Eminem and Rihanna release teaser clip for 'The Monster' video - watch

The single went to Number One in the Official UK Singles Chart in November 2013

Eminem and Rihanna have released a teaser clip for the video to their Number One single, 'The Monster'.

Click above to watch the 57 second long teaser for the track's official video. The song features on Eminem's most recent album, 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2', and topped the Official UK Singles Chart last month. In the clip we see Rihanna seemingly taking on the role of a psychiatrist, showing Eminem footage from his past, whilst the words 'Violence', 'Family' and 'Addiction' flash up on the screen.

Meanwhile, it was recently reported that Eminem's childhood home was demolished after being deemed unsafe following a fire. The home, which features on the cover of 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2', as well as its 2000 prequel, was owned by the Detroit rapper's mother between 1989 and 2003. On November 7 the property caught fire and was demolished on November 20 after officials at Michigan Land Bank, who own the property and land it sat on deemed the building "structurally unsafe".

"The condition of the property post-fire presents a safety hazard that the Land Bank is responsible for removing," Michigan Land Bank director Kim Homan said in a statement, via local news source MLive. "The goal is to demolish and clean up the site, so neighborhood safety and order can be restored."

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