Eminem’s latest album features several high-profile collaborations, but one of them carries more weight than others. “Godzilla” is one of the last tracks recorded by the late rapper Juice WRLD, and it finally has an epic music video it deserves.
Cole Bennett, who directed several of Juice WRLD’s videos, joined forces with Eminem and paid homage to the “Lucid Dreams” singer at the very end of the video, with cue cards that thanked him “for changing the wrld” and promised he’ll be loved and remembered forever.
The “Godzilla” video racked up 13 million views on YouTube in the first 24 hours, and the fact that Eminem had several other superstars by his side didn’t hurt his chances. Mike Tyson and Dr. Dre agreed to make surprise appearances in the rapper’s latest video.
“Godzilla” was featured on Eminem’s new album Music to Be Murdered By, and it was a huge hit long before this video was released. It became a viral sensation thanks to the “Godzilla Challenge” and reached no. 3 at the Billboard Hot 100 chart.