Eminem Apologizes to Mom in Emotional Mother’s Day Music Video

eminem-mom-headlights-videoGrab a tissue. Eminem dropped a touching music video on Mother’s Day to apologize to his mom, Debbie Mathers, for his hateful lyrics about her sprinkled throughout his past songs.

The video for “Headlights” is told in first-person via the eyes of Debbie Mathers. You’ll see security guards refuse to let her contact Eminem at his home. You’ll see her turn to drugs and alcohol to cope. You’ll see her look at old photos of Eminem a.k.a Marshall Mathers. But then, you’ll see the 41-year-old rapper forgive her — with a hug and letter.

In one verse, Eminem even says his mom is “still beautiful” despite their fights:

I went in headfirst / Never thinking about who what I said hurt, in what verse / My mom probably got it the worst / The brunt of it, but as stubborn as we are / Did I take it too far? / “Cleaning Out My Closet” and all them other songs / But regardless I don’t hate you ’cause, Ma, / You’re still beautiful to me, ’cause you’re my mom

Fun’s Nate Ruess lends his vocals on “Headlights.” Filmmaker Spike Lee and Eminem shot the emotional video in Detroit, where Eminem and Debbie’s tumultuous relationship began.

“It’s heartfelt — there’s some pain in it, but that’s life,” Lee said in a teaser.

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VIDEO: Limp Bizkit Is Back In Brand New Music Video ‘Ready To Go’ feat Lil Wayne

LimpDirected by Fred Durst himself, this brand new music video is a compilation of concert footage from Philadelphia and backstage antics from the band. It also contains scenes of boobalicious babes playing water games in the backyard. Ah yes, the rock star life. Young Money honcho Lil Wayne also makes a cameo spitting his rhymes behind a graffiti-stained skate park. Rate it?

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Kanye West’s American Psycho Inspired Short Film

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Kanye West delivers another provocative, offbeat promotion to his latest effort, Yeezus. Over the weekend, the rapper premiered his American Psycho-inspired short via a projection on the walls of Milk Studio in Los Angeles. While this initial news became shadowed under bigger ‘Ye-related stories — the birth of his newborn daughter and the leak of his highly anticipated album — now the high-definition version of the short has surfaced. Staring Scott Disick as Christian Bale in the film American Psycho and Kim Kardashian’s good friend as a co-star, the short shows Disick play a manic businessman who takes an axe to his friend over a dialog about Yeezus. Enjoy the enticing clip above and let us know your thoughts below.