Eminem proudly shows off his hometown in his new video for "Detroit Vs. Everybody."
The song, which appears on Shady XV compilation album, features Big Sean, Danny Brown, Trick Trick and Royce Da 5'9", all of whom are also from the Motor City.
Several Detroit landmarks are also shown in the video, including Ford Field, the Monument to Joe Louis and Comerica Park.
Along with the video, Eminem also released limited Shady vs. Everybody New Era caps selling for $99. All the proceeds will support the rapper's Marshall Mathers Foundation, which funds organizations that work with at-risk youth throughout the U.S. According to ShadyRecords.com, Eminem's Detroit vs. Everybody brand "embodies the pride and unapologetic spirit of our beloved Detroit."
Watch the video below:
The 42-year-old rapper often expresses his love for Detroit through his lyrics and in interviews.
"Detroit is so resilient. People there, we have this kind of Detroit versus everybody mentality," Eminem told BBC’s Zane Lowe in November 2013. "I feel like the way that people look at us, they always count us out. I know that that attitude is displayed a lot in my music, but I think that that's where it comes from."