Eminem was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live Nov. 2 and performed singles off of the upcoming album The Marshall Mathers LP 2, which releases on Tuesday.
The rapper reportedly lip-synced Berzerk, which left plenty of people on social media calling him out for it. He was joined on stage by hip-hop legend Rick Rubin, who stood in the corner and DJ'ed the track. Eminem later returned to the stage to perform Survival, a built-for-arenas track featuring vocalist Liz Rodrigues on the chorus.
The Marshall Mathers LP 2 is Eminem's eighth studio album and his first since his 2010 Grammy-nominated album Recovery. He released the record's tracklist in late October. He previewed several singles from the record thus far, including Survival, Rap God, and his latest Rihanna collaboration, The Monster. Berzerk was released in late August and debuted at No. 3 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart.
Saturday marked Eminem's sixth time appearing on the comedy show.
The rapper first guest starred on SNL in 1999, where he performed Forgot About Dre along with Dr. Dre. A year later, he made a solo appearance and performed Stan and The Real Slim Shady. He hit the show's stage in 2002 for Without Me and in 2004, he rapped to Mosh and Just Lose It. He also appeared on the late-night comedy show for the fifth time in 2010 to perform No Love with Lil' Wayne and Won't Back Down.
Watch Eminem's SNL performances in the videos below.