With the release of the music video for his most recent single 'Headlights', Eminem - with the help of collaborator Nate Ruess - makes an apology to his mother for their very public feuding since the start of his career.
Released on Mother's Day in America, the Spike Lee directed video details the time they've spent apart because of their volatile personalities, the attempts each have made in the past to squash things and the future that Eminem hopes to spend loving Debbie Mathers, even if from afar.
It's Eminem's most personal release to-date, and is a far cry from the usual tracks we hear from him, laced in controversial lyrics and plagued by criticism from the get-go.
The track and film come after Debbie released an open letter to her son back in 2000, stating she did everything she could for him as a child, going without so he could have to the point of spoiling him and at times blaming herself - but also her son - for the way things turned out.
Now with both hopefully willing to put the past behind them, they should be able to get their relationship back on track and live a fraction of the family life they've probably always both wished for.
Eminem's 'Headlights' featuring Nate Ruess is out now, as part of The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
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