After teasing it recently Eminem drops the music video for 'Berzerk' the first song from his upcoming 'Marshall Mathers LP 2'

The video finds Em standing in front of that distinctive boombox that has become a focal point for the marketing campaign of his upcoming album. It features cameo appearances from producer Rick Rubin, who made the beat for 'Berzerk,' all four members of Slaughterhouse, and Kendrick Lamar.

In the video, Rubin walks around barefoot, as he has become known to do. Meanwhile, Kendrick's cameo is amusing, as the Compton native comes out of nowhere to push Em out of the frame.

Eminem premiered a snippet of the video during the halftime show of the ESPN Saturday Night Football game between Michigan and Notre Dame. The Detroit native traveled out to Ann Arbor to appear live in the booth, where he made bizarre facial expressions throughout in an interview that was nothing short of awkward.

'Berzerk' is the lead single off 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2,' the sequel to the classic studio album he released in 2000. The album, executive produced by Rubin and Dr. Dre, will be released November 5th.