Watch Ed Sheeran do some moody acting in Eminem’s music video for ‘River’

The collaboration is from Eminem's latest album, 'Revival'

Eminem has shared the music video for his track ‘River’ which features Ed Sheeran in an upsetting set of scenes depicting a fracturing relationship.

The track is from Em’s ninth solo album and was heavily anticipated after collaborations with the likes of Ed SheeranBeyonceKehlani and Alicia Keys were announced. The critical reception did not meet these expectations to say the least.


The music video begins with a couple of confessionals on relationships from Eminem and Ed Sheeran. Sheeran sighs: “If you don’t have the trust element, you’re fucked” whereas Eminem admits: “My personal life is not exactly a highlight reel”.

Later on, Ed Sheeran broodily performs in a seemingly empty car park while rain pours heavily down on him. Watch the full music video below.

Earlier today (February 14), it was revealed that Ed Sheeran has been asked to perform at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.

Following the ‘Shape of You’ singer previously showing interest in singing at the Royal Wedding this May, it appears the groom-to-be has now taken him up on his offer.

According to US Weekly, “Prince Harry has personally requested Ed perform at his wedding.”

Read more: Ed Sheeran’s new record will not be a pop album


Meanwhile, Eminem has hit out again at Donald Trump, arguing that both Hillary Clinton and “a fucking turd” would have made for a better President than the current US leader.

The Detroit rapper has been vocal in his criticism of Trump in recent months, saying that Trump doesn’t care about America and that he has “brainwashed” his supporters.


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