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On tonight’s Chance the Rapper-hosted episode of “Saturday Night Live,” Eminem took the stage to perform a medley that included his new song “Walk on Water,” as well as “Stan” and “Love the Way You Lie.” Although Em’s latest Rick Rubin-produced track features Beyoncé, Skylar Grey stood in for her (as well as Dido and Rihanna). Last weekend, he appeared at the 2017 MTV EMAs to play “Walk On Water.” Chance kicked off the episode with an original Thanksgiving song.
Eminem has recently been teasing the follow-up to 2013’s , which does not yet have a release date.
The best course of treatment for people with an intellectual disability is intervention from a young age and educational and social support.As of December 25, 2017, the video has over 50 million views and 1 million likes.On December 23, 2017, the music video for the song was released exclusively on Apple Music and Eminem's official Vevo channel.It also arrived at number 2 on the Digital Songs chart with 64,000 downloads and the Streaming Songs chart at number 15 with 18.3 million streams., and features Bey singing the hook, “I walk on water, but I ain’t no Jesus/ I walk on water, but only when it freezes.”Eminem then launches into a tirade about the pressures of fame, which includes the following lyric: Honestly shocked and appalled that @Beyonce agreed to record a song with @Eminem in which he refers to something he doesn’t like as “retarded”… — garbage mouth (@thebaeofallbaes) November 28, 2017 @Eminem I really need you to listen to this. https://t.co/gt Dq M3Ax Vd — Kelly Schiess (@Kelly_Schiess) November 19, 2017 The word “retard” is derived from the former diagnostic term “mental retardation,” now defined as “intellectual disability,” according to Margaret Nygren, the executive director and CEO of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.“The word ‘retard’ is a slur and used to describe people without dignity,” she tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
The song, produced by Rick Rubin and Skylar Grey, features vocals from American singer Beyoncé.