Walk On Water

Album: Revival (2017)
Charted: 7 14
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  • Eminem spoofed pharmaceutical ads in promoting his album Revival, setting up a website where Revival is a treatment for Atrox Rithimus (not a real condition). A video on the site is a pitch-perfect spoof of the many TV commercials for ailments you never knew existed ("Revival can help get, and keep that s--t under control").

    The first single from the album, "Walk On Water," was teased two days earlier on Eminem's Twitter account with this prescription for the song. On the track, Eminem makes references to Vicodin and Methadone, which nearly killed him when he got hooked in the mid-'00s.

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  • Meagan from LouisianaBasically what he is trying to say is that he is sorry for all the times he messed up and he is trying to makeup for it and i think he was trying to look for the right words to say that and he did that perfectly.
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