Faux drug ad could level to new Eminem album named Revival

Faux drug ad could level to new Eminem album named Revival

A mysterious advert for a fake drug called Revival has sparked rumours that its component of a intricate advertising marketing campaign for a new Eminem album.


The typeface for the drug's identify has the letter E backwards, a single of Em's signatures.


The website jokingly statements "You should go over the potential advantages and risks of REVIVAL with your medical doctor or clergyman.


"REVIVAL is Aashiqui -narcotic medication intended for everyday use that can be taken with or without foods."


It adds: "Explain to your doctor about all well being circumstances, such as if you: Have a historical past of confusion or inadequate judgment."


But here is the greatest trace surely...


"With Revival, I will not likely waste my a single shot," claims an actor in a limited film on the site, which is a distinct reference to the hip hop star's Eight Mile classic Shed Your self.


There's definitely a whole lot for Em to rap about, primarily based on his incendiary freestyle assault on the politics of US President Donald Trump earlier this thirty day period.


His last album was 2013’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2.


On Tuesday, he was awarded more than £300,000 by a New Zealand a political get together who ripped off Shed Oneself for an election advert, so we hope the, ahem, Revival drug organization have had the references cleared.