Eminem drops tense trailer for ‘Good Guy’ music video

The visuals for the 'Kamikaze' track are set to go live tomorrow

Eminem has released a new – and very tense – trailer for his upcoming ‘Good Guy’ music video.

The clip for the ‘Kamikaze’ track, which features Jessie Reyez, is set to be released tomorrow at 12pm EST (December 7). It’ll be the fourth video to emerge from ‘Kamikaze’.

Eminem shared the teaser video on his Twitter in the early hours of this morning (December 6). Opening with Reyez seemingly escaping from being buried alive, the clip then cuts to her and a hooded man tensely staring each other down in a kitchen. Reyez is then seen reaching for a knife – but the clips ends at that dramatic moment.

Watch the trailer for Eminem’s video for ‘Good Guy’ below.

The video for ‘Good Guy’ follows three months on from the post-apocalyptic visuals for ‘Lucky You’. That clip saw Eminem star alongside Joyner Lucas, who contributed guest vocals to the track.

Earlier this week, a mother of one of the victims of the 2017 Manchester Arena bomb attack criticised Eminem for a section of his latest freestyle ‘Kick Off’.

The controversial part of the track has the rapper stating: “Like an Islamic regime, a jihadist extreme radical / Suicide bomber that’s seeing / Ariana Grande sing her last song of the evening / And as the audience from the damn concert is leaving / Detonates the device strapped to his abdominal region/ I’m not gonna finish that for obvious reasons.”