Eminem Drops “Tobey” Music Video Featuring Big Sean & BabyTron

Eminem is once again captivating audiences with his latest music video for “Tobey,” which features Big Sean and BabyTron. Released on Monday (July 8), the video takes fans back to his iconic Slim Shady era.

In the video, Eminem resurrects his chainsaw and hockey mask, reminiscent of his Anger Management Tour days in the early 2000s. Dressed as removal men, the three Detroit rappers interact with their duplicates in various locations, adding an intriguing twist to the storyline.

As the video progresses, Eminem delivers a powerful closing verse while sitting on the front porch of his childhood home, a symbolic gesture referencing the cover of The Marshall Mathers LP. In a chilling moment, he then proceeds to chop himself up with a chainsaw, symbolizing the death of his Slim Shady alter ego.

Directed by the talented Cole Bennett, who has collaborated with Eminem on previous projects, the music video for “Tobey” leaves a lasting impact. The visuals are a perfect complement to the raw emotion and intensity of Eminem’s lyrics, creating a truly immersive experience.

The Death of Slim Shady (Coup de Grâce), set to be released on Friday (July 12) via Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment, and Interscope Records, has generated significant buzz among fans. A leaked tracklist featuring collaborations with J. Cole, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, Black Thought, JID, Tech N9ne, and Royce Da 5’9″ has surfaced, although its authenticity remains unverified.