Eminem debuts new song in 'The Equalizer' film trailer – listen

Rapper's collaboration with Sia soundtracks Denzel Washington film

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Eminem has debuted a new song in a film trailer.

The rapper's collaboration with singer Sia is used in the preview clip for Denzel Washington's new film The Equalizer. The pair previously worked together on the track 'Beautiful Pain' from Eminem's 2013 album 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2'.

Eminem also took to Twitter to reveal that the song had been released. To listen to the track, which finds Eminem crooning "It's too late to start over", scroll down to the bottom of the page and click.




Eminem is set to play two gigs at London's Wembley Stadium next month (July). The rapper will play two nights at the iconic venue on July 11-12, with Odd Future already confirmed as one of the support acts.

His last UK performance came in August 2013 when he headlined the Reading & Leeds Festivals.

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