Eminem is back with a new song and video, and like his past videos, he's not afraid to air out his private life to the entire world. That's exactly what he does in his new video, "When I'm Gone."
According to MTV News, in his new video, Em addresses his recent stint in rehab for his dependency on sleep medication. The opening scene of the video is set in a large room that resembles a Narcotics Anonymous meeting, where adults are gathered around a man speaking at a podium. After the man gets his problems off his chest, he asks if anyone would like to share their story, that's when Em gets up and walks to the podium and says "My name is Marshall."
The rest of the video illustrates other lyrics from the track, including a description of his daughter, Hailie, trying to block the door to keep Eminem from leaving to go on tour.
The new video, which is scheduled to premiere on MTV's "TRL" today, is the first single from Em's forthcoming greatest hits set, entitled Curtain Call.
Although the final tracklisting is not confirmed, "My Name Is," "The Way I Am," "Lose Yourself" and "Stan" will be included on the album, as well as two all-new, previously unavailable songs.
Curtain Call is slated for release December 6.