - and, of course, President Donald Trump.