Phony drug advert could position to new Eminem album named Revival

Phony drug advert could position to new Eminem album named Revival

A mysterious advert for a bogus drug known as Revival has sparked rumours that its element of a intricate marketing campaign for a new Eminem album.


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


The website jokingly statements "You need to examine the potential benefits and hazards of REVIVAL with your physician or clergyman.


"REVIVAL is a non-narcotic medication supposed for everyday use that can be taken with or without meals." adds: "Tell your physician about all overall health conditions, including if you: Have a heritage of confusion or very poor judgment."


But here is the largest hint certainly...


"With Revival, I won't waste my one particular shot," claims an actor in a limited movie on the website, which is a obvious reference to the hip hop star's Eight Mile classic Drop Yourself.


There is certainly definitely a lot for Em to rap about, dependent on his incendiary freestyle assault on the politics of US President Donald Trump previously this month.


His previous album was 2013’s The Marshall Mathers LP two.


On Tuesday, he was awarded a lot more than £300,000 by a New Zealand a political party who ripped off Get rid of Your self for an election advert, so we hope the, ahem, Revival drug firm have experienced the references cleared.